An examination of mentoring programs for serving the needs of the postmodern Christian woman
Barbara Ann Neumann
The Christian church has historically valued mentoring relationships and the part they play in developing the faith of the next generation. Many of these traditional mentoring programs, though effective in the past, no longer meet the needs of young women. This qualitative research project focused on selected postmodern women and explored the manner in which their unique worldview shapes their mentoring preferences. The study found that the opportunity to choose the mentor, flexibility in schedule, and interaction built around shared life experiences are necessary elements for meeting the needs of the postmodern woman.
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