The Power of One-on-One Paperback
Discovering the Joy and Satisfaction of Mentoring Others
by Frank Martin; Jim Stump;
A Bird's Eye View
A successful mentor of students Stanford University shares 12 practical keys to cultivating life-changing relationships
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The Power of One-on-One
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For more than forty years, Jim Stump could be found sitting in a café on the Stanford University campus chatting with some of the most talented athletes in the world, walking with them, getting to know them, sharing his life with them, and loving them.
With engaging personal stories of the famous athletes he has mentored, along with examples from the life of Jesus, Jim Stump shows how to develop rich mentoring relationships with the people in our lives.
Jim answers the question so many of us have--"How can I help to bring my friends to faith?"--by providing simple steps toward developing those relationships, living life authentically, and sharing faith with those we care about.
A successful mentor of student athletes at Stanford University shares 12 practical keys to cultivating life-changing relationships that draw people to Jesus. Includes stories of the faith journeys of well-known athletes.
Pastors, youth pastors, small group leaders, and individual believers will find The Power of One-on-One inspirational, encouraging, and practical.
The Power of One-on-One by Frank Martin; Jim Stump was published by Baker in March 2014 and is our 53853rd best seller. The ISBN for The Power of One-on-One is 9780801015847.
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|Page last updated||6th December 2016|
|Author / Artist||Frank Martin; Jim Stump|
|Book Format||Paperback / softback|
|Publisher||Baker (March 2014)|
|Number of Pages||187|