Serving Millennials on the Journey Toward Significant Life
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The Christian church overflows with a desire for intergenerational relationships, especially Millennials who long for mentors to provide guidance in navigating life. Unfortunately, few Millennials actually find a mentor and many find their existing mentor relationship lacking.

How to Find and Thrive With a Mentor shares the steps needed to not only find a mentor, but to allow the relationship to flourish into a bond that honors God and draws you closer to a God designed life.

Pick up a copy of the book on Amazon for less than $2.

If you don’t have a Kindle, don’t worry, you can read Kindle books on your PC or your Mac.

Check out this valuable resource for both potential mentees and mentors. Great for church leaders and church groups looking to develop stronger relationships.


“I was recently challenging a group of young and old with the importance of mentorship. Frustrated, a woman in her late 20’s came to me saying she had prayed for 10 years that God would bring her a mentor. I wish the conversation would have happened a few weeks later, because that’s when this little nugget of wisdom fell into my hands. Thank you, Tyler for your practical, logical, and Godly call to helping people engage and bridge the generation gap through mentorship.”
-Joy Eggerichs, Director and Creator of Love and Respect Now

“Everyone needs a mentor, but few actually have one. Most people, I’ve found, simply don’t know what a mentor is or how to get one. My friend, Tyler Braun, takes the guesswork out of the process in this short, helpful eBook. Read it over and over again.”
-Jeff Goins, Author of Wrecked: When a Broken World Slams into Your Comfortable Life

“Honest, insightful, and practical, this short book can save young leaders, and anyone really, years of frustration.”
-Ed Cyzewski, co-author of Hazardous: Committing to the Cost of Following Jesus and author of Coffeehouse Theology

“Tyler is onto something. Mentoring. It’s not a new subject. It’s as old as the Old Testament stories we love. Abraham mentored Lot. Jethro mentored Moses. Eli mentored Samuel. Mentoring is so needed today, yet few take advantage of it. It changed my life. Tyler’s too. Let this short read encourage you to grow exponentially in your walk with Christ through the power of mentoring.”
-Ron Edmondson, Pastor, leadership consultant, and blogger

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