Some examples of good mentoring, based on the example of the apostle Paul.
Since each of us is unique, a change in leadership doesn't have to result in continued uniformity.
When you say someone is an "old friend", do you mean that they have been your friend for a long time, or that they are advanced in years?
I had the opportunity to serve as an elder. Here's some of what I learned.
Since we only get a certain amount of capacity to invest in others, how can we divide up that capacity fairly and make the most - and best - impact?
If you feel that you have reached manhood, are you willing to pass along to others what you have learned?