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You can apply any day of the year. Once we receive your application we'll start the process of matching you with a Mentee/Mentor.


Two are better than one, because they have a good return for their work;
If one falls down, his friend can help him up.
But pity the man who falls and has no one to help him up!
A cord of three strands is not quickly broken. 
Ecclesiastes 4:9-10, 12b

Our mission is for women to grow closer to Jesus Christ by connecting and coming alongside each other. We seek to do this as Christ-followers (mentors) who focus on intentional mentoring relationships with other women (mentees) that challenge, inspire, and encourage them in their walk with the Lord.



We hope to accomplish this by:

·  Growing in our love and knowledge of Jesus Christ

·  Growing in our love for one another

·  Establishing a place of community and connection

·  Being transformed into the likeness of Jesus Christ

·  Multiplying in order to reach more

What does it mean to HAVE a mentor? What is expected of me?

Definition of a Mentee
Someone who is willing to be taught, supported and discipled by a mentor to grow better together in Christ.


 Expectations of a Mentee

  • Meet with your mentor regularly depending on what is mutually decided
  • Be authentic and real with each other
  • Remain FAT - Faithful, Available, Teachable
  • Understand that your mentor isn’t perfect and may not have all the answers to your questions
  • If unable to keep commitment, let mentor know right away
  • Keep confidentiality as a priority
  • Respect the boundaries of your mentor (ask her when to call, how often to call, can I text, etc.)

Yes! I'm interested in having a mentor!

 What does it mean to BE a mentor? Requirements & Expectations

Definition of a Mentor
A mentor is someone who walks alongside another to grow better together in Christ



  • A personal relationship with Jesus Christ
  • Committed to know the Word of God and living it out
  • A regular attender of PCC
  • Agree with PCC’s Mission and Statement of Faith
  • If married, husband is supportive of your participation in this ministry
  • Dedicated to follow through on your commitment to this ministry



  • Meet with your mentee regularly depending on what is mutually decided
  • Attend monthly mentor training for the purpose of: equipping, supporting, and encouraging you as mentors; answering your questions; helping to resolve issues that may arise; praying for you
  • Submit to leadership of Mentor Team and Women’s Ministry Director
  • Remain FAT - Faithful, Available, Teachable
  • Be authentic and real with your mentee
  • Keep confidentiality as a priority
  • Remember: you don’t have to be perfect and have all the answers
  • If you have any concerns with your mentee or your commitment, please let mentor team know right away
  • Consistently pray for your mentee
  • Multiply by helping mentees becoming mentors

Yes! I'm interested in being a mentor!

February 2017 - "Prayer Guidelines (Click HERE to see and/or print)
March 2017 - "Lenten Thoughts" (Click HERE to see and/or print)
April 2017 - "Sowing Seeds" (Click HERE to see and/or print)
May 2017 - "Staying Connected" (Click HERE to see and/or print)

Evaluation Forms - (Click HERE to print out the form)

Questions? Contact one of the Better Together leadership team members:

Julie Courtney - 612-759-3200 
Tina Hanscome - 612-414-7772 
Sandy Hatz 612-483-3539 

or Darlene Leinberger, Women's Ministry Director at 

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