Asking this question is a wonderful sign of God moving and stirring your heart with the desire for something every person would benefit from.
A “mentoring” role requires time, connection, conversation, and being together on a level that neither John, Stasi, nor the team can offer alongside the other roles God has commissioned them to fulfill.
Morgan on our team has devoted the last two decades to rediscovering the narrow path to Life with the help of wise guides (75 in two years!). His blog/podcast, Become Good Soil, is one you might want to adopt as a regular source of soul-strengthening, as well as his book, Becoming a King. The spirit of ALL Morgan offers through Become Good Soil is discipleship one level removed, to a fellowship of like-hearted kings. Dive into the content of the blog and podcast and go through it slowly, over time. Here's one to start with: In Search of a Father.
And here's a podcast with Morgan and our And Sons team (Sam and Blaine Eldredge): Mentoring and What You're Actually Asking For. Really, all of what And Sons offers might be another place to turn for regular guidance, so we hope you'll check it out.
Aside from all our books and audio resources, the most mentorship we can offer is through our men’s and women’s retreats. Please see our Events page for details on when and where the next one is.
We also recommend Richard Foster's Celebration of Discipline and Dallas Willard's Spirit of the Disciplines—excellent teachings on discipleship that have deeply formed the teaching at Wild at Heart.
Our prayer is that Christ would bring to your life the like-hearted friend you seek.
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