By John Maust, MAI President One of our old family videos shows daughter Michelle, then age 4, perched on the steps of a swimming pool, water wings on her arms. Only her feet dangle in the water. “Michelle, come out and join us,” her Grandpa urges from the middle of the pool. Michelle shakes her head.
By Richard Crespo Many years ago I read an article about mentoring called, “Coaching Without a Paddle.” The author used the analogy of floating in a canoe without a paddle to describe the mentoring process of not being able to control the outcome. As a new convert, the Apostle Paul was mentored by a more
We are pleased to offer you this exclusive interview with Martin Manser, author of the new book, Effective Training in a Week. Q: Tell us about the different learning styles you’ve encountered when training writers or others. The main different learning styles I’ve encountered when training are the following: Visual – those who like to see information in the written word, pictures, videos or
By Stephen Bryant Many of us associated with MAI are working to cultivate writers. Our goal at Discipleship Resources International of the United Methodists is to expand the faith community’s access to affordable, contextually appropriate Christian resources by building local capacity to write and publish them. One of the most important things we can do
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