made to mentor

MENTORSHIP PROGRAM

 

Healthy mentors * Healthy families * healthy community * Healthy Ministry.

At IAD Ministries offers mentors who care about you and wants the best for you. They know that the most important thing in life is to have a personal relationship with Christ, so they encourage you to invest in this relationship. As a result, you can grow spiritually and become mature in your faith. We handle successful mentoring relationships that go through four phases: preparation, negotiating, enabling growth, and closure. These sequential phases build on each other and vary in length.

Our Core Values: C.R.E.AT.I.V.E.

  • Christ-Centered

  • Relationally-Based

  • Exciting

  • Age-Appropriate

  • Teaching is Relevant

  • Applicable Intentional Discipleship

  • Vibrant Prayer

  • Excellence

In our local community and across 10 additional states we have created a grassroots program with our local youth through mentorship, volunteer programs and accountability such as encouraging and guiding through the process to complete high school and graduate, proper identification, to include preparing for their written and driver’s license test. IADM consistently collaborate directly with Job Corps counselors in more than 10 states, working with recruits in more the 4 counties within Texas alone. Combined, we have 15-20 male and female, some high risk, young adult population that are attending and completing the program. We support through continual mentorship, communication and graduation of the program.  IADM believes every child and young adult should be given an opportunity. Through trauma, rejection, guilt and abuse many of these young adults/aging out foster kids are broken mentally from family and/or friends. We work to build their trust as they extend their arms to meet us with hope.

 

In addition, IADM virtually mentors young men ages 15-18, from Texas Juvenile Justice Department/ Ayres Halfway House in San Antonio, Texas. We assist single parenting, childcare, anger management, goal setting to include process thinking while researching additional resources that could help them for their success.

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