Guest testimonial by Jessica and Dustin Orner for Tuesday@10:10 blog post
Before mentoring, my husband and I felt like we had a strong relationship. We came from similar backgrounds and had a solid foundation to build on.
We chose to pursue mentoring because we wanted to invest in our marriage and make it the best it could be. Mentoring has been a positive experience for us. We learned many valuable things, but the two that stand out are that it has given us a spirit of self-awareness and an openness to communicate.
We have learned how to identify our part in a conflict or disagreement and how to voice our concerns in a constructive way. We've also learned how to communicate the good, the bad, and the ugly.
There is a definite peace that comes with knowing that no matter how difficult the subject matter, nothing is off limits when it comes to communicating.
Renewal mentoring by Rex and Becki Robinson
"We chose to pursue mentoring because we wanted to invest in our marriage and make it the best it could be.
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Main author is Lavern Nissley, Executive Director of MRCMV. Guest authors will be included in posts from time to time.