THE MENTORING ALLIANCE
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Here’s what I think about families today: We’re good at sharing information with our kids, but terrible at helping them see Jesus. We pass along facts with the hope that they’ll inspire passion. But this never happens, nor was it ever intended to.
“Remind your kids early and often that you love them and that you’re proud of them – not because of what they do, but because of who they are.”
Get to Know Kevin
Kevin is the President of The Mentoring Alliance, a ministry dedicated to mobilizing godly people into the lives of kids and families, to provide tangible help and eternal hope. He and his wife, Stephanie have 5 kids. Out of a deep desire to care for the fatherless, they continue to foster and mentor other kids as well.
"There are three common aspects of effective ministries: Who they hire, how they train who they hire, and what they expect of who they hire."
"God wants us to live our lives and equip our children's lives with the sheer power of His grace. When we have allowed God's grace to permeate our hearts, it's impossible to contain its impact."
-Dr. Tim Kimmel, Raising Kids for True Greatness: Redefine Success for You and Your Child
"Mentoring is not just about showing charity and sympathy to troubled kids. Mentoring calls people to live incarnation ally and requires people who are willing to sacrifice something to become the hands and feet of Jesus."
-Dr. John Sowers,Fatherless Generation: Redeeming the Story
"The Gospel of Jesus Christ is the very thing our world so desperately needs. And the infusion of the Gospel in our organizations is what we most need to protect."
-Peter Greer, Mission Drift: The Unspoken Crisis Facing Leaders, Charities, and Churches
"As you become rightly related to God, by His grace, He will lead you in modeling the spiritual life, and in training your children how to live happy, free, fruitful lives."
-Jeff VanVonderen, Families Where Grace is in Place: Building a Home Free of Manipulation, Legalism, and Shame
"Adoption is not just about couples who want children - or who want more children. Adoption is about an entire culture within our churches, a culture that sees adoption as part of our Great Commission mandate and as a sign of the Gospel itself."
-Russel D. Moore, Adopted for Life: The Priority of Adoption for Christian Families & Churches
"The question for us as individual Christians and as Christ's body is: Will we settle for a safe, comfortable religion or will we use these resources for the good of the world and the glory of Christ?"
-Tony Merida & Rick Morton, Orphanology: Awakening to Gospel-Centered Adoption and Orphan Care