Be a Changemaker

Mentor a Mom

What is a Titus 2 Mentor?

Because building healthy, intentional relationships are the primary focus of The MOMentum Network, we're looking for women who will come alongside single moms in college to help them know that they don't have to walk alone.

As a Christian organization, we believe that the church (as individuals-not just corporately) has an opportunity to share Christ's love in a way that changes two generations & makes an eternal impact through mentoring a mom. The Bible talks about this type of relationship in Titus 2. Because we believe an empowerment, both moms & mentors benefit greatly when engaged in Titus 2 mentorship relationships.

What it takes

No ministry or single mom experience is required. Professional women, including homemakers, who have navigated through life's challenges with a desire to help the next generation are encouraged to apply. No perfect people allowed! You will gain the skills you need to succeed as we faithfully walk through training together.

Mentors will commit to a devoting approximately 4 hours a month from January 23-May 7th: Orientation, Training, Weekly check-in & Monthly meeting & End of Year Celebration.

  • Weekly check-ins usually last half an hour and can be conducted via phone/video conference or in person arranged between moms & mentors at your convenience.
  • Attending at least 1 Together Tuesday night meeting monthly from 6-8pm Februrary, March & April.
  • Attend end of year celebration slated for May 7, 2024.

Mentors will primarily serve as active listeners and walk moms through a weekly PEP talk with an easy online form. PEP stands for Progress/Encouragement/Priorities. No financial contribution is required (direct financial contributions prohibited--we are focusing on transformational vs. transactional relationships).

Additional opportunities to mentor informally or advise less frequently also available. Non-faith-based opportunities also available.

"Going to college while juggling work & a baby was overwhelming. Having someone to help me prioritize and create strategies help me move from barely surving to thriving."

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