Mentoring

Just as we receive salvation out of God’s love and grace, we now allow the Gospel to shape our living and grow to be disciples.

Mentoring in Hope Singapore is an intentional discipleship relationship, centred on the Gospel, between a mentor and a mentee. Through mutual commitment, mentors walk alongside mentees, set an example, and spur them to obey God in challenging life circumstances. Through mentoring, believers grow to become disciples who commit to love and worship God, live in holiness for God’s glory until the end of their lives, and fulfil the Great Commission by making new disciples.

Finding a Mentor

The goal of mentoring is to grow disciples who commit to love and worship God, live in holiness for God’s glory until the end of their lives, and fulfil the Great Commission by making new disciples. Hope Singapore commits to provide a mentor for every member that desires for one. Members are encouraged to seek for a mentor and be a mentor to others to support their growth to be a disciple. 

Write in to discipleship@hopesingapore.org.sg to find out more about how you can find a mentor or become a mentor.

A Mentoring Story

Pastor Daniel Tan, 47 years old East Region
In a mentor-mentee relationship, most people would think that the mentee would be the one who would be blessed while the mentor is usually the one who would give. In my mentoring journey with Joseph, I have been blessed many times as I witnessed how God constantly works through his life to draw him closer to Him.
As I walked through with Joseph to seek God’s will for himself, it is so fulfilling to see him having breakthrough in areas of forgiveness and surrendering to God. He is also accountable and would also initiate meet ups; mentoring him has been such a joy for me!
Joseph Choo, 30 years old East Region
It has been such a great blessing and honour to have Pastor Daniel to teach, counsel, motivate, coach, lead and advise me within the context of a mentorship. His hindsight, his experiences is my foresight.
The blessings does not limit to just learning. Sometimes I have the tendency to be a Lone Ranger Christian – work long hours and fight my battles alone. Having someone I can share life and my problems with, has gotten me through the downs of life and provided stability in times of need. I am very blessed and thankful to have a mentor.