Do you wish you had someone to walk alongside you to help you navigate through life? If so, be encouraged because you are not alone. I know exactly how you feel and so do so many other people.

Many people think they have to live life alone. They buy into the lie the world sells them. Statements like: “No one really cares. People are too busy for you.”

Here’s the good news! The world is wrong!

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There are people who care and want to become a part of your life because you have potential and God has a plan for you.

It is my passion to spark a mentoring movement and see how it changes lives with authentic face-to-face relationships.

I received my first mentor when I was 18 years old and I still have mentors in my life today.

“A friend loves at all times.” Proverbs 17:17

I love it when one of my mentors shares her life stories. Stories are powerful. She helps me see how God is working in my life, especially when I can’t see through my pain or sadness. Sure, it’s hard to reveal my weaknesses and drop my guard, but I know God does not intend for me to live life alone.

Now I spend my days sharing my time with others and after 35 years of mentoring women locally and across the country, I’m even more passionate about spreading the mentoring message.

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Meet my friend, Lindey, in today’s Interview Video. Her mentor pursued her a single millennial growing in her faith. Here, Lindey shares how her mentor brought hope and encouragement into her life.


Lindey's Mentoring Story

Watch Lindey’s Story


Highlights from this week’s Mentoring Interview with Lindey:

  • Your mentor could be right in front of you.
  • Having a mentor helps you stay on track and moving in the right direction.
  • A mentor is your encourager and gives you hope.
  • If you are struggling with loneliness or spiritual discernment, a mentor will guide you.

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Author Jayme Hull

Jayme Hull is a dynamic speaker and passionate mentor who motivates audiences to invest in others through mentoring. Shaped by countless mentors over the past, Jayme now has the privilege of mentoring millenial women for the past thirty-five years. As a Church Mentoring Consultant she trains Church leaders how to successfully produce mentor programs.

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