Mentoring the Next Generation
Why do we lack the leaders with the character and skill needed in our homes, communities, businesses, churches and nation? Our present leaders must invest in future leaders. Do you want to make a lasting impact? Invest your time as a mentor. More...
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Why do we lack the leaders with the character and skill needed in our homes, communities, businesses, churches and nation? Our present leaders must invest in future leaders. Do you want to make a lasting impact? Invest your time as a mentor. Mentoring is a stewardship of your life experience which you entrust to the next generation. As a mentor you provide "a brain to pick, a shoulder to cry on and a kick in the pants." Encourage your protege to be the person whom God created and called. Make a lasting difference in the lives of others. Dr. Mason is the Senior Pastor of Faith Baptist Church in Clifton Park, New York. He is a graduate of Wheaton College and Graduate School (B.A. and M.A.), Dallas Theological Seminary (Th.M.), and Denver Seminary (D. Min.). He is an Assistant Professor at Liberty University and an Adjunct Professor at Davis College. His passion is to prepare the next generation of leaders for the challenges of contemporary culture. In his philosophy and ethics courses he helps young people develop, defend and live out a biblical worldview. He and his wife, Rhonda, have two children and four grandchildren. Dr. Pedrone is the ninth president of the historic Davis College in the Greater Binghamton, New York area. A veteran of more than forty years in ministry and a sought after speaker around the world, he is the author of more than twenty books and booklets. His insightful teaching is heard on various radio programs. Dr. Pedrone is dedicated to training men and women in the ministry. He is the recipient of the Israel Film Festival Humanitarian Award, an honorary member of Delta Epsilon Chi, and numerous other awards. He and his wife, Bobbi, live in the Greater Binghamton area. They have four children and three grandchildren.