Some Goals of Biblical Mentoring:
To fear God and make wise decisions based on the principles of truth in the Bible as guided by the Spirit of Truth. Our decisions have consequences (good or bad). Biblical truths help us make good decisions.
2 Timothy 3:17 – “that the servant of God may be thoroughly equipped for every good work.”
For our sanctification, that is, our spiritual growth and maturity in Biblical character.
To know Christ and make Him known – to know God, His goodness, love, holiness, sovereignty, justice, faithfulness.
To trust God as The Promise Keeper and to put His Word in our memory and heart.
For encouraging and “equipping God’s people for works of service” – Ephesians 4:11-13.
Ultimately, for the praise of the Glory of God.