Our Mentoring Groups, also known as Titus2/Forge, are designed to make it for people to invest in the lives of others through a mentoring relationship. Our goal is to equip, encourage, and empower you along the mentoring journey. We exist to help generations journey together through intentional relationships focused on Him, calling men and women to a higher vision, a more abundant life, and a deeper relationship with Christ.

Some of the topics covered during this 12 month mentoring program are:

  • Intimacy with God
  • Prayer
  • Identity in Christ
  • Personalities
  • Gratitude, Peace, and Contentment
  • Stewardship: Finances and Time
  • Purpose and Priorities
  • The Bible
  • Godly Character
  • Sexual Integrity
  • Relationships and Dating
  • Growing through Difficulties
  • Marriage
  • Intimacy in Marriage

The commitments involve:

  • A 3 hour Monthly meeting for 12 months (calendar will be set at the first meeting)
  • Monthly assignments which include reading a book, memorizing scripture, and marriage exercises (if applicable) to encourage communication with your spouse
  • Mandatory Weekend retreat in September or October
  • You will be responsible for paying for your own books (approx. $10/mo.)(Mentor will order them)

If you are interested in participating  in this program fill out the application below!

Applications are due by July 12, 2020. Program kicks off in August.

Handbook & Welcome Packet

•    The parent must complete the necessary registration forms and pay a non-refundable Annual materials fee. This covers registration fees, book, and materials for class.

•    The parent must provide the center with a pre-school/child immunization certificate, or Blue Slip. This is to be kept updated, if it is not, the center will send out a notice stating that the required immunizations are out dated. The form can be obtained through the health department or your pediatrician.

•    The parent will receive a copy of the policies and procedures and will go over them thoroughly. The parent will sign the Parental Agreement form which indicates policies and procedures and agreed upon fees.

•    All enrollment forms, including a Schedule Information Form, must be completed by the parent and returned to the center by the first day of attendance.

•    Parents of children with special needs or handicaps must inform the director of the child’s condition(s) prior to enrollment so it can be determined if the center can adequately meet the needs of the child. This is necessary for the well being of the child.