The Mentor Handbook
by Dr. J. Robert Clinton
This self-study manual (pdf file) is ideal for small groups or individual study. It describes the nine types of mentoring influences in detail in terms of the five major mentoring dynamics (attraction, relationship, responsiveness, accountability, empowerment).
Mentoring is an informal training model, which can fit well in parachurch and church organizations to help other individuals develop. Nine types of Mentors: Discipling, spiritual guidance, coaching, counseling, teaching, sponsoring, contemporary modeling, historical modeling, and divine contacts) This detailed manual supplements in comprehensive detail the book Connecting done by Clinton and Stanley.
Hard Copies of this resource can be obtained through the Fuller Seminary Bookstore: