What the New York Times illustrates about the hard work of mentoring.
The practice of creating a self-portrait inspires Chris to reflect that we are all works in progress.
Over the next few weeks, some of the Braid mentor teams are going through some big transitions. One team is saying farewell to one of its original members, who is…
People have a fundamental need to share our stories in community, and the unique ability to affirm others by being willing to listen.
The story of Jesus being tempted in the wilderness sounds a lot like the stories of many foster youth.
Sometimes it feels as though our work with our youth or the foster system is similar to climbing a mountain.
On the list of the qualities a Braid mentor should strive to possess, stubbornness is one of the most important.
Chris describes a near-miss and the importance of tending to our own foundations.
How do we make sure we are feeling restored and most like ourselves in the tough work of mentoring?