Acts 16:1-5 and I Timothy 5: 1-16. Document in 250 words or less the insight you gain from these passages concerning approaches to mentorship,
Paul took Silas and went through Syria and Cilicia. Paul traveled to Lyaconia where he met Timothy, who was a believer (16:1). Paul is spoken highly of (16:2). There is a strong emphasis on mentorship as Paul has Timothy circumcised so that he could be acceptable to the Jews, and conduct a ministry among them (16:3). As they traveled from city to city, they mentored others in the ways of the apostles and the decisions they had made in Jerusalem (16:4). Finally, based on their teachings and ministry, the church under Timothy and Paul grew in faith (16:5).
The mentorship narrative in Timothy 5 has to do with the responsibility to help others. For example, believers are to have respect for the elderly, "Do not rebuke the older man but appeal to him as a father" (5:1); treat women as sisters (5:2); and respect younger women with ...
This solution discusses the theme of mentoring in Acts 1: 1-5, and 1Timothy 4:1-16.