Mentoring One Another:
Thriving Spiritually in Academia
Mentoring One Another: Thriving Spiritually in Academia contains time tested, life-on-life studies for faculty, graduate students and other postgraduate academics. This study is especially designed to equip professors to meet the challenges of thriving spiritually in the very place where God has called them-today’s highly secular university.
Here are time tested, life-on-life studies for faculty, graduate students and other academics. This spiral-bound study is especially designed to equip professors to meet the challenges of thriving spiritually in the place where God has called them: today’s highly secular university. It includes real life illustrations, applications and resources relevant to the academy, gathered from the author’s three decades of ministry among faculty.
These eight chapters combine topical Bible studies with readings and excerpts from respected Christian scholars. Together, they encourage academics at all levels to emulate Jesus Christ, as their minds are being renewed by his Word.
The breadth and depth of each chapter can be tailored to any maturity level—from grounding new believers to building fruitful disciples of Jesus among those who’ve known Him for decades. Whether your desire is to mentor or to be mentored spiritually, this should be a valuable resource and guide.
A free “Mentor’s Guide” PDF with FAQs can be ordered from email@example.com.
About the author
Dave DeHuff has been on full-time staff with Cru for over 50 years and currently serves with Faculty Commons, a division of Cru, since 1990 at the University of Pennsylvania and other regional campuses. He earned an M.A. in Biblical Studies and has been privileged to mentor over fifty individuals life-on-life, in a prototype of this study. Dave also served as a Forum Advisor for Veritas Forums at Penn for 20 years and has coordinated numerous speaking tours for Christian faculty in Oxford, London and Bulgaria. His B.S. was in Biology/Environmental Science from Virginia Tech, where he often returned to organize and coach a faculty fellowship group.