As the conference prompts delegates to consider their next steps in ministry, a ministry worker or theological college student will be set aside to mentor them through the questions, hurdles and opportunities ahead. Delegates will be allocated to meet with their mentor in one of three time slots over the weekend, during which the mentor will assist them in their thinking and decision-making. Mentors will be an objective sounding board, able to offer insights from a few years down the ministry track.

Who gets mentored?

If you register as a 'delegate' (Men and women who want to be mission minded and who are working out how to serve Jesus Christ with their whole lives in light of the gospel, including whether to take steps for full time paid ministry or not) then you will be allocated a 1.5 hour slot to spend with a mentor during the conference.
Your mentoring session will be allocated within these 3 time slots:

  • Saturday 2pm - 3.30pm
  • Saturday 4pm - 5.30pm
  • Sunday 2pm - 3.30pm
  • Sunday 4pm - 5.30pm

Who will the mentors be?

Mentors will be made up of Ministry Workers, MTS Trainers and theological college students attending the conference. They are usually full-time ministry workers in a church, university or ministry setting.

When will I find out who is mentoring me?

As we can't start allocating delegates with mentors until majority of the registrations are in, we can not guarantee that you will find out who will be mentoring you or who you are mentoring until the conference weekend.