Mentoring A Returning Citizen

This module provides training resources to help church leaders prepare their members to mentor people returning to the community from incarceration. Mentoring returning citizens can be an effective way for a Christian to put faith into words and actions. Mentors benefit from the process as well as the people they help!

Although individuals can work through these materials privately, the training works best when a participant can work on activities with other students. Recruit a group to take the training together, or contact WELS Prison Ministry to join a group training when it is offered online.

Resources include:

  • Course Manual (Introduction and 7 lessons)
  • Instructional videos for each lesson.
  • README course instructions and notes

Mentoring Returning Citizens - Course Manual

Individual file downloads:

FileAction
Read Me/NotesDownload
Mentoring a Returning Citizen - participant workbookDownload
Mentoring a Returning Citizen - facilitator's guideDownload

Download the entire file package:

Download 3.22 MB

Mentoring Returning Citizens - Instructional Videos

FileAction
Introduction to Mentoring Returning Citizens courseDownload
Lesson 1 - Learn About the Mentee in a General WayDownload
Lesson 2 - Converse and ListenDownload
Lesson 3 - Build a Relationship with the Mentee, Yourself, and GodDownload
Lesson 4 - Build an Action Plan You Both Agree OnDownload
Lesson 5 - Run Recurring Meetings with the MenteeDownload
Lesson 5 - Mentor/Mentee Role Play ExampleDownload
Lesson 6 - Holding the Mentee and Mentor Relationship AccountableDownload
Lesson 7 - How to Assess Your Fit for This Type of MinistryDownload
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