Scripture is filled with examples of mentoring relationships. Elijah and Elisha, Barnabas and Paul, Paul and Timothy are great examples of one-on-one lifestyle mentor-ship. These mentors poured into the lives of younger men who they saw had potential to do great things for God. And as we can see, their investments did not return void. Likewise, Jesus himself was a mentor, but instead of investing in one individual at a time, He gathered around him a small group of men. It was with this group that the entire world was changed. If the history of God's people shows evidence of mentoring, we believe that the future of God's people should have them as well. REAL Women Ministries primarily exists to help women develop strong, healthy relationships, be encouraged, be authentic, and learn to love well. What better way to do this than through mentoring?