Why Partner with MentorLink?

We do together what no one of us can do alone…

Creation and redemption flow from the mysterious partnership of the Triune God. From ancient times, God invited faithful men and women to join with the Trinity to accomplish His Kingdom work.

All of His partnerships were unique: some involved a single person, others entire nations; at times His instrument was a mighty king or scholar, other times it was a migrant farm worker or odd desert hermit.

The Lord deliberately set a pattern before us to emulate – joining together with others so that what is accomplished is exceedingly more than we could ever ask or think or do alone.

Following God’s lead, MentorLink began as a conversation with other ministries in casting a vision and continues as we share resources of gifted individuals and leader networks. This cooperative DNA has taken us to multiple continents and, we believe, it will take us to the ends of the earth.

Numerous ministries speak about spiritual reproduction through transformation and character development. But how many really make it the focal point of what they do? MentorLink International does just that—as a unique band of genuine, authentic men and women who model Christ-like character and give their lives to reproduce the same.

Phil Arendt

Partners International

MentorLink and Partners International has worked in a partnership equipping leaders of local missions, pastors and church planters in West Africa for two years. Today we can observe some tangible change and a beginning of a mentoring germ from different countries…I would like to thank God for starting opening West Africa leaders’ and pastors’ eyes to see the value of mentoring. May the Lord keep moving in the region so this mentoring process covers the whole region for his glory.

Rene Mbongo

Former West Africa Director, Partners International

The most attractive aspect of MentorLink’s vision is its strong emphasis on spirituality, a genuine heart to serve, befriend, support and encourage other people to walk more closely with the Lord, in His terms rather than ours.

Gina Bulica