Introduction: It Takes a Child to Raise a Village.
Part One: Facing Reality.
Chapter 1 Identity: “I Am Not Cool”.
Chapter 2 Culture: “I Don’t Get It”.
Chapter 3 Ministry: “I Am Not Relevant”.
Part Two: Cultivating Spirituality.
Chapter 4 Vision: Seeing Beyond Ourselves.
Chapter 5 Wisdom: Knowing Beyond Our Information.
Chapter 6 Relationship: Befriending Beyond Our Peers.
Part Three: Experiencing Practicality.
Chapter 7 Evangelism: Learning from Outsiders.
Chapter 8 Communication: Learning from Listeners.
Chapter 9 Leadership: Learning from Followers.
Part Four: Developing Reciprocity.
Chapter 10 Protégés: Developing R-Mentoring Relationships.
Chapter 11 Processes: Embedding R-Mentoring in Organizations.
Chapter 12 Interview: Joel and Rachel Mentor Earl and Janet.
Epilogue I Was So Much Older Then; I’m Younger Than That Now.
About the Author.
"I enjoyed reading Earl Creps’ Off Road Disciplines, but I was enthralled by Reverse Mentoring….Through these extremely personal and detailed stories Creps gives the reader a window into the emerging world with all of its new language, technology, music, and quirkiness." –Easum-Bandy