Early in my life, I was raised without much instruction as to how to do things. Living was hard and took a lot of effort on the part of my parents, to earn a living for the family. Later, in my life, my future father-in-law provided a lot of instruction in how to do things. I learned a great deal in his crowded garage, where we spent many hours working together on many projects.
When I became a Christian, my mentors were men that I would watch and try to learn from their behavior and lifestyle. But there was no one to sit with me and tell me what was needed to live a life for Jesus. Continue reading