Sunday, December 25, 2016

Frustrated Ryan

"Ryan's face was contorted with rage. He looked at the classroom board. Finally, his eyes were fixed his Maths teacher Mr. Theo who was rigorously teaching Trigonometry. The students of class 9A were so keen in jotting down the points. Everyone was listening intently except Ryan. He hated his maths teacher Mr. Theo from the core of his heart. His presence in the class made him sick. He didn't want to hear Mr. Theo's voice. Ryan's mind was screaming at him for revenge. Ryan’s dad punished him by grounding him forever. It’s all because of Mr. Theo." narrates Sis. Esther Dara in this story in The CALL.

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Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Parental Mentoring of Children

“Some time back I had an opportunity to witness and try out pottery making...
In pottery, the thumb finger plays a major role in changing the shape of the pot. I realized that the thumb finger is the mentor, whom God gives in our life. When God is moulding our children, keeping a shape in mind, we are like the thumb finger in His hand helping them to come out in the expected shape. Just like the thumb finger has the power to change the shape of the pot, we as mentors, have the power to change the shape of our children.
Mentoring our children and helping them to become a person that God wants, is a herculean task. God has entrusted this great responsibility in our hands as parents, trusting that we will do it sincerely and faithfully.” writes Sis. Sheela Duthie (Secretary to the Executive Director) in this article in The CALL.

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Thursday, December 15, 2016

Proven Gold

‘Proven Gold’ in the Calltoon column of the 'Mentoring Special' issue of The CALL is a treat for children and teens. It is an interesting and inspiring story of Betty, written and cartooned by Sis. Angeline Mariyosh (Headmistress, GEMS English School-Sikaria).

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Saturday, December 10, 2016

Why We Do Not Mentor?

“The world at present experiences a dearth of leadership. Leadership crisis is being felt everywhere in the world. No matter whether it is political organization, business center, social institutions, or missions and churches, all are grappling with leadership crisis...

But today many people especially leaders, no matter where they work fail to produce their successors and future leaders to a great extent. There may be various reasons for this failure in raising next generation leaders.” writes Bro. T. Emerson (Associate Director, GEMS) in this article in The CALL and goes on to talk about those reasons.

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Monday, December 5, 2016

To Go Beyond Oneself

“I sought God only in the times of trouble. But later I realized that this is not real and that I am living a fake Christian life. The verse Mathew 6:33 kept on speaking to me that whatever you do, wherever you go and whomever you meet, in all the scenarios seek Him first and seek Him alone. 
Until that moment I didn’t know that the hand of the Lord was on me, moulded me, guided me, strengthened me and rescued me from all things that I’ve been through in my life...” writes Bro. Jeremiah in this article in The CALL.

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