Thank you, this is such a great blog Seth! Recently our Caleb who is a highschool freshmen now, filled out an application for a missions trip for our church and I was reading it after he submitted it. He had written down that he had three people who had mentored him, who were his former youth pastor, an Air Force cadet pilot, and your son Seth Jr. I was so thankful as I read about how they had influenced Caleb’s life and mentored him. My husband has also discipled Caleb consistently during these teen years, but I think it has also been imperative for Caleb to have other spiritual mentors. Now Caleb has started praying about mentoring someone who is in Jr. High and I really pray that he chooses to impact a younger teen during his highschool years. Our daughter Hannah now has someone who is a post-World Racer and who leads her in bible study and is mentoring her, loving her, and building into her. Andy and I are both trying to build into the lives of a number of teens through our church youth group. I think we have learned that mentoring does not have to fit a certain mold or look a certain way. It can be done over playing games, having coffee, or just reaching out in creative ways. I think it just takes willingness and availability from the mentor and the teen. I continue to desire what you mentioned in this blog and pray into it for my own kids that God will keep placing those precious mentors into their lives. I am so thankful that God has been so faithful to provide such God-loving mentors for our kids in the past. I anticipate that God will keep providing some great mentors in the future, as our kids journey through these teen years.