From urban youth leader and community developer Bryson Davis, this course will take you on a deep dive on how to mentor well. Steeped in years of Bryson's experience, he delivers a beautiful journey through the lessons he's learned as a mentor, a mentee, a pastor and community activist.
This course is geared to be easily consumed, punchy and helpful, and chock full of usable lessons for mentors of any experience level.
Grab it now for your entire youth leadership, your church's small group leaders, or simply for yourself!
Bryson is a graduate of the University of Mount Union, where as a student-athlete he studied Biology and Religious Studies. He then went on to obtain his Master’s Degree in Public Health from Kent State University with a specialty in social and behavioral sciences. He currently serves as CEO of the Akron Leadership Foundation, pastors at the Front Porch Fellowship, and develops youth through Generation Akron.
Race and culture have always been a passion of his and was the focus of his graduate work. Bryson has lived, worked, and served in some of the poorest and most challenging places around the world. He is passionate about seeing men and women live an abundant life, especially those in communities that lack resources and access to opportunity. Learning from his own experiences of poverty and loss, he has transformed these disadvantages into advantages for others.