Craig sat in church with a tremendous conviction resting on his soul. He sensed that God was reaching out to him. He took an honest look at his habits and knew that the video games he played, sometimes late into the evening, interfered with his time spent with God and his family. He wasn’t sure how to deal with this problem.
Craig wanted to reach out to an adult for help. His Sabbath School teacher, Jeff, was cool. But he wasn’t sure if he was ready for Jeff to know about this problem. There were a few others that Craig thought he might go to to ask for help. What should Craig look for in a mentor? What qualities would be most helpful? How should Craig go about asking for help? Do you think he should tackle his problem with a caring adult right away?
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