Multiple Choice Lesson Answers
By: The AMI Team
Helpful Resource: The Mentorship Secrets Kit

Apostolic Movement International - Mentorship Secrets Course

Answers to Multiple Choice Questions

You will find all the answers to the multiple choice questions of the lessons in the Mentorship Secrets Course here.

Lesson 1 Multiple Choice Question Answers

1. Who gets to decide on the spiritual parenting relationship?

a. Your mentor, all mentorship relationships lead to spiritual parenting.
>>>b. You do, as a child you pick who will mature and grow you.<<<
c. Force of nature, spiritual parenting just happens all on its own.
d. Only God gets to pick who will be who's spiritual parent.

2. True or False: As a spiritual parent you will only parent someone in just one thing.

a. True, You will focus on one very specific aspect of their life.
>>>b. False, as a spiritual parent you will grow your spiritual child in many different areas of their calling.<<<
c. True, You will focus on one very specific aspect of their life.
d. False, As a spiritual parent you will help your child to grow in every area of their personal life.

3. What are some of the characteristics of spiritual parenting?

a. Spiritual parenting is temporary for only as long as the child remains in the nest.
b. You have a bond with your child that can remain for the rest or your lives.
c. You teach and train them in one area unless the Lord leads other areas.
d. You give them a code for their life and future, you train them in all natural things.
e. A and D.
f. B and C.
>>>g. B and D.<<<

4. What are the characteristics of mentorship?

a. Mentoring is temporary, and only as long as the disciple can learn from you.
b. You have a bond with your disciple that can remain for the rest or your lives.
c. You teach and train them in one area and only tend to matters that fall under your domain of mentorship.
d. You give them a code for their life and future, you train them in all natural things.
e. A and D.
>>>f. A and C.<<<
g. B and D.

5. Who can be a mentor?

a. Only those who are more mature.
b. Those who have the power and anointing for it.
c. Those who have been called to it.
>>>d. None of the above.<<<

Lesson 2 Multiple Choice Question Answers

1. Why is submitting to servanthood so important to becoming a successful disciple?

a. Part of being a servant is doing the work that no one wants to do.
b. It helps you understand your disciple when you become a mentor.
c. It prepares you to not expect anything of your disciple that you can't do.
>>>d. Answers b and c.<<<
e. None of the above.

2. What illustration does Apostle Colette give for being a disciple?

>>>a. Being a disciple is like going through fitness training.<<<
b. Being a disciple is like going to a special camp with a gifted trainer.
c. Being a disciple is like climbing a mountain by yourself.
d. Being a disciple is like being a runner in a race.

3. In being a disciple in a mentorship relationship, true or false: You are giving permission for that mentor to push you to your spiritual limit.

>>>True<<<

4. True or false: Being able to receive a mentor's knowledge is the most important part of becoming a good disciple.

a. False, you need their help to get what you need, you cannot do it by yourself, that is why you have a mentor.
b. True, if you cannot receive their knowledge you will not be able to take on what they are teaching you.
>>>c. False, being a good disciple means putting your head down and just doing what you are told - your mentor knows what they are doing.<<<
d. True, knowing everything about how they will mentor you will help you become a good disciple, so you know when they are testing you.

5. What are some of the most important things you need to be a successful disciple?

a. Submits to pressure.
b. Submits to becoming a servant.
c. Willing to be pushed.
>>>d. All of the above<<<
e. None of the above.

Lesson 3 Multiple Choice Question Answers

1. What question does Colette tell you to write down, and that you should be asking when starting a mentorship relationship?

a. Who does this relationship benefit?
b. Why are you starting this relationship?
>>>c. What is the goal of this relationship?<<<
d. All of the above.
e. None of the above.

2. In chapter 03 of the Mentorship 101 book, what steps does Colette give you to follow when starting a mentorship relationship, and in what order?

3. According to the book Mentorship 101, what is the difference between animals and humans?

a. Animals are natural trainers, while humans need to learn to train up others.
>>>b. Animals have good instincts, but humans have the ability to impart what God has given us to others.<<<
c. Humans are more likely to want to train up others, while animals will let them figure it out on their own.
d. None of the above.
e. All of the above.

4. What is a good sign that you have found a good mentor?

a. They will follow through with you no matter what.
b. You will be able to follow their lead without any problems.
c. They will teach you all they know.
>>>d. They set the boundaries before you have started - so you know where you stand.<<<
e. None of the above.

5. What is the "christian standard" Colette talks about in Chapter 01 of the Mentorship 101 book?

a. Everyone has a mentor - even if the person doing the mentoring doesn't even know it.
>>>b. The holy spirit is the one who chooses the mentor and leads the training.<<<
c. Only the Lord will be your mentor and train you up.
d. B and C.
e. All of the above.

Lesson 4 Multiple Choice Question Answers

1. What are some of the pressures you will face in mentoring someone through their prophetic training?

a. You will need to meet their need for recognition and acceptance.
b. You will find yourself challenging their very mind, spirit, and soul.
c. They will need to go to the cross daily - if they want the power - then they need to "die already."
d. C and A.
>>>e. A and B.<<<<

2. What fivefold training is prophetic training similar to?

a. Evangelistic training.
b. Apostolic training.
c. Teacher training.
d. Pastoral training.
>>>e. None of them.<<<

3. True or False: No matter what fivefold ministry you are mentoring someone in - all spiritual deaths are the same.

>>>False<<<

4. What illustration did Colette use in chapter 09 of the Mentorship 101 book to describe the different levels of training?

a. It is like an ant colony - you have your worker ants, nanny ants all the way up to the queen ant, depending on what level of training you embark on will determine where in the chain of command you end up.
>>>b. It is like working in an office - you have your janitors, mailroom attendants, interns, managers, all the way up to the CEO.<<<
c. It is like the animal kingdom - depending on where you are in the food chain will depend on what precautions you must take and how much more power you hold over the other animals.
d. It is like applying for a job in the world - depending on what position you apply for will determine the responsibility that you carry.
e. None of the above.

Lesson 5 Multiple Choice Question Answers

1. Fill in the blank: Mentorship is a __________ ability. It is not a _________ gift.

>>>natural, spiritual <<<

2. What are the four mentorship requirements?

>>>a. 1 Breaking down walls, 2 Meet their needs, 3 Minister to templates of the past, 4 Set the conditions.<<<
b. 1 Using the chisel, 2 Identify their needs, 3 Do not force the anointing, 4 Follow through.
c. 1 Identify their needs, 2 Meet their needs, 3 Minister to templates of the past, 4 Set the conditions.

3. What makes you a good mentor?

a. The anointing - only the Lord can empower you and make you a good mentor.
>>>b. Mentoring is a natural ability that you can master through trial and error.<<<
c. Your ability, depending on how skilled you are in your trade - If you are very good at your trade you will make a very good mentor.
d. It is a spiritual gift that is given, that is why some mentors are better than others.

4. What are the main relationships you can have in your spiritual life?

a. A spiritual mother.
b. A spiritual father.
c. A mentor.
>>>d. All of the above.<<<
e. None of the above.

5. Why does Apostle Colette liken mentorship to being a surrogate parent?

a. Because you take care and love your disciple like a mother would her child.
b. Because you train and equip them with the basic skills they need for life.
>>>c. Because you prepare a way for the spiritual parent to step in.<<<
d. All of the above.
e. None of the above.

Lesson 6 Multiple Choice Question Answers

1. Why is it important that people admire you as a mentor?

>>>a. So that people want to receive what the Lord has put into you.<<<
b. So you will know that what you have to offer has value.
c. The Lord wants everyone to be loved and admired.
d. So that you can build a big following.

2. What are some of the principles that Apostle Colette gives to help people admire you?

a. Talk about all the wonderful things you have done and what you have to offer.
b. Be a strong leader and give directions in a forceful manner.
>>>c. Admire the potential in others.<<<
d. Listen to what people have to say and be a good friend.
e. All of the above.

3. True or false: No one will admire you if you help someone to rise up higher than you.

>>>False<<<

4. How can you give someone hope, or show them that what you have is attainable?

a. Remind them that the Lord can do anything with anybody.
b. Tell them that though they have to fulfill a lot of requirements, they can do it.
c. Have the mindset that if they work as hard as you do, they can have most of what you have.
>>>d. Be willing to give everything you have and go the distance with them to get what they need.<<<

5. What are the main reasons why people admire or follow someone?

a. They see someone that sees the potential or gold in them.
b. They see something in that person that they desire to emulate or have.
c. They see someone that will help them fulfill their potential.
>>>d. All of the above.<<<
e. None of the above.

Lesson 7 Multiple Choice Question Answers

1. What key point does Colette share about being a disciple in chapter 06 of the Mentorship 101 book?

a. "Being a good disciple is dependant on how good of a mentor they have."
b. "Someone becomes a good disciple after much practice and training."
c. "Being a disciple come naturally."
d. "You do not just 'hop" into a mentorship relationship."
>>>. "No one is born knowing how to be a disciple."<<<

2. What should you never show?

a. Your fear.
b. Your guilt.
c. Your love.
>>>d. Your uncertainty.<<<
e. All of the above.

3. True or False: It is important - as a mentor - to do what you expect your disciple to do as this will affect your relationship and how they follow you.

>>>False<<<

4. What should you never do according to step 03 of what not to do in chapter 06 of the Mentorship 101 book?

>>>a. Train or minister under pressure.<<<
b. Engage with no conviction to follow through.
c. Get personal.
d. Feel pressured to give an answer.
e. None of the above.

5. True or False: You should prepare yourself because their relationships are going to affect your mentorship relationship.

>>>False<<<

Lesson 8 Multiple Choice Question Answers

1. What are the dangers of getting your needs met in your disciple?

a. You will lose track of your mentorship goal.
b. Your disciple will lose interest in wanting to follow you.
c. You will lose confidence in yourself and your ability to mentor your disciple.
>>>d. All of the above.<<<
e. None of the above.

2. What does not getting your needs met in Jesus take away from you in your mentorship relationship?

a. Your convictions go down the drain.
b. You lose your focus and forget the direction the Lord has given you.
c. Your vision becomes polluted.
d. A and B.
>>>e. All of the above.<<<

3. True or False: You need to look at yourself and where you get your needs met to bring yourself to maturity before looking to do it in others.

>>>True<<<

4. What is the ultimate solution to NOT get your needs met in your disciple?

>>>a. Realizing that no one but Jesus can fulfill those needs and then go to Him to do so.<<<
b. Making sure you keep an eye on how much time you spend with your disciple.
c. Have a healthy leader/follower distance in your relationship with your disciple.
d. Put those needs aside, you need to put all your focus on your disciple.

5. True or False: If you become spiritually mature enough, the need for acceptance and recognition will go away.

>>>False<<<

Lesson 9 Multiple Choice Question Answers

1. What is the main point of giving a parable?

a. So that people remember the principle you are teaching.
b. So that they can relate to your allegory.
c. To paint a clear picture of their future.
d. To get their attention and entertain them. 
>>>e. A and B.<<<
f. C and D.
g. All of the above.

2. Fill in the blanks: A parable __________ a __________ allowing you, as a mentor to bring the problem up.

>>> exposes, problem <<<

3. Why is it so important to give your disciple projects?

a. To test their knowledge and discover their limitations.
b. To bring them to conviction and practically apply what they are learning.
c. To uproot and expose the issue and challenges that they are facing.
d. None of the above.
>>>e. All of the above.<<<

4. Why is bringing up problems so important as a trainer?

a. To bring them to a conviction.
b. To humble them and keep them teachable.
>>>c. To open their eyes to see they are facing a problem.<<<
d. None of the above.
e. All of the above.

5. The main point of being a trainer is pulling out people's ___________.

a. Good qualities.
b. Strengths.
c. Problems.
>>>d. Weaknesses.<<<

Lesson 10 Multiple Choice Question Answers

1. True or False: When challenging someone, you always need to keep a goal in mind.

>>>a. False, when the Lord is bringing up a hurt or a flaw, deal with it right away so they can change.<<<
b. True, when you are bringing a challenge, you need to make sure it is of God so you don't rub them the wrong way.

2. What is the point of the chisel?

a. To get a reaction and deal with character traits.
b. To vent your frustration in a godly way, that will help your disciple grow.
c. To stop them from reacting or from doing something.
>>>d. To police the law preventing wrong actions or reactions.<<<
e. None of the above.

3. What is the point of correction?

a. To help someone identify their sin and come to a conviction.
b. To deal will hurts and triggers of the past.
>>>c. To shape and correct someone's wrong action or reaction.<<<
d. To remove a flaw or insecurity that is preventing them from growing.

4. Fill in the blank: As a mentor you, must put ___________ on in the ______ place.

>>>pressure, right<<<

5. What is the goal of mentorship?

>>>a. To equip and train in righteousness.<<<
b. To buffet them and remove the dross.
c. To travail long and have them be better than you ever were.
d. To make them nice people to be around so they can be all things to all men.
e. All of the above.

Lesson 11 Multiple Choice Question Answers

1. What are some reasons why your disciple is not moving forward?

a. They have a blockage due to personal sin.
b. They have a victim mentality.
c. The do not want to take responsibility for their circumstances.
>>>d. All of the above.<<<
e. None of the above.

2. True or False: You are responsible as a mentor. If they are failing, it is because you are failing.

>>>True<<<

3. When is the right time to engage your disciple?

>>>a. When they are ready to look at their sin.<<<
b. When they have been crying for days and can't stop.
c. When they ask you for help.
d. B and C.
e. None of the above.

4. True or False: When you have dealt with a disciple's sin, and have exposed the template, you need to give your disciple projects to help them so that they don't fall into sin again.

>>>True<<<

5. What is the biggest indication that you should NOT engage with your disciple?

a. When they are triggering.
b. When they do not have a conviction of their sin.
c. When they are being attacked by the enemy.
d. When they do not want to take responsibility for their circumstances.
e. A and C.
>>>f. B and D.<<<

Lesson 12 Multiple Choice Question Answers

1. True or False: When a disciple hits a plateau and refuses to grow - no matter what they say or how much you challenge them - despite not reaching the set goal of the mentorship, it is time to cut ties and let them go.

>>>False<<<

2. When does the mentorship relationship transition to spiritual parenting?

a. When your relationship become more than "mentor" and "disciple."
b. During a mentorship relationship.
c. When the disciple finds someone else to parent them.
>>>d. When the mentorship relationship has ended.<<<

3. How do you know you have done your job as a mentor?

a. When they have surpassed you.
b. When your disciple matches your level.
>>>c. When they have reached the set goal of the mentorship relationship.<<<
d. All of the above.
e. None of the above.

4. True or False: The true prize of mentorship is not to have them complete the training, but to see your disciple outshine you!

>>>True<<<

5. After going through this course and reading through chapter 14 of the Mentorship 101 book, what are the 10 points that define mentorship?

1. The mentor chooses the disciple.

2. You only deal with the subject at hand.

3. You msut have a focused vision in mentorship.

4. You deal with one thing at a time and that is it.

5. Do not allow yourself ot be distracted.

6. It is a temporary relationship.

7. When that person has received everything in that one realm, it is over.

8. You change the person by shaping them.

9. You apply the chisel to their lives.

10. They will become like you only in the area you mentored them in. They will not be like you in their spiritual lives as a whole.

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