The Ruth Mentoring Project
What is The Ruth Mentoring Project?
The Ruth Mentoring Project was founded by Dr. Nicky E. Collins in 2006 and relaunched in 2014 as a program to help women discover purpose , develop as leaders and live by Faith in every area of their lives. The name was inspired by the Book of Ruth in the Bible. Dr. Nicky's heart behind the program is to provide a safe place for women to come, be empowered, grow and be released into their God-given destiny.
When is the next Ruth Project?
The next Ruth Project, Class 7 (RP7), will officially begin, September 7, 2019.
How often does the Ruth Project meet?
The Ruth Project meets in-person typically on the First Saturday of each month for 6-months. There are also online meetings and a community day activity scheduled for each class. Ruth Project Class participants receive an official class schedule with all the meeting dates on the first day of class.
How much does the Ruth Project cost?
The Ruth Project full fee is $350(when paid in full). Participants who opt to pay monthly are required to pay $65/per month for the project(even if you are absent). Monthly payments are due by the start of each monthly class session. All payments are non-refundable.
When does the sign-up period end?
Registration for the Ruth Project upcoming class will remain open until the maximum number of participants has been reached. The typical class size is 25.
Where does the Ruth Project meet?
How can I be sure the Ruth Project is for me?
The Ruth Project is a group mentoring experience that yields very personal/individual results. The project is for women who have come to a point in their lives where they are seeking to see God's purpose activated in their lives on a greater level. If you are ready to set aside 6-months to experience God and His purpose for you in entirely new ways, this Project is for you...Now.
One More Thing To Consider...
You are not alone. When you join this project, you become a part of a Sisterhood of Purpose where women who have experienced some of the same things you have or may experience, are there to help you! Women who go through the Ruth Project share the common goal of helping other women make it beyond where they are to achieve the greater that God has for them! Since 2014, 122 women have graduated from the program.