Radical Mentoring is one of the rare church activities where the schedule is dictated by those in the group. You and your mentees will show up to the Kickoff Meeting with your family-approved calendars, and you’ll build out your whole mentoring season schedule together.
As the mentor, you’ll propose a meeting date. Then you’ll go around the group and see if anybody has a conflict. If so, you’ll propose a second date and go around the group again. Do this for each meeting, and your schedule for the whole ten (or twelve) months will be in place.
Doing it upfront this way can be tough, but it eliminates scheduling conflicts down the road.