Do you recommend paying your mentors and professors?
We leave this up to each individual's satellite's policies. Without question, the work of a dedicated mentor or professor is significant, and we ought to do all we can to encourage their best and most devoted instruction. Still, since we have taught classes at TUMI National, since 1996, we have not had to pay a single mentor a salary or even an honorarium. We have acknowledged their labors with books and gifts, but we do not have a budget for remunerating our adjuncts. We have found that, when challenged with the need and after being exposed to our students, the pastors and leaders who have taught at TUMI National have been inspired and enriched.