Get to Know Chandee:
Chandee Ulch is a seasoned military spouse, mother of two, producer, videographer, photographer, author, and public speaker.
She has been married for 2 years to Sergeant First Class William Ulch. They are stationed at Fort Hood, Texas currently. The Army has allowed them to travel to Wiesbaden, Germany, Ankara the capital of Turkey, Fort Stewart, Georgia, Fort Huachuca located in Arizona, and multiple other states.
Chandee is a graduate of Columbia International University with a degree in Bible, Intercultural Studies and Teaching English as a Second Language. She also attended The Art Institute of Charlotte where she focused on photography and videography.
She has taught elementary, high school and college for 16 years as an English teacher. She has taught photography internationally. Currently, she is the producer of a series called Moving With The Military for the past 4 years with viewership of over 4 million. She also has the honor of glorifying God through the show as she shares what God is teaching her on social media.
As an author and photographer, she has been published in multiple magazines and blogs. Chandee is open and raw with the challenges of life, while praising God along the way. She doesn’t hold back from the struggles of military life, loss, family, or rising children. She does share with others all that God is teaching and has taught her through the storms and blessings of her life. By modeling her openness, she connects to others in an authentic way.
The Gift of Being a Mentor
Iron sharpens iron, and one (wo)man sharpens another (Pro. 27:17). Our society is riddled with the perspective of “my way is the only way.” But like my grandma says there is more than one way to skin a cat. How do we learn those ways? Mentoring. There’s power in mentoring others. Scripture has a great deal to say about mentoring. Psalm 145:4 says, “One generation shall commend your works to another, and shall declare your mighty acts.” We are to help each generation prepare for life, skills, and gain knowledge in all kinds of areas. However, many of us don’t know how to mentor another person. We shy away because fear of messing up has paralyzed us. Join me as we look at scripture together and go over practical skills on how to be a mentor or what to look for in a mentor.
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