Dancing With Nana
Nana has been Joy's mentor her entire life. She taught Joy many important things had taught Joy a lot of things: how to make scrambled eggs, how to sew a button onto her dress and how to make a pie. But, most importantly, she taught her about Jesus. One day, Joy asks Nana to teach her how to dance. It is through this event that Joy understands that mentorship is much like dancing. One person leads while the other follows. Although the rhythm might be awkward at first, each partner learns from each other and matures in their abilities.
When Joy grows up, she takes what she has learned from Nana and teaches it to others. But on the day before her students' dance recital, Joy's faith is tested. Did she really learn from Nana, or was Jesus her real mentor?