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Throughout my ministry I’ve looked for “mentors” to invest in me. To this day, I haven’t really found anyone willing to take the time to. Due to my own frustration in finding a mentor, I’ve tried to find future or present teachers of the Word to invest in, seeking to “mentor” them. If you have struggled finding a mentor like I have, and would like someone to critique your sermons, you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can send me your notes/manuscripts and audio/video, or a link to your sermon, and I will do my best to give a biblically-faithful critique. Please make the subject of the email “Critique my Sermon.”
This invitation is open to all!
I’m definitely no expert at this, but my critique will either solidify your original view or possibly change your view. I just want to help and encourage you with constructive criticism. For God’s glory alone brothers!
Email me Soon!