Mentoring Programme

Room for improvement?
Want to be a better preacher?
Don’t know how?

The Trust is excited to introduce our mentoring programme for preachers in Scotland.

The programme offers a personal and confidential engagement with an experienced preacher who will provide constructive feedback and coaching on your preaching, helping you to become a better preacher, and is available in two flavours.

  • An intensive thirty day programme designed to deliver the maximum impact in the minimum time – regular comprehensive feedback on sermons delivered in the period combined with deep engagement in the preparation process. The programme aims to deliver a step improvement in your skills and performance which can be sustained in the long term.
  • A more flexible extended programme incorporating monthly meetings and operating at the intensity you choose, but still built around the same comprehensive sermon feedback and engagement in your preparation process.

The process has been prototyped with a number of preachers and feedback is encouraging:

“Being mentored by Peter Grainger has been extremely helpful, not only in developing the structure of my sermons but also greatly enhancing my understanding of the Bible and how it should be handled.”
Andy Lloyd-Williams
Community Worker at Greenview Evangelical Church, Glasgow and now Associate Pastor at Harborough Evangelical Church, Leicestershire

“As a preacher, I have greatly appreciated the mentoring, support and wisdom that Peter Grainger has given me. His critique of my sermons has led to several positive changes that have tangibly increased the effectiveness and impact of my preaching.”
Peter Anderson
Lead Pastor, Destiny Church, Edinburgh

Would you like to become a better preacher? The Trust believes:

every preacher can become a better preacher

From £250, bursaries available.

Contact mentoring@2tim4.org to get started today.

2 Responses to Mentoring Programme

  1. Cliff Kitson says:

    Hi my name is Cliff Kitson, I am currently a second year student at GLO Tilsley College and doing a year placement with Tayside Christian Fellowship in Perth Scotland, where I will be continuing in some preaching experience. I was wondering if it is possible to join the mentoring programme despite still being in my studies and not currently in a permanent church position yet?

    Thanks
    Cliff

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