Tag Archives: Christian Coaching

12 Coaching Strategies to avoid Ministry Burnout

  There are few vocations that can engender burnout for people in ministry like the pastorate does. The demands on a pastor’s time, emotions and energy can be overwhelming.When I was a pastor, I often felt at least the symptoms of burnout. I recently spoke with 17 pastors who had experienced … Continue reading

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Weekly Websaver Deadline Approaching Enroll by January 26, 2014 Dear Colleague:Life Coaching is exploding! Millions of people who don’t need counseling still hire coaches to assist them in achieving their most important life goals. And thousands of professionals, pastors, lay leaders, teachers, and guidance counselors—those God has called and gifted … Continue reading

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Coaching Empathy is the key to Coaching Change

“Don’t do for me, that which I can do for myself. Do for me what I am incapable of doing for myself.” This is the heart cry of someone who is struggling with life’s problems. This is what God did through Jesus Christ when He set aside His glory, entered … Continue reading

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Everyone in the Media is talking about Coaching!

“You will never maximize your potential in any area without COACHING. It is impossible. You may be good. You may even be better than everyone else. But without outside input you will never be as good as you could be.” – Andy Stanley   “If you want to build your … Continue reading

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A Christmas Parenting Perspective

Christmas means many things to many people. It means family and friends. It means warm celebrations and Christmas eve services with a church family. It can mean the glow of wonder in a child’s eyes. However, there are some who struggle during this time of year. Some have lost loved … Continue reading

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The most dangerous stage of your Career is now Mid-Life… That’s why so many people are considering becoming a Coach.

Are you falling behind in your career? Worse, are you in the high-risk age bracket of 55+ who are at the mercy of organizations who tend to force more experienced workers out because of their age? (Don’t believe this happens? Just ask your friends who were laid off or fired … Continue reading

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Hard Coaching Lesson – learned from the mulitation of an English Muffin

So the other morning my hubby was making breakfast and he asked me if I wanted an English muffin with my eggs. YUMMMM! YES PLEASE! We had just bought a package of Pumpkin Spice muffins and I couldn’t wait to give one a try. The anticipation since the grocery store … Continue reading

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Coaching those facing Tough Times this Thanksgiving?

Looking for a deeper understanding of how Suffering can shape Character? Learn from those who have been there to gain a new insight into how faith can grow stronger during seasons of trials and tests. Here is a free link to The Works of Richard Sibbes, vol. 1—containing his best … Continue reading

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Christian Coaches are called to be Holy first of all

Heart holiness isn’t limited to one dimension. In fact, the experience of a total surrender to Christ in entire sanctification is multi-dimensional, 3D so to speak. In one sense, it resembles the modern tech craze for an added sensory dimension that brings media to life. Designer 3D glasses are now … Continue reading

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Media reports Clinical Research shows value of Coaching

Leaders in Business, Education and Ministry see the value of Coaching – Do you? “In a 2004 survey by Right Management consultants, 86 percent of companies said they used coaching to sharpen skills of individuals who have been identified as future organizational leaders.” From “What an Executive Coach Can do for … Continue reading

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