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“Christian coaching is the art and practice of enabling individuals and groups to move from where they are to where God wants them to be.”
– GARY COLLINS, Christian Coaching
“In contrast to the emphasis on imparting information through tutoring and instruction, coaching is unlocking a person’s potential to maximize his or her own performance.”
– adapted by Gary Collins from SIR JOHN WHITMORE, author of Coaching for Performance
Instead of just giving you modern tactics, we enable individuals and groups to move from where they are to where God wants them to be by the power of the Holy Spirit. We help Christians and churches become maximally effective in life and ministry through several different time-tested processes that are rooted in Scripture and proven to result in greater God-dependency and less self-sufficiency.
As Christians, we are called to steward our gifts and to pursue excellence for the glory of God. God isn’t glorified when we fail to live up to our full potential in Christ. That potential is different for each one of us, whether individuals or organizations. Yet, most of us have more room for growth than we even realize. Coaches are those who help us to better see ourselves as God sees us and, by God’s grace, to become more fully the person or church that God created and called us to be.
The big goal? To help you make practical changes that bring lasting transformation to every aspect of your life and church.
Each of our coaches is highly educated and has demonstrated an extraordinary commitment both to personal prayer and to cultivating a culture of prayer in the local church. Moreover, each of our coaches has been personally trained by Daniel Henderson and so, each of them are very well versed in our processes.
We are committed to tailoring the cost of our services according to you or your church’s income/size. Tell us more by filling out an application and get details specific to your situation or church size.
We understand that not everyone has planned for coaching in their budget. Many of the pastors and churches that we serve have found creative ways to cover the cost. This could include: gifts from a wealthy benefactor in the church, grants from the denomination, love offerings taken up by the church, or delaying the hire of an additional part-time employee for a season. If all these avenues have been exhausted, we do accept scholarship applications for small church pastors (300 or less in weekend attendance).