I’m often asked why someone would need to work with a coach. That’s a great question. It depends on what you want to accomplish in your career. Do you want to develop skills to lead your church into an ever-changing future? Maybe you want to create a healthy work-life balance without sacrificing either. Are you in a transitional period of your ministry that you want to be transformational? Coaching can benefit you whether you are just starting out in ministry, wanting to retire well and every stage in between.
Much like in sports or other skilled activities, a coach helps bring out the best in the person. In coaching clergy and churches, a ministry coach works to bring out the God-given potential that is in each church leader. Regardless of where you are in your career, a clergy coach can help you accomplish your ministry goals and set new ones.
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