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C
oaching for Pastors

Can Coaching Help Pastors Be Successful?
 

  • The Busyness of Modern Day Life and Our Culture’s Fast-paced Demanding Society,  Pressure Organizations and Leaders to Rely More and More on Consultants and Coaches, Just to Keep Up.  Two terms that are used frequently to describe people in our American way of life are “incredibly busy” and “very stressed”!  The average Church member does not have the time or energy to help an overwhelmed pastor or a struggling staff person (i.e. youth directors who may be untrained and inexperienced, etc.) develop their goals, create sound plans, have excellent people skills, keep their lives in “balance,” and nurture their relationship with the Lord, their family and those the Church wants to bless.  THAT’S WHERE A COACH PROVIDES VALUABLE INPUT, INSIGHT, RESOURCES, EXPERTISE, AND ACCOUNTABILITY. 
  • Some people think that success is like finding a gift under the Christmas Tree, but that’s not the way God works.  
  • Success requires listening to God to Find out the person He’s Created You to Be
  • Success requires abiding in Christ (John 15:1-16)
  • Success also requires thought, prayer, effort, changes in our hearts, minds, plans, goals, and relationships.
  • God often gives friends and professionals to assist us in the process of discerning His will
  • The Coaches first job is to help someone grow in Christ to become the person that Christ really has planned for them to be!

 

 

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