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Archive for October 2010

Get Your Dream Sword On! By Tim Cosby, M. Div., CCLC

??  Most of my clients don’t understand the power of dreaming.  Many of us haven’t been taught to dream about our future.     An encounter a few months ago helped me understand the power…
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Five Things About Christian Coach Training by Linda Hedberg

Seven years ago, when I decided to pursue a career in coaching and started looking for coach training programs, I didn’t realize it would be such a challenging project! After becoming a coach, I found – like many established Christian coaches – that prospective coaches contacted me with questions about the field, and coach training in particular. Since then, I’ve authored an ebook, The Complete Guide to Christian Coach Training, to help Christians who are considering entering the field to make informed decisions that are uniquely best suited to them.

For those starting this journey, here are five things to know about Christian coach training…
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Movies, Switchfoot and Certification by Linda Hedberg

In my mom’s Christian family, she was never allowed to go to movies.  My father’s Christian family went to movies occasionally, but he became a pastor and married my mom which meant we typically did not…
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Injecting the Church with Coaching? Part 5 – Train the Staff

The staff had self-diagnosed the problem – too many congregants with issues. Our lead pastor had agreed that even he was at his wits’ end on how to handle other’s issues well. But they all…
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Great Probing Questions Are Neutral.

Great Probing Questions Are Neutral.

“Why did you ever take that job in the first place?”
“Tell me about how you’ve allowed your job to rob you of your personal…
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Staying Connected after the Empty Nest by Sharon Wildman

“Mom, could I call you after classes and talk to you about what’s going on in my life?” What parent would not want to hear those words from their child – words that invite you…
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