Ministry leaders are at least 50% more effective with coaching. They need someone who will listen, ask them questions, and help them reflect on what they’re hearing from God. They need someone who will help them develop action plans and stay accountable to completing them. They need the support—and the challenge—of a coach who understands the missional worldview and what they’re trying to accomplish. Any organization that provides coaching for their missional leaders is communicating an important level of support for them and their vision.
So just think… if you had some well-trained missional coaches, what could do you do with them?
The sky’s the limit! Imagine the diverse applications: pilot projects, outreach ministries, leadership development in your churches, deep-level discipleship, church growth and planting.
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