A New GrowthTrack for Coaching Essentials
Whether you are looking to help Christian businesses thrive or have a heart to develop others and multiply disciples solid coaching skills are the key to maximizing your impact. Here are 2 opportunities to get you started coaching.

Written By CCT Team

Robert E Logan and Gary Reinecke Christian Coaching Tools Co-Founders.

A common outcome of receiving good coaching is wanting to share that gift with others. But experiencing excellent coaching doesn’t provide you with all that you need to be an effective coach. You need to learn the coaching essentials that will ensure you will be an effective coach. As a Christian, you know that when God is invited in, the results go from good to incredible. So you want to learn how to apply biblical principles to coaching as well. We’ve got you covered…

Dr. Bob Logan and Dr. Gary Reinecke have brought their combined 70 years of coaching experience together to share the most important things they have learned to help accelerate your early development as a coach. The brand new Coaching Essentials GrowthTrack offers you two new coach training opportunities through Christian Coaching Tools:

Introducing Christian Coaching Essentials

Christian Coaching Essentials

Our latest book, Christian Coaching Essentials, will be available on Amazon in paperback and Kindle format on March 7, 2023! But if you are a Kindle fan, you can preorder your copy TODAY!

The book clearly and strategically applies biblical principles to the foundational skills you need to be an effective coach. It’s easy to work through and provides true-to-life examples from Bob and Gary’s vast coaching experience. Additionally, as you progress through the chapters you will come across QR codes linked to bonus material that includes action steps, practical exercises, and downloadable resources that every coach needs when they are starting out.

Preorder your copy HERE.

The Essentials Cohort

Coaching Essentials Cohort

Jump start your coaching! Some people pick up a book, read it cover to cover, and apply what they learn. But most people benefit from additional instruction and accountability. This is why we created the Coaching Essentials Cohort.

This 8-week online cohort offers instruction, practical application, peer-to-peer coaching with immediate feedback, and an additional 2 private coach-mentor sessions with either Dr. Bob Logan or Dr. Gary Reinecke.

Register and pay in full before April 1, 2023 and receive $500 off your cohort tuition!

We truly took out all the stops to provide you with the best possible start on your Christian coaching journey! Visit our website to learn more.

Cover Photo by Nick Fewings on Unsplash

Healthy, Effective Teams

In the short term, an unhealthy team may be able to get things done. But there will be a time when they can no longer hold it together. When that happens, any progress made is lost. Here are 5 qualities of healthy, effective teams and how to coach your leader to build them. 

The Volunteers Pastors Need

Volunteers are at the core of getting ministry done and moving vision forward. Recruiting and training volunteers can be a full time job… and everything can still fall apart. Here’s how to coach your ministry leaders to spot, train, and mobilize volunteers that get the job done and come back to serve again. 

Is your client working with an unhealthy team?

Recruiting volunteers has always been a touchy ministry subject. But since the pandemic recruiting and keeping volunteers and lay leaders necessary to run a ministry has become increasingly difficult. Here’s 5 reasons why. 

Coaching through Scandal

If you stay in the coaching game long enough, at some point you will coach leaders on how to deal with division in the body, disciplinary issues, and, well, scandal. Sadly, these issues are a part of life. As a coach, you have an opportunity to help leaders rise above the problem and take the higher ground.

Getting revitalization right 

Your client’s church is in a slump. Whether it’s just a feeling or a steadying decline in attendance the word that is in the back of your head is revitalization. It’s clearly time to do something new. Here are 4 revitalization strategies to help your client make the right changes.

Set effective—and reachable—goals 

Your client has a big vision. To help them see that vision become reality means strategically breaking up that vision into manageable goals. Easier said than done…

Is your board functioning well?

Being stuck with a dysfunctional board can feel like a being out to sea, alone on a sailboat, without wind. You can’t get anywhere and it feels like there is nothing you can do about it. But there is!

Is timidity in the way? 

Timidity can feel like a major obstacle to overcome. The good news is that assertiveness is a skill that can be learned. Here’s a good place to start.

Level Up To Transformational Learning 

Your goal as a coach is greater than the tasks at hand. Excellent coaching moves a client through reflection to action to transformational learning. 

How good are you at time management… really? 

You’ve thought it. You might even recall (with a pit in your stomach) of a time you’ve been told to “get your priorities straight”. We’ve all been there. Either way, it’s a red flag that you aren’t managing your time well. The good news is, prioritizing is the first step in the right direction.