September 21, 2021

Train and Multiply Coaches to Increase Ministry Results
If you’re a leader with a big vision for the mission of Jesus—a vision that goes beyond just your own church or ministry—you know you can’t pull it off alone. You want to see real life impact not just on individuals, but on larger groups, systems, and organizations...

Written By CCT Team

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

Train & Multiply

You want to see the power of the gospel spread not just across the street, but also across the world. You believe God can move mountains and you want to be part of the big picture of what he’s doing. And to do that, you know you need to train and multiply vast numbers of coaches for the advancement of the Kingdom of God.

With a whole host of coaches, imagine the potential impact. What could you see happen in discipleship? In outreach and evangelism? In service to the poor and the marginalized? In leadership development, volunteer retention, spiritual growth, and new ministry expansion? The applications of coaching are almost limitless. What is limited? Currently, the number of coaches you have.

Stretch Beyond Yourself

If you want to put systems into place for people development and organizational development—to work in the ministry and on the ministry at the same time—you need to train and multiply quality coaches. That’s how to stretch beyond yourself and your own church. That’s how to build reproducible systems and wield influence over larger networks. That’s how to make the wisest and most strategic use of your resources in ways that make the biggest difference for the broader Kingdom of God.

Gaining Mission Energy

We know what you’re up against: systems stuck in neutral, resistance to change, a silo mentality, the lack of a consistent and unifying vision. With everyone running in different directions, it’s easy to feel discouraged and alone. We stand against ineffectiveness and waste. And we know how to help leaders of organizations effectively redirect energy towards the mission.

We’ve worked with dozens of different denominational groups across the whole spectrum of Christianity to train and multiply coached. And we’ve seen great success. If you’re among those who want to start a coaching movement that is really going somewhere, if you’re ready to get your organization unstuck and moving forward productively, we’re here for you.

Here’s what one denominational leader had to say about working with us:

“If you are seeking to develop a group of people as ministry and or Christian coaches, 360º Christian Coach Assessment is an essential resource. Many people receive coach training, attend webinars, and read books on the subject of coaching. These resources provide great content, but they can lack the focused feedback that helps develop coaching excellence. The 360º Coach Assessment provides feedback on the behaviors of effective Christian coaching. It does this by gaining targeted feedback from the actual clients of the coach in training. The 360 assessment is a key piece of a comprehensive coach training process.”

Think of the power of this tool in developing others. One leader shares from her experience:

“In my role as a coach mentor and trainer, I have found the 360º Christian Coach Assessment to be a valuable resource! It provides a reliable annual measure of growth in coaching practice, as well as proactively identifying specific areas of remediation for working with each coach.”

We Share Your Big Vision

Don’t waste your God-given gifts and vision fighting against ineffective systems that don’t get you where you want to go. We can help you find the most strategic points of leverage for getting others and board and designing a process you can take and use to get the results you want. We share your big vision. If you want to see the kingdom of God rapidly expanding and multiplying, radiating out from loving obedience to the Holy Spirit, we are with you.

Give us a call to talk. We offer a free 30-minute consultation to assess how we can help you toward your particular goals in your particular context.

Not sure yet? Want to do a little more research first? Read this downloadable article on Raising and Multiplying Quality Coaches.

Be an example for the future

When future church historians write your page of history, what do you want it to say? Will your story be one of irrelevance: of good intentions that petered out, consigned to the dustbin of church history? Or you want a legacy that lasts… not just for decade or two, but for centuries to come? How will you and your movement be remembered? As an example for future generations or as a cautionary tale?

Continuing Your Legacy

Sure, there are short-term benefits to training and multiplying coaches: less stress, lower workload, a sense of peace and contentment. But with a self-sustaining, multiplying, replicating movement of coach training, you can ensure that your legacy will continue. It will grow and make an impact in far corners of the globe. Not only will you be someone who has made a difference, but you will be a part of something bigger… something God is doing across the lands, across people groups, across borders. When future generations of leaders look to you, they will say, “I want to do it like that.”

Our Vision is Your Vision

If you’re ready to implement a system that keeps on going, empowering and releasing successive generations of coaches, set up a time to talk with us. Our vision is your vision.

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The principles and processes of reproducing quality coaches.

That was a great coaching moment!

Most coaching assumes a formalized coaching relationship with a beginning, a middle, and an end, with clear goals to be accomplished along the way. However, you can also use your coaching skills in less formal ways– just as a way of relating and interacting. Think of it as a “coaching moment” instead of a “coaching relationship.”

Steps to Help You Make Decisions with God

You’ve got a big decision to make. When you make a decision based on the human intellect alone you might come away with a “good decision”; in contrast, when you consider God’s perspective on a matter you engage the spiritual dimension. This will lead you  down the path of prayerful decision making.

Can you find coaching in the Bible?

If you are trying to help others understand the biblical basis for coaching, here are two key scripture passages to help.

9 Ways Coaching Aligns with Biblical Principles

You may be wondering if coaching is biblical. The Bible never commands us to coach. In fact, the word coach is never used. So why coach? Should we even coach? Here are 9 ways coaching aligns with biblical principles.

The #1 Secret to Raising Self-Led Adults

You want your kids to become self-led adults. People who make good decisions, live into their gifts and talents, and contribute to their communities. The teen years are when the rubber hits the road. 

Purpose-filled Conversations with Your Teens

Conversations with your teens can feel one-sided. There are a lot of grunts and minute head nods, or if you’re lucky–one word answers. But this is a time in their development where they make important decisions that have lasting consequences. So, how do you move past casual chats to more meaningful and purpose-filled conversations with your teens? 

Coaching your kids

Translating your coaching skills to support your parenting will help you raise kids who have a clear understanding of who they are and have a solid framework for making good decisions. 

5 signs that you could be a better coach

You’ve been coaching for a while now. You may have even completed coach certification; but you feel there is something more… Are you coaching at your optimal level or could you be a better coach? How do you really know how well you’re doing? 

5 Steps to Clarify Your Values

Having trouble moving forward in your ministry goals? What about those you serve? If you are struggling to fill seats and find volunteers the issue may not be WHAT you are doing but a disconnect from the WHY.

Learning to trust your coach and your team

Are you at the top of your game? Even if you are, are you ready for what’s next? So many gifted and purposed pastors burn out because they are playing a solo game. Learning how to work with your team raises your effectiveness and reach in ministry.