Let me ask you three questions:
- Who are you becoming?
- What work is God calling you to accomplish?
- What is your vision of Christ?
How you answer these questions will direct your life as a Christ follower. But most people can’t answer them with clarity and conviction. How about you?
The Life in Christ Coaching Program is designed to help you grow in three vital areas: your self, your work, and your vision of Christ. Through 12 personalized coaching sessions, targeted assessments, and some work in-between sessions, we’ll help you gain insights, set goals, and get momentum in the areas of self, work, and Jesus. Together we’ll work on your life in Christ.
Imagine the fruit: What if you understood how you’re wired? What if you got clarity on what God wants you to do? What if you got a fuller view of Jesus?
How It Works
The Life in Christ Coaching Program includes 12 coaching sessions around the topics of self, work, and Jesus. That means four sessions per topic including relevant assessments. Each coaching session runs 50 minutes. If sessions run every other week (recommended), then this program will last six months. If sessions are farther apart, the program will last longer.
While exploring the three topics, we may cover:
- You: values, struggles, strengths, beliefs about identity
- Work: spiritual gifts, roles and outcomes, strengths, view of job/career/calling
- Christ: stage of faith journey, vision of Christ, strengths for spiritual growth, your life in Christ/hero’s journey, your church contribution/who Christ is through you
uns for about six months with 12 coaching sessions about is about six months long (12 coaching sessions, 50 minutes each, about two weeks apart). The sessions center around three topics:
- You (values, strengths, struggles, beliefs about identity)
includes 12 sessions at 50 minutes each.
Galatians 2:20 says, “I have been crucified with Christ; and it is no longer I who live, but Christ lives in me; and the life which I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God, who loved me and gave Himself up for me.”