Coaching Families: Reducing Stress in the Home Environment

“Home is where the heart is…”
We’ve all heard that saying before and maybe even saw it once embroidered on a pillow in our grandmother’s house. But is your home a place of peace and love? Or chaos and disorder? God wants us all to live in peace and tranquility.  Isaiah 32:18 says “My people will abide in a peaceful habitation, in secure dwellings, and in quiet resting places.” Read More ›

Embrace a Sense of Wonder

When we are children, there are almost no limits to the amount of wonder and excitement we have about the world around us. We could have an adventure playing in the backyard or just going to the grocery store. It didn’t matter if it was the first time we’d done something or the hundredth, we could still have a blast every time. When you’re young, there are naturally going to be lots of “firsts” – walking, talking, going off to school, learning to ride a bicycle, etc. But just because you’ve grown up, doesn’t mean you have to stop experiencing the world with curiosity and a sense of wonder. Read More ›

A Christian Coach’s Identity

“For you created my inmost being; you knit me together in my mother’s womb. Your eyes saw my unformed body; all the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be.” – Psalm 139:13, 16 Read More ›

Is My Client Coachable or Not Coachable?

How do you know when a client is ready for coaching?  Sometimes a potential client may appear to be ready for coaching, and a few questions right up front can help answer  “how coachable” is the client?” Here are a few questions for you to consider. Read More ›