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Coaching has expanded beyond athletics to almostevery aspect of life that requires accountability, encouragement,and a commitment to growth.

Dr. Gary R. Collins takes the successful principles of coachingand gives them a God-centered application. Broader in scope thaneither mentoring or discipling,Christian Coachinghelps people find God?s vision for their lives andlearn to
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Hardcover, 352 pages
Published December 6th 2001 by NavPress (first published December 2001)
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If you’ve heard about “coaching” but aren’t sure what it means in today’s terms, this book is the perfect resource. According to Fortune magazine, coaching is the hottest thing in management.

Although author Gary R. Collins, PhD states that coaching has become a revolution that shows no signs of slowing down, Christian coaches seem to be few and far between.

So what is coaching? First and foremost it is not counseling or therapy, nor is it about healing or reactive looking back. Coaching helps i
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Margaret
Whether you are a counseling, pastor, life coach or just something that is good with listening this is a keeper for your permanent shelf. Basically a text book, this manual breaks things down and answers a lot of question. It is even a valuable tool for someone just curious about what Christian Coaching is. I have to admit, when this arrived on my doorstep (again another one that I say is due to my non committal of a genre) I assumed it was another book about sports. So I put it on the back burn ...more
Stacey Daze
Being the first book on coaching I have read with nothing to compare it to:

I thought it was very thorough and comprehensive. The book covered what coaching is, the skills a good coach needs, why someone would go to a coach, specialties in coaching, and the future of coaching. I pulled a lot of good information out of it, and I think much of what it talks about can be used in all relationships, not just for coaching.
Brett
In this introduction to Christian coaching, Collins presents a case for the relevance of coaching, a paradigm for its implementation, and an overview of trends and specializations within this growing field. Collins walks the reader through a seven-part coaching model – issues, awareness, vision, strategy, action, and obstacles – all the while providing principles, illustrations, assessment tools, and outside resources. Collins’ work is a helpful introduction and a useful reference towards “help ...more
Zeke
Great reminders.
Rachel Olsen
Collins knows his craft. While this is an older book, and therefore some of the examples are a bit dated, the information within was helpful. Foundational even. This book was part of the required reading in the training program I went through to become a certified biblical life coach.

{If you are interested in knowing more about my life coaching practice, visit RachelOlsen.com and click on the "personal coaching" tab.}
John Kenworthy
In spite of its title, you don;t have to be Christian to benefit from this book and you don;t have to be coaching Christians.
A through examination of the coaching profession and some excellent tools to develop a coaching culture.
John Compton
Bringing the world of coaching to the Church, Collins provides another vehicle for disciple in the 21st century.
Matthew Moore
Excellent resource for the topic that I'll go back to again.
Mike


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