Letter from the Editor – Spring 2015
by Chad Hall, MCC
If you smell the smoke of birthday candles, it’s because Christian Coaching Magazine (CCMag) is approaching our tenth birthday. That’s really hard to believe. What started out as the Journal of Christian Coaching, a print publication with Jerome Daley as the editor, has morphed into the current manifestation of Christian Coaching Magazine you are reading now.
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- How House Churches Can Benefit from Coaching
- The Power of Coaching in Spiritual Formation
- Your Elevator Speech…It’s Not About You
- The Seven Questions of a Conflict Coach
- Love, the Killer App, Works
- Changing Business, Transforming Lives
- Coaching Ministry Can Result in Christian “Followders”
- Coaching for Leadership Development in Ministry
- Does Anyone Really Buy Coaching?
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