Letter from the Editor – Winter 2016

Letter from the Editor – Winter 2016
by Chad Hall, MCC

Maybe your city has recycle bins similar to the one our family uses. Ours has a big note stenciled on the lid reminding us to “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.” Our city is smart: they’d rather we limit the amount of trash we generate by employing the three R’s.

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From the Current Edition

Letter from the Editor – Winter 2016 Letter from the Editor – Winter 2016
by Chad Hall, MCC

Maybe your city has recycle bins similar to the one our family uses. Ours has a big note stenciled on the lid reminding us to “Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.” Our city is smart: they’d rather we limit the amount of trash we generate by employing the three R’s.

Fences are a Big Deal Fences are a Big Deal
by Tim Ware

Whether you grew up in rural America like I did or not, the value of fences is obvious…they define boundaries. In business districts, suburban neighborhoods, and urban America, fences often serve primarily to keep things out and protect the boundary.  In rural America, the opposite is more often true; fences serve to keep things (livestock)
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Coaching Millennials In Vocational Discipleship – Part 2 Coaching Millennials In Vocational Discipleship – Part 2
by Travis Guse M.Div., ACC

A Way Forward In Engaging A New Generation How Vocational Discipleship Coaching Changes the Equation In Part 1 of this post, we explored how it seems like 2 plus 2 no longer equals 4 when it comes to ministering to Millennials.  This shifting context applies not only for Millennials’ personal struggles concerning life and faith,
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In Business

Christian Coaching in Healthcare Christian Coaching in Healthcare
by Dr. Steve Sartori

Two questions that I am commonly asked are “What do you do?” and “How did you get started in coaching?” The answer to the second
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In Ministry

Coaching in Crisis Coaching in Crisis
by Chad Hall, MCC

As you might imagine, I like coaching.  A lot.  One of the things I like most about coaching is that it is positive.  It’s positive, not pathological.  It’s positive, not problem-centered.  It’s positive, not …okay, I cannot think of another negative descriptor that starts with the letter P, but you get the idea. While coaching
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Resources

Brains and Questions Brains and Questions
by Jane Creswell, MCC

What kind of questions are you known for? The answer to that can make all the difference in your coaching. More precisely, are you known for asking “Test Questions” or “Discovery Questions”? Depending on the answer, you may be already set up for a successful coaching conversation before you’ve even said a word. Or, maybe
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Profession of Coaching

Coaching in Crisis Coaching in Crisis
by Chad Hall, MCC

As you might imagine, I like coaching.  A lot.  One of the things I like most about coaching is that it is positive.  It’s positive, not pathological.  It’s positive, not problem-centered.  It’s positive, not …okay, I cannot think of another negative descriptor that starts with the letter P, but you get the idea. While coaching
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