Letter from the Editor – Fall 2015
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.
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- The Relationship of Technology
- A Shift in Denomination Culture – From Consulting to Coaching
- Setting Up The Cross-Cultural Coaching Relationship for Success
- Coaching Church Planters for Movement Impact
- Brains and Questions
- Pastor and Coach: Wear the Best Hat
- Coaching Millennials In Vocational Discipleship – Part 1
- Spiritual Growth: The Key to Lasting Transformation in Coaching
- The Authentic Coach
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