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Like many before you, God has been bringing people to you for years – people seeking direction, in need of encouragement, or sometimes just asking for advice. You knew you were called to help, but you didn’t have a name for it.

Now you do: “Coaching

Our coach training programs give you the skills to expand your calling and natural gifts, equipping you to transform lives.

The next CCLC Cohort begins:
february 2, 11:00 A.M. EST/EDT

Are You Ready To Be a Coach?

Great coaching requires three key elements:

Competence

Just because you think you can coach doesn't mean you actually have what it takes.

You have to develop the skills.

Confidence

Having the skills isn't enough on it's own. You will have to learn to trust the coaching process.

You have to know you have what it takes.

Credibility

The people you coach need you to help them move forward, and they'll be relying on you.

They have to know you have what it takes.

When you earn the Certified Christian Life Coach (CCLC) designation from Coach Approach Ministries, you can have full confidence that you have the skills to coach in a way that is truly valuable and consistent with the best practices in the coaching industry, the principles of Christianity, and your own calling to transform lives.

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Become an Executive Christian Coach

It may be time to upgrade your certification to a professional level.
We have created a path for you that will set you up for professional success.

Renew Your Credentials

Whether you need to renew one of our certifications or an ICF credential, we can help you out with CCEs and mentor coaching.

Grow Your Practice

A coach needs clients; we can help.
Check out our next Growing Your Coaching Practice class, as well as some of our free resources on the topic.

Podcast

Join Brian and Chad every week for an interesting discussion about coaching. Topics include asking better questions, getting more clients, how to improve your coaching, and much more.

Every other week Brian interviews an author or professional coach to give you another helpful perspective. Guests have included JR Briggs, Angie Ward, Reggie McNeal, Rick Richardson, and many more!

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