We all have professional habits that we’d like to change. Perhaps there’s a spiritual discipline we want to explore but need help finding the time and encouragement. Or maybe you’d like more balance in your ministry work life. A coach can help you discern your desires, make a plan, and keep you accountable.

Pr. Ann Kelly found coaching to be a help in changing her unwanted work habits: Working with a ministry coach helps me develop my thoughts and actions to move forward in my life and ministry. My coach listens deeply and asks powerful questions that draw out my best ideas to form and implement my plans. This coaching relationship is a safe place for me to develop strategies for leading my congregation’s staff and lay leaders.

Looking for a change? Find out if a coach can help you start on the path toward habit transformation. Learn more at NC Synod Coaching!

Author

Tim Brown is the senior pastor at Good Shepherd, Raleigh, and a member of the NC Synod Coaching Taskforce. Pastor Tim has been a pastor and a writer for almost 10 years. You can find more of his written work and experience as a coach at write&coach.com.