Spiritual Coaching Toolkit: A Guide for Helping Others Follow Jesus

Morning Joy Media
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 Want to learn how to help someone become an authentic follower of Jesus but aren't sure how to do it? The Spiritual Coaching Toolkit will give you the tools you need to get started! Learn a simple spiritual coaching model that will guide you through each conversation. Discover the content for individual spiritual coaching sessions. Develop the skills you need to be a confident spiritual coach. Receive resources to help you continue to improve as a spiritual coach...and more!
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Daniel McNaughton, founder of Learning to Follow Ministries, is a consultant, coach, and trainer who helps leaders develop healthy, discipling, and multiplying churches. He planted Spring Valley Community Church, Royersford, Pennsylvania, serving as Lead Pastor from 2005 to 2011. Daniel was a professor at University of Valley Forge for 12 years and also served in staff pastor roles for more than 10 years in Boston, Buffalo, Toronto, and Pittsburgh. He earned his BA in Biblical Studies from Evangel University and MATS and PhD degrees in Old Testament at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary, and University of St. Michael's College at the University of Toronto, respectively. He has been married to Amy for over 30 years and has two adult children, Cherisse and Seth.

Jane Abbate, founder of Messy Miracles, helps people who struggle with guilt, shame, and regret to recover from the past and lead fulfilling lives. A popular speaker and retreat leader, Jane spreads the hopeful message of God's forgiveness and love. She is the author of the healing book series, Where Do Broken Hearts Go? a certified professional coach and accomplished business executive, Jane runs a successful leadership and team development business. She makes her home with her husband, Bill, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Morning Joy Media
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Nov 1, 2014
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Religion / Christian Life / Spiritual Growth
Religion / Christian Ministry / Discipleship
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