I offer professional Christian coaching for teens and adult individuals. One of my goals as your coach is to help you restore your sense of worth and replace the negative labels you’ve believed with God’s labels. I want you to be free to see yourself through God’s eyes – loved, valued, and cherished. I will listen to your story with no judgment as we seek to follow the leading of the Holy Spirit during our time together. I am passionate about helping each of my clients overcome the obstacles that are keeping them from accomplishing their goals and realizing their hopes for the future. Together we will work to cross those barriers so you can experience the joy and hope found in Jesus Christ.
My Goal as a Christian Coach
My goal as a Christian coach is to help you dream, set your goals, and identify the obstacles that are preventing you from moving forward. I love to dream and to bring those dreams into reality. Because of this, I lead people into strategic plans for their lives. I have personally walked through the process of identifying, grieving, and healing after hardship. As your coach, I will walk alongside you, offering hope and casting a future focus.
What I Offer in Christian Coaching
I offer a safe, judgement-free space where you can feel comfortable to share. I like to begin by igniting dreams and goals. Early on, we will create a vision statement. We will then start tackling the obstacles that may hinder the vision statement from being realized. In our sessions, we will work on bringing the Trinity into those painful moments, exploring in what ways God turned pain into good. My hope is that through our time together, you will also come to an understanding of who you are in Christ.
My Approach to Christian Coaching
Without Jesus, there is no genuine healing, no freedom from the bondage of trauma. “The truth will set you free.” “Where there is no vision, the people perish.” We need to face the truth about our trauma in order to be set free to move forward into God’s calling. If trauma has deprived us of a future vision, then life becomes meaningless. Based on these truths, both components have to be present in coaching: truth and vision. Depending on the extent of trauma in a person’s life, I may refer them to a counselor.