Coaching Christian Leaders

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Coaching Christian Leaders helps ministry, business, and military leaders accomplish God's calling for their lives. This podcast will interview pastors, authors, Christian businessmen, and others. It will also provide Christ-Focused coaching that will help you get unstuck, build sustainable systems, stay focused, streamline tasks, reduce stress, and stay on time.

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  • How to Overcome the Distractions of Life - Episode 37

    How to Overcome the Distractions of Life - Episode 37

    30/04/2020 Duración: 34min

    Today we will speak with Pastor Sherman Burkhead, the senior pastor at First Baptist Church of Boron California. Sherman, a former atheist, is passionate about sharing the hope of the gospel with his community and with the world. He Shared His testimony Why he wrote the book, Distracted: Finding God in a Chaotic World How distractions impact our relationship with God A realistic view of time with the Savior How fear leads to distraction The Distracted Church And some words of encouragement for those pastors who are thinking about writing a book. Important Information His book: Distracted: Finding God in a Chaotic World His website: Shermanburkhead.com His church: First Baptist Church, Boron, CA Closing Thoughts I am in the process of creating an online Outreach & Discipleship Workshop. If you are interested in more information email me at Mark@CoachingChristianLeaders.com Thanks for listening to Coaching Christian Leaders. Keep up with the podcast by subscribing. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Goo

  • How to Share Your Faith Without Fear - Episode 36

    How to Share Your Faith Without Fear - Episode 36

    31/03/2020 Duración: 46min

    Author, evangelist, and broadcaster, Jeff Jerina shares his passion for equipping believers to share their faith. Jeff is the creator of the Men Unplugged podcast. He has also written the book, Faith Without Fear: How to Share What You Believe With Confidence and Power.  Jeff shared His faith story His passion for teaching others to share their faith Why so few believers share their faith How pastors can encourage their congregation to witness Why every believer, regardless of gifting, is called to share How the training portion of his book can be used to build an outreach team The Men Unplugged podcast His Book and Other Resouces Faith Without Fear: How to Share What You Believe With Confidence and Power Men Unplugged Podcast Closing Thoughts Thanks for listening to Coaching Christian Leaders. I just finished leading a small church outreach workshop. A group of 12 pastors and missionaries came together and we worked on local outreach, discipleship, and church assimilation. It was a great time and although

  • Making Disciples in the Military - Episode 35

    Making Disciples in the Military - Episode 35

    02/03/2020 Duración: 34min

    How can you and your church make an eternal difference in the lives of the military? One way is to get behind the great work of Military Evangelism.  Pastor Dave Mason, the Executive Director of Military Evangelism shares the great work they are doing with US Marines in Jacksonville, North Carolina. He Shared His career before the ministry The mission of Military Evangelism How this mission is accomplished How they provide a home away from home How military members are developed as followers of Christ How you can get behind this ministry Contact Info Website: www.MilitaryFellowshipMinistry.com Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram: @MFCJAX Closing Thoughts Thanks for listening to Coaching Christian Leaders. I just finished leading a small church outreach workshop. A group of 12 pastors and missionaries came together and we worked on local outreach, discipleship, and church assimilation. It was a great time and although I was the facilitator, I learned a great deal from these men. Over the next several months I w

  • Learn to Master Your Emotions and Avoid Burnout - Episode 34

    Learn to Master Your Emotions and Avoid Burnout - Episode 34

    03/02/2020 Duración: 44min

    Is it possible to master your emotions, better handle relationships, and avoid burnout? It is for the emotionally intelligent pastor.  Dr. Jeannie Clarkson, the author of The Emotionally Intelligent Pastor shares her expertise. She Shared: Why so many pastors are struggling. How to recognize emotional exhaustion. The Five Common Leadership Challenges that lead to burnout. The biblical basis for emotional intelligence. How to manage conflict. Her Book The Emotionally Intelligent Pastor: A Guide for Clergy and Other Church Leaders Contact Info and Free E-Book Free E-Book - How to Prevent Conflict by Building Trust Contact her at her website - www.JeannieMillerClarkson.com Closing Thoughts Thanks for listening to this episode of Coaching Christian Leaders. Please subscribe to Coaching Christian Leaders and never miss an episode. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and most any podcast app. Also, visit our Facebook Page and leave a review there or join the conversation.  Whe

  • How to Lead Your Sunday School and Small Group Programs - Episode 33

    How to Lead Your Sunday School and Small Group Programs - Episode 33

    30/12/2019 Duración: 47min

    How can you grow and lead your discipleship programs? Which is best - Sunday School or Small Groups? How can you do both effectively?  Dwight Moss of Sunday School Home Group Trainers has decades of experience in leading and growing both Sunday School programs and Small Group Programs.  He Shared: His testimony How he got involved in Christian education The future of Sunday School The impact Small Groups has on Sunday School How these discipleship programs can function as evangelism arms of the church Whether or not to make you Small Group closed or open Leadership responsibilities Small church issues with discipleship His work as a trainer, consultant, and coach How to Contact Dwight His email is Dwight@DwightMoss.com His website is SSTrainers.org His Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/watch/SSsmallgrouptrainers/ Closing Thoughts Thanks for listening to this episode of Coaching Christian Leaders. Please subscribe to Coaching Christian Leaders and never miss an episode. You can subscribe on Apple Pod

  • Servant Leadership with John Whitehead - Episode 32

    Servant Leadership with John Whitehead - Episode 32

    17/10/2019 Duración: 39min

    Today we sit down with John Wallace Whitehead. John is a Bi-Vocational Pastor and a business owner. He is also the author of the book Servant Leadership: Leading Today for a Better Tomorrow. John shared.... How he came to Christ. The leadership vacuum found in our families. The leadership vacuum found in our churches. His examples of servant leadership. A definition of servant leadership. The key differences between hierarchical and servant leadership.  Steps to take to become a servant leader. How to train young pastors to adopt servant leadership. His Books Servant Leadership: Leading Today for a Better Tomorrow Where is God in His Church? Contact Info His Website: http://www.johnwallacewhitehead.com/ His email: John@jwcompanies.net Closing Thoughts Thanks for listening to this episode of Coaching Christian Leaders. Please subscribe to Coaching Christian Leaders and never miss an episode. You can subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, iHeartRadio, and most any podcast app. Also, visit our Fac

  • Live a Life That is Faithful  Fearless - Episode 31

    Live a Life That is Faithful & Fearless - Episode 31

    26/09/2019 Duración: 50min

    A life lived in response to one's values is a life that is both faithful and fearless. Sue Salvemini shares with us 7 keys that will impact and influence the lives we touch. Today we speak with executive coach Sue Salvemini, the founder, and president of Focal Pointe Inc. She is also the author of Leadership by Choice: 7 Keys for Maximizing Your Impact and Influence in the Workplace.  Sue shares with us: Who Jesus is for her and how God gave her the vision for her work How her experience as a commissioned officer in the United States Army impacted her leadership Her leadership philosophy What the greatest challenges are for C-level leaders Her challenges when coaching C-level leaders Her purpose for writing Leadership by Choice Why it is essential to know and follow your values The importance of giving praise and recognition Contact Info Sue's email is Sue@focalpointeinc.com Her Book and Website Leadership by Choice: 7 Keys for Maximizing Your Impact and Influence in the Workplace.  https://focalpointeinc.c

  • What Happens When You Make Jesus Your Managing Director - Episode 30

    What Happens When You Make Jesus Your Managing Director - Episode 30

    29/08/2019 Duración: 34min

    What happens when you make Jesus the Managing Director of your business? Restauranteur Peter Demos shares how his new faith in Christ changed him personally and as a leader. Today we sit down with businessman Peter Demos. Peter is the President of Demos Brands. Demos Brands includes PDK Southern Kitchen and Market, Peter D's Restaurants, and Demos Restaurants. Peter is also the author of the book, Afraid to Trust: One Man's Journey Into the Love of God.  What We Covered Why Peter rejected Christ for so long. Why his new faith created such an internal struggle. How his new faith personally changed him. How his faith changed his approach to business. How he handled the community backlash when his businesses began to honor Christ. How a Christian business owner defines success. Some leadership insights for pastors. Resources Peter's book: Afraid to Trust Contact Info Afraidtotrust.com Closing Thoughts If you have enjoyed this podcast, please review the podcast at iTunes, Google Podcasts, or wherever you listen

  • Giving Hope to the Japanese People - Episode 29

    Giving Hope to the Japanese People - Episode 29

    06/08/2019 Duración: 31min

    Tom and Amy McVicker love Jesus and they love the people of Japan. For those reasons, soon they will be heading to Japan to bring the hope of Christ to the Japanese people. Today, Tom and Amy share their journey and their heart. You will learn how Christ called them to missions. They will also share some of their joys and frustrations with building a support team. Below you will find their contact information. Please email Tom and Amy with any questions you may have about their ministry. Also, let them know you desire to support them as a prayer partner. When this interview was recorded, the McVickers were just over 50 percent support. Now at this release, they are over 80 percent. Please consider financially supporting the McVickers. Just one percent of their support - about $85 dollars per month - would make all the difference. Use the email address below to find out more on supporting the McVickers. Contact Info Email: ramcvicker@abwe.cc Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/mcvickerclan/ or The McVicker

  • Create a faith-based Financial Life Plan - Episode 28

    Create a faith-based Financial Life Plan - Episode 28

    06/06/2019 Duración: 18min

    1. Fran, you worked 20 years in the field of chemical manufacturing and then one day you switched careers to financial planning. What led you to that decision? 2. There must have been some hardships when you changed careers. What were some of those and how did you navigate them? 3. In your bio, you say that guiding Christians in financial stewardship is a passion. Tell us why this is? 4. You've created a website to guide Christians in their financial life. Tell us about this website and what our listeners can find there. 5. Is this website designed for beginners or someone with more advanced knowledge of personal finance? 6. If a listener to this podcast wants to sign up to be a Founding Member on your website for the low price of $100 giving them access for a full year, what would they need to do? 7. Is your website just for individuals or will you be marketing it to groups as well? 8. Many of my listeners are pastors. Most pastors, when they speak about money, it is along the lines of tithing. Many people s

  • Your 30-60-90 Day Plan - Episode 27

    Your 30-60-90 Day Plan - Episode 27

    29/05/2019 Duración: 13min

      Hi, this is Mark Jones and today I want to share a story about how I completely overhauled the most important ministry of the church and did not lose one member. But before we get into that, I want to thank you for listening to Coaching Christian Leaders.  I truly appreciate your support. Since episode 22 we have been studying how to lead change in your organization. We learned that all changes go through three distinct phases. First, something must end. Then the second phase is what Dr. William Bridges in his book Managing Transitions the neutral zone. And finally, the third phase is the starting of something new. Today we are going to talk about starting that new ministry. And I will have several coaching questions for you that will help with the startup In the last episode, we focused on the work going on while you are between the old and the new – the neutral zone phase. I recommended that create and manage a transition management team. This team is preparing future leaders, creating the necessary mater

  • How to Lead Your Church through the Wilderness of Change - Episode 26

    How to Lead Your Church through the Wilderness of Change - Episode 26

    08/03/2019 Duración: 21min

    There is a place where any great opportunity for change can die. It's a no man's land, a wilderness, filled with temptations and riddled with the bones of past failures.  How do you avoid such? Today, we cover just that. So about four episodes back, episode number 22, we started looking at how to lead change. At, first we considered two simple questions that will help your board or congregation consider changes. Then we began to look at Dr. William Bridges ideas on change and transition. Dr. Bridges, in his book, Managing Transitions, teaches that all changes go through three stages of transition – An ending, the neutral zone, and the new beginning. If this is the first episode you are listening to on change leadership, I suggest you go back to episode 22 and work up to this one. In episode 24 we finished our work on how to end something. Today we will look at that phase between ending the old thing and starting the new – the area called the neutral zone. I do not know anything about Dr. Bridges spiritual bac

  • How To Rebound From Sin and Failure - Episode 25

    How To Rebound From Sin and Failure - Episode 25

    28/02/2019 Duración: 45min

    Can you ever recover from failure and sin? Will God ever use you again? Or are you stuck on the sidelines, never to serve again? Pastor Bill Baldwin answers these questions. Currently, Bill is the Senior Pastor of Harvest Church in Albemarle, North Carolina. He is also the author of the book, Rebound: Rising From Failure Back to Purpose and Destiny. Bill Shared His Testimony 1:10 The inspiration for his book, Rebound: Rising from Failure Back to Purpose and Destiny. 3:35 The purpose and the intended reader of Rebound 9:55 Why people feel as if God has abandoned them 13:45 How we should understand God’s love when we sin and fail 18:30 The right way to understand repentance 21:35 His C.H.R.I.S.T. outline  26:55 Some simple steps to experience rebound 31:45 His counsel for the person who cannot forgive himself. 38:44 Closing Thoughts Please share this episode, especially with those struggling with failure. Also, give the gift of Bill's book, Rebound: Rising from Failure Back to Purpose and Destiny. If you have

  • How to Communicate Change to Your Congregation - Episode 24

    How to Communicate Change to Your Congregation - Episode 24

    21/02/2019 Duración: 18min

    How to Communicate Change to Your Congregation This year, 2019, we are focusing our efforts on how to lead change. In episode 23 we addressed in part how to end something. Dr. William Bridges in his book Managing Transitions tells us that change begins when you first end something. Ending the current thing is part of starting something new. Dr. Bridges separates change from a transition. When you when you decide to change something, say your service times, that is just a change. A transition is a process of ending the former service times and then adopting the new service times. A transition is made up of three phases – An ending (the current thing must end), the neutral zone, and the new beginning. In the last episode, we focused on the ending phase.  I covered 5 questions to help you end something. Here again, are those questions. What is actually ending? Who is losing what? What are the secondary changes your change will cause? How will people react emotionally to this change? Is this change something the

  • Five Coaching Questions To Help You End a Ministry - Episode 23

    Five Coaching Questions To Help You End a Ministry - Episode 23

    14/02/2019 Duración: 16min

    In the last episode, episode 22, we began to learn how to lead change.  All leaders must have a clear idea of how to take their organization through change. This ability to lead change is essential. The good news is ability is something we can learn. And the steps that I will be covering with you can be applied to big changes or small changes. As I said in the last episode, I greatly value the work of Dr. William Bridges. Dr. Bridges wrote several books on change, both on personal change and organizational change. If you see change on the horizon for your church or ministry, I suggest you read Managing Transitions, by Dr. William Bridges. I will have a link to this book in the show notes. Dr. Bridges differentiates between change and transition. Change is just that, change. You say we are going to change the carpet. That’s the change. A transition is the process of removing the old carpet and getting new. According to Dr. Bridges, transition involves three phases. All transitions begin with an ending. That’s

  • How To Lead Change - Episode 22

    How To Lead Change - Episode 22

    07/02/2019 Duración: 14min

    There will come a time, probably sooner than later, that you will need to make a change. You will need to change something at your church. Over the next few episodes, we will look at how you can lead your church through change. The principles I will cover apply to big changes as well as small. Obviously, changing your worship music is a bigger change than changing your carpet color. But the steps are the same. Now, Over the past 12 years, I have taken the church I pastor through several changes. And I foresee more changes in the immediate future. I’m not going to tell you what I need to change but I will share this fact – I believe everything but one thing is open to change Listen to 1 Timothy 3:15b “the church of the living God, a pillar and buttress of the truth.” I understand those words this way. The local church is the protector, the fortress of the truth, of the Gospel. The gospel never changes. The truth found in God’s word never changes. And the local church is called upon to protect that truth in its

  • Small-Town Pastors Conference

    Small-Town Pastors' Conference

    23/10/2018 Duración: 11min

    October 8-10th, 2018, I attended the RHMA Small-Town Pastors’ Conference. RHMA stands for Rural Home Missionary Association. This conference was held in Lancaster Pennsylvania. It was a great conference. Why? Well, I want to share some of the reasons I enjoyed it – who was there, what I learned – and then encourage you to consider attending the next one. There is on scheduled for April 8-10, 2019 in Morton Illinois. Morton is about 10 miles southeast of Peoria. The primary speakers for the event were Ed Stetzer, Dr. Eugene Habecker, Jared Wilson, and Jason McConnell. All the speakers spoke to the heart and to the situation of the small-church small-town pastor. Often when a small church pastor attends a typical pastors’ conference, they feel out of place because so much of the information is geared towards large churches and their staff. This is not the case at the RHMA conference. But for me, the real highlight of the conference was meeting other small-church pastors. These are hard working men.  They love J

  • Simple Tools to Build Your Church

    Simple Tools to Build Your Church

    16/10/2018 Duración: 54min

    Hugh Plappert is a businessman, an innovator, and a man who loves Jesus Christ. And Hugh loves to help churches grow and help churches disciple their people. Today, Hugh will share how his product, ChurchGrowthinaBox.com is a great tool that will help both small and large churches reach people and disciple people. Hugh Shares How he and his family came to know Jesus as their Savior How his life in business has been used to help ministries and spread the Gospel An overview of ChurchGrowthinaBox.com How his website builds disciples His upcoming Webinar - How to Launch a Disciple-Making Year Without Hours of Meetings. Resources Church Growth in a Box Website Upcoming Webinar - How to Launch a Disciple-Making Year without Hours of Meetings. Tuesday, November 6th, 11:00 am Central Time. Closing Thoughts  If you are the pastor of a small church and need some support, some coaching, then contact me. You can reach me at Mark@CoachingChristianLeaders.com.  Over the past month, the leaders I have spoken with have tal

  • How to Uncomplicate Discipleship - Episode 19

    How to Uncomplicate Discipleship - Episode 19

    26/09/2018 Duración: 36min

    Today we visit with Dr. Warren Haynes, the author of the book Discipleship Uncomplicated.  Dr. Haynes is the National Director of Contextualized Leadership Development for Gateway Seminary. His work puts him at the forefront of leadership training and disciple-making. Today he shares from his book, Discipleship Uncomplicated. He shared His faith story and how it links to his current work - 00:45 His position as the National Director of Contextualized Leadership Development for Gateway Seminary - 3:30 The intended reader of his book, Discipleship Uncomplicated - 5:44 Why his book is unique - 5:30 An example of real-life disciple-making - 9:40 A definition of a disciple - 11:40 Eight principles of disciple-making - 13:45 Love God, Love People What’s Your Name? Let’s Pray This is for You Let Me Share a Story; Tell Me Your Story Come with Me Gather People How to Multiply Leaders The difference between being a disciple and making a disciple - 18:00 Why is it important in the disciple-making process to help or

  • Teach Kids to Fall in Love with Jesus - Episode 18

    Teach Kids to Fall in Love with Jesus - Episode 18

    14/08/2018 Duración: 31min

    Why is it essential that kids fall in love with Jesus? What must be done to ensure children and youth retain their faith as they grow up? How do you teach and disciple young people? These are some of the questions Ben Palacz and Tony Trussoni answer today on Coaching Christian Leaders. Ben Palacz is the Family and Children’s Discipleship Pastor at Curtis Baptist Church in Augusta, Georgia. Tony Trussoni is the Student and Family Pastor at Faith Family Church in Finksburg, Maryland. These men are also the creators and hosts of The Theological Family Ministry Podcast. Both of these men share their expertise in family ministry. They Share How they ended up in Family Ministry – 1:00 How to define Family Ministry – 3:20 How to connect with the parents – 5:00 Ensuring faith retention – 6:20 How family ministry can reach different ages – 7:40 Why Christ must capture their hearts – 10:00 Should children ministry be separated from adult ministry – 11:30 The role of the Senior Pastor in family ministry – 15:00 The pur

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