When I went through my certification training, my Life Coach painted us the picture of Biblical life coaches as architects. An architect comes alongside the builder and listens to the vision and then helps to draw up the blueprints so that the builder knows what and how to build. The architect can’t actually DO the building… that’s not his job.
So, as a Life Coach, my job is to meet with a client in order to discuss 4 specific things:
Awareness: This is crucial. What’s going on? Where are you today?
Vision: Where is it that you want to go? What has given you this direction?
Obstacles: What’s in your way? What things are going to need to be overcome to reach your vision?
Action: What’s the plan? How do we get from where you are to where you want to be?
As a Biblical life coach, I am committed to helping you through the process of seeking the Lord first in all that your decisions and allowing the Holy Spirit to transform your heart and mind along the way. I can’t have all the answers for you. I can only come alongside you and help you with thought-provoking questions, giving you space to tell me your story, and being an accountability for you as the journey continues.
This is such a weighty privilege for me! I have walked with several women through really difficult, hard things in their lives and I am thankful for the process of Life Coaching as I’ve been encouraged to move forward towards vision and growth. This life isn’t easy, and we weren’t meant to do it alone!
I encourage you to schedule a no-obligation, no-cost inquiry call with me to explore how Biblical life coaching could be an invaluable part of this season of your life and ministry. I promise to listen, to pray with you, and to wait for the Spirit’s direction for your life!