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The Value of a Christian Life Coach

Do you have a heart for people? To see them transformed, free, and living out their purpose?

So does Jesus.

Perhaps you also sense a calling to be a Life Coach, so you go online and research how to become a Life Coach and discover so many options!

You find information about Life Coaching, and you also discover there is a path to becoming a Christian Life Coach!

As a Christian, you have the best foundationJesus – to be a Christian Life Coach. Continue reading to learn the value of being a Christian Life Coach.

Like secular Life Coaching, you will help your clients discover their values, barriers, purpose, and goals. But, as a Christian Life Coach, there’s an invaluable difference — you have access to all the treasures that accompany an intimate relationship with Jesus.

And what value does that hold for you and your clients? Let’s take a look at four of the many benefits.

1. You can coach your clients from a Biblical worldview.

A Biblical worldview allows you to coach your clients in alignment with God’s character and His Word. Christian Life Coaching also gives your clients an opportunity to see themselves, their goals, and their life purposes from God’s perspective rather than the world’s view.

2. You hear Jesus’ voice, and you can also help your clients discern His voice.

In John 10:27, Jesus says, “My sheep listen to my voice; I know them, and they follow me.” Because you hear His voice, you have so much more than practical tools at your disposal while you’re coaching your clients.

If you have a client willing to grow in discerning Jesus’ voice, you will have empowered them with supernatural abilities to align with His heart for them.

3. The Holy Spirit empowers you, and His presence guides you with your client.

As a Christian Life Coach empowered by the Holy Spirit, you bring His love, peace, and the truth of God into each coaching session.

4. Your clients will have a coach who is coaching in alignment with their values.

Have you ever tried to sell a product you didn’t believe in? For example, imagine you were a committed vegan trying to sell commercial beef. If you could do it at all, your heart simply wouldn’t be in it like it would if you were vegan and selling locally grown organic vegetables.

Life Coaching isn’t selling, but if you’re a Christ-follower utilizing secular ideology, you could feel like the vegan trying to sell commercial beef. As a Christian Life Coach, your clients have the benefit of being coached by someone in alignment with their beliefs.

Learn More About Becoming a Christian Life Coach

Are you ready to learn more about becoming a Christian Life Coach? We invite you to reach out to us at the Center for Christian Coaching and learn how to turn your passion and calling into a fulfilling career! We look forward to hearing from you!


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