Ministry Leadership Coaching
More and more ministry leaders are discovering that the demands placed on them, day in and day out, involve leadership challenges for which they have little or no training. Senior pastors, associate pastors, executive pastors, youth, children, and young adult ministry workers have all seen their capacity, confidence, and joy in ministry vastly increase through work with an executive leadership coach from the Ministry Architects' team.
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What Previous Clients Have Said:
In this short time period, the depth of their leadership capabilities shines forth when our SRT sometimes cannot see the path forward. MA provides a path, not just with documents, schedules and an evaluation of church issues, but provides quality professionals that keeps the focus on the spirit of a way forward, not just guidelines to follow. It is Sara and Aly's spirit of kindness, patience, forgiveness (when SRT blows a deadline) and encouragement that carries the banner high for the SRT to follow. Sara and Aly's warmth and professionalism fosters teamwork within our SRT and our church in all that they say and do.
Ministry Architects' assessment of the United Church's current ministry has been invaluable both in the search process and also to our overall understanding of our strengths and "growing edges." That helps us build on those strengths and address the areas that need our attention. Because of their good work, we can be more faithful to God's call as we look to the future of our congregation and its ministry
We have been impressed with the intentionality in MA’s getting to know our congregation’s characteristics and personality and possibilities, and their expertise in providing some systems and structures that we can implement to grow toward our goals. They keep us accountable, too! They have been a joy to work with and we would recommend them to any congregation interested in exploring ways to become more effective in making disciples.