We encourage you to consider allowing Promise Keepers' team of experienced Coaches take your Ministry with Men to the next level. Our Coaches will help your church set achievable goals, make appropriate plans to achieve those goals, develop a leadership team that will have a long-term vision for the ministry and walk with you through the inevitable challenges you will face.
Promise Keepers Coaches have visited regional centres for the past few years and are now Coaching churches nationwide. Your church can be involved in this exciting and unique program. Experience the reassurance that comes from having your own Coach to consult with. You don’t have to find your own direction by expensive trial and error when proven methods are available.
Promise Keepers is committed to the long-term success of your Ministry with Men and to serving men in local churches. Call us today and let’s work together!
HOW DOES COACHING WORK?
There are two levels that you can become involved in with Promise Keepers Ministry with Men Coaching:
The first level is Coaching Consultation for short-term help or specific issues.
The second level of Coaching is a Coaching Contract and this is where we start getting serious. At this level a church will sign a Coaching Contract with Promise Keepers and we will begin setting individual goals and plans that take into account what has been achieved already and the resources you have to move your Ministry with Men forward. A Coach will be assigned to you and will be available to support you by phone and email, and by face-to-face meetings when the Coaching team are in the area.
A DVD is available now of the Building Momentum meeting, including the much requested powerpoint presentation. This is a valuable tool to show to other people on your team who missed the meetings what it is all about. It is always difficult to describe seminar contents clearly to others, but having this DVD does the job for you. DVD $10 + p&p $5 Contact PK for a copy.
Capturing Momentum DVD is now also available for purchase.
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