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Leadership Coaching: The disciplines, skills & heart of a Christian coach


Tony Stoltzfus (Virginia Beach, Virginia: Tony Stoltzfus 2005)

As a pioneer in the Christian coaching field, Tony Stoltzfus has trained hundreds of coaches and helped found an international coaching school, developing training materials used around the world. The book covers what makes a good coach, and how to develop the heart, disciplines and skills needed to be able to coach others in their lives. It looks at the power of coaching and how focusing on small areas to improve can make bigger impacts over time. Overflowing with powerful tools, real-life stories and application exercises, this book is a handbook on how to coach people to their full potential. It is an essential tool for anyone who wants to build a strong foundation in coaching.

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Dwell: Life With God for the World

Barry teaches pastoral theology and spiritual formation at Dallas Theological Seminary and is a teaching pastor at Irving Bible Church. He received his masters of theology degree from Dallas Seminary and his PhD in theology from Wheaton College.

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