What is a Christian Life Coach?
When it comes to becoming a life coach, there are lots of opportunities out there for you. If you are someone who enjoys helping people reach their potential, life coaching could be the right choice for you. For those who are passionate about healing and growth through Christ and the word of God, becoming a Christian Life Coach is the perfect career.
What do Christian life coaches do?
Like many other types of life coaches, Christian life coaches, seek to help people make and achieve goals to improve their lives. Christian life coaches specifically focus on asking Scripture-based questions that help their clients define their desires of the heart and listen to the voice of the Holy Spirit. Christian life coaches then use help their clients close the gap between who they are now and who God is calling them to be.
Should a Christian be a life coach?
Becoming a Christian life coach is a great way to serve others in your community. While professions like mentoring, counseling, and disciplining are more focused on fixing the past, life coaching is focused on the future.
You can think of your job as being a spiritual detective who helps your clients find God through the following tenets:
- You are created in God’s image.
- God is sovereign.
- God knows everything about you.
- God guides, equips, and empowers His children.
- Real fulfillment is found through living in line with God’s plans and principles.
How much do Christian Life Coaches make?
Your salary as a Christian life coach will depend on your clientele and experience. Some Christian life coaches can make upwards of $200,000. The most important part of starting your career as a Christian life coach is creating a community that will help you succeed in becoming closer to God. Resources like Coach Rally and the International Coach Federation can help you do this.
Do you need a degree to become a Christian life coach?
You do not need a degree or license to become a Christian life coach. All you need is a strong relationship and calling to God and the desire to help your community. If you think that becoming a Christian life coach might be the right decision for you, Coach Rally has resources to help you on your journey.
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