At any stage in your spiritual growth, you can hit a point where you need inspiration, input, ideas, guidance and accountability that just aren’t coming on their own. You’re looking at all the different Bible studies, prayer materials, sermons, and other spiritual disciplines, and you’re wondering what on earth you’ve gotten yourself into.
You feel overwhelmed and frustrated.
You got the vision, but you’re having a hard time following through. Stuck. Mired down in the middle of everyday life and hard times. Will you accomplish your goals? A Bible reading plan would help, but you still actually read the Word. It would be nice to talk through what you are learning about —someone you can bounce ideas off of, to share your struggles with. For now, your friends listen when they can but they have their own troubles and concerns.
Or you’re trying to organize your prayer life and stick with a plan to reach your spiritual goals. You’re set on learning new disciplines and growing closer to God, but you keep second-guessing yourself and getting sidetracked. You’d like to know if your on the right path. And you could use accountability, but who’s going to hold you to it?
You’re trying all the "right" things—asking Google for solutions—about everything from choosing the best Bible translation to learning how to pray like a warrior, but you’re turning up a sea of ideas and recommendations, unsure what applies to your particular situation in your particular season of life.
If you keep going down this path, you’ll find answers. Eventually. Or you could take a smarter, more efficient path, with a friend to guide you.
3 years ago, I felt stuck.
I had spent years at a church that didn’t really feel like home. I spent a few more years trying to find a place where I could feel comfortable. Just when I thought I’d found that place I realized that I was in serious danger.
You see, Satan was waiting for me in the pews of that church. He served in ministry. Knew all the right words and had all the right people vouching for him. No one even batted an eye when I married him less than 3 months after meeting him.
It would prove to be the most difficult time in my life to date. There were times when I was sure that I was going to either die or go crazy.
I didn’t know who to trust. And it seemed like everywhere I turned for help I got a door slammed in my face. I was desperate. I needed some hope and help and support. I didn’t know where to turn.
Finally in a moment of despair I cried out to God for help and answers. He didn’t answer immediately like I had hoped. But over the course of a year He walked with me as I learned to heal, stand up for myself and began to trust again.
Even in my darkest moments God never abandoned me. He was there every step of the way. Showing me who He was and how much He cared for me.
It was the hardest season of my life but it was also a season where I grew the most spiritually. I learned how to study my Bible and how to pray my way to victory. As a result, my relationship with God deeper than ever and my faith has become unshakable.
I know exactly what it’s like to feel like there’s no hope in your situation. To know that there’s more to life than simply surviving crisis after crisis but not knowing how to get out of the cycle. To know without a doubt that the answer to all your problems is God but feeling like you just don’t have time for Him.
Looking back, I can see how working with a coach in the beginning of my struggles would have eased my mind and given me valuable input and clarity. That person could have addressed why I wasn't feeling connected to God or anyone else. Why I didn't feel like I had enough time to pray or read the Word. And why, when I had all my ducks in a row I was still slacking when it came to my faith. I would have gained confidence and grown much faster with a spiritual growth coach.
Having endured a lot of heartache and pain in the recent years of my spiritual growth—and having the privilege of encouraging and helping so many other Christian women in recent years—I urge you to avoid floundering around, trying to figure things out on your own.
Invite a coach into your faith walk.
As Christian women, we need people to invest in us, and that’s what a spiritual growth coach does. A coach will offer you knowledge and insights, a customized plan for your goals, and accountability when you set a schedule. A coach can help you identify and eliminate obstacles to your spiritual growth.
Wouldn’t you love to move forward in your walk with God with more confidence, with your questions answered, with a concrete plan that builds in accountability?
You can have that faith walk. A small group can offer some of that, though everyone else in the group comes with their own goals and needs, as well. Listening to podcasts and reading blog posts can help provide input, though not necessarily specific to your needs on any given day. Hiring a coach will focus on you.
I would love to be your coach.
Investing in other women has become my passion. As your spiritual growth coach, I will work with you to identify and clear hurdles so you can move forward with confidence. No matter where you’re at in your faith journey, I can come alongside you as your personal coach, working one-on-one to help you make significant progress.
Are you ready to:
If so, you’re ready to invest in your spiritual growth.
I understand all those struggles either from personal experience or from walking clients through them. Committed to your success, I coach you to overcome them, addressing each challenge, supplying you with strategies and systems, offering professional input, and accompanying you on this otherwise solitary journey.
My clients have seen significant growth in their faith. Consistent time spent in prayer and Bible study. Hearing clearly from God and experiencing peace, joy and hope. Finding confidence in studying on their own and the motivation to keep growing.
With me on the other end of the line (Skype, phone or email), you’ll have access to my life coaching skills and relatable personality as we work one-on-one to solve your spiritual growth problems. I listen carefully and speak love in truth. I marvel at the big picture and the tiny details. I’ll tap into all of that to offer specific feedback that can take your faith to the next level.
You don’t need to be alone anymore. You don’t need to lose any more time signing up for programs that may or may not address your specific issues. You can start finishing the goals you start and prioritizing your time for prayer and Bible study, feeling confident as your understanding of the Word and ability to hear from God grow.
You might not even need me for long. After you finally the receive and integrate personalized input you’ve needed all this time, you’ll be able to head out with confidence on your own.
One-on-One Coaching is customized to each client, offering such benefits as:
Your initial Consultation Call:
You'll walk away from your 30-minute Spiritual Life Coaching call with a clear action plan for growing stronger in your faith and closer to God. We will talk about your unique circumstances, where you are, why you feel stuck and where you'd like to move forward in your walk with God.
This initial consultation will allow you to see what coaching is like and decide if it's right for you. You'll learn how I can support you in your specific needs and journey. This is a great first step towards figuring out what's standing in the way of an intimate relationship with God!
After the call you'll receive a recording of our conversation, a customized action plan and any resources specific to your needs.
I believe you’ll achieve your spiritual growth goals—and hear more clearly from God! Don’t you want to see what that looks like in your life?
Let's find out!
Schedule your appointment today by clicking on the button below. You'll receive and email from me with 24 hours with information on how to get started.