Rev. Gary Step shows how churches can simplify their administrative structure, freeing ministry leaders to dream and act boldly.
Naomi García outlines the coaching and conflict resolution resources available to those in ministry transition in the Michigan Conference.
The Michigan Conference recently met its goal to provide coaches to any leader in ministry transition who wanted one. Anyone who has been involved in coaching or who is interested… Continue Reading Conference celebrates coaching goal met
Explore Coaching – What is it and how you can be involved. Come and celebrate with us to learn more! This event is free to all attendees. Join us virtually… Continue Reading Coaching Celebration
In 2020, ten young adults of The Michigan Conference made up a new pilot group of Ministry Incubators. Ministry Incubation now moves on to a second phase involving local churches.
On June 1, 2021, the Rev. Alice Townley began a short-term appointment on the staff of The Michigan Conference. We welcome her as a builder of the Beloved Community.
Michigan Conference-trained coaches are helping leaders experiencing transition. These one-hour coaching sessions last for 12-14 months. Want a coach? Fill out the Coaching Request Form.
Coaching can be hard to describe. Naomi Garcia suggests that knitting–making and connecting loops into something attractive and useful–is similar to the coaching experience.
Step up your effectiveness as a leader and help others do the same. Basic Coach Training is your road to fresh insights and new action.
Coaches training begins next week. This is a great opportunity to enhance your personal and professional life while helping others by asking deep-diving questions to encourage new perspectives.