Navigating the waters of ministry can be overwhelming. Coaching can help you get to the next level of adaptive leadership in your church setting.
Churches are in a season of change. As church leaders, we need to be able to adapt to the culture around us. The message stays the same, but how we deliver the message might need to be redefined. How are you seeing the change around you as an opportunity for something new? Can you live into the next season with grace and excitement?
"Dear Sarah, Thank you for sharing your coaching gift with me.
I feel so blessed. Grace and Peace."
Sarah is excited about her new book release "One Pilgrim of Many on the Camino de Santiago." She hopes it empowers others to take the journey. Sarah is an ordained elder in the Baltimore Washington Conference of the United Methodist Church. She received both her Master of Divinity and her Doctorate of Ministry in Church Leadership from Wesley Theological Seminary. She has served both small and large churches. She is an International Coaching Federation Certified Coach. Her passion lies in helping others reach their full potential. Having authored several articles found in Leading Ideas from the Lewis Center for Church Leadership, she is also a co-author of Reclaiming the Wesleyan Tradition: John Wesley's Sermons for Today. She has recently published a 7 week sermon series and accompanying 7 week devotional designed to help people share their "God Stories" in order to help others know the God who created them. One of Sarah's greatest joys in life is being the mother of two daughters, the mother-in-law to their husbands and the grandmother to five beautiful grandchildren. Passionate about music, Sarah likes to sing and she plays French Horn in the Columbia Orchestra, located in Columbia, Maryland. A lover of outdoors, in her free time she enjoys hiking, biking and kayaking. Her deepest desire is for everyone to hear the Gospel message, and know that Jesus loves them.
One Pilgrim of Many on the Camino de Santiago: In Search of Spiritual Renewal
We are spiritual beings. Each of us seeks, we yearn to know more about ourselves and the One who created us to be. Our desire to know and to be fully known can take us down many roads. My longing took me to Chârtres, France, the Taizé Community, and the Camino de Santiago from France to Spain.
While it is full of color pictures, this is not a handbook on “how to do the Camino.” Rather, this is encouragement, my daily blog, and lessons I learned, to remind you that you CAN grow in your own spiritual journey, no matter where you are in life. There are some “Camino hacks” that I learned along the way. May this book encourage you on your Camino, wherever it may be.
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