Coaching

Working Closely With Pastors

CYN offers a two-year one-on-one coaching program to help emerging and existing leaders start or recalibrate a strategic ministry along with establishing a balanced personal life and healthy spiritual life. CYN believes the following VALUES are critical for a healthy and balanced ministry:

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Passion & Intimacy with God

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Solid Biblical Theology

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Exemplary Family and Personal Life

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Servant-Leadership

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Submission to Authority

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Healthy Relationships

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Clear Objectives from a God instilled Vision

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Organization and Structure

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After two years of one-on-one coaching, the outcomes of this program will be:

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Transferable Ministry Plan

At the conclusion there will be a plan approved by the Lead Pastor, fully implemented and transferable to any future successor.

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Personal Life Plan

each emerging leader will develop a plan to realize a healthy and balanced personal life.

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Individual Spiritual Priorities

Each emerging leader will commit to foundational elements of a Biblical worldview, living like Christ and daily spiritual disciplines to create healthy life-long spiritual habits.

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Career Path Direction

Assistance given to help the leader in directing their next steps in their vocational journey.

“I now have a tangible ministry plan on paper, which previously existed only in my head. I am able to present my thoughts and ideas in a clearer sense, and can better hold myself accountable to what I intend to do. I think my ministry is much more unified and connected than it previously was. I also feel that the current strength of my leadership team is a direct result of this experience.”

“The CYN coaching has been very accommodating of the particular issues of our church context. Rather than attempting to force us into a predetermined mould, they have engaged a creative process with us that includes flexibility and reflects our distinct church identity and setting. I would encourage other churches to engage this process for the strengthening of their own youth workers and ministries.”

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