Christian Life Coach Training

Our Christian life coach training isn’t just for people who want to set up in business as a life coach.Lynne Lee Christian Life Coach

If you have a passion to help people get unstuck and experience breakthroughs then this Biblically based life coach training could be just what you’re looking for.

Christian Life Coaching transforms lives more powerfully than teaching or consulting, or pastoral care alone, bringing lasting, significant, sustainable life-transforming change.

If you are a minister or small group leader, or if you teach, or work with people pastorally, or if you’re a trained counsellor, or have already trained with a secular coach school, our Christian life coach training will better equip you to help the people in your care to change and grow so that they can become who God intended them to be and take hold of what He has for them.

Christian life coaching isn’t complicated and you can learn how to be an effective coach in as little as 10 weeks from the comfort of your home wherever in the world you live.

You’ll find all the details of our online training here Christian Life Coach Training

This is what some of my students have to say:

“I knew that coaching was about getting from where you are to where you want to be. What I didn’t know was that this course would take me from a place of very little knowledge about coaching to a whole new world of breakthrough for myself and others!!

I loved this course and I love coaching!! I especially love the way that as a result, God is beginning to use me to partner with Him to see lives transformed. It is so powerful!

While I will always be growing as a coach, this course has been an inspirational foundation and launchpad to give me a flying start! I cannot believe how much we have covered in 10 weeks but I have felt supported every step of the way.

Although fast-paced it is an exciting and exhilarating journey! It has left me feeling passionate about developing into the best coach that I can be and I am very grateful!” A T Hampshire

“Firstly I cannot believe that we have come to our final lecture. This has been one of my most enriching courses. I have looked forward to each lecture with such thirst. I must mention that I feel that this is partly due to the fact that YOU have taught it. You always share experiences and extra insight and motivate me with your personal generosity to teach so much more. I am so grateful that I was blessed to meet you. THANK YOU. You have not only increased my knowledge but enriched my personal growth journey!” P Bird

Who trains to be a coach? I get inquiries about coach training from

=> Pastors and small group leaders who want to train as a coach so they can more effectively help people in their care get breakthroughs

=> People who are unfulfilled at work and are exploring whether or not coaching might be a good career choice

=> Mums still caring for children who want to equip themselves to earn a part-time income doing something that will make a big difference while still being available for their family.

=> People who want to take the training because they think it will help them transform their own life

=> Counsellors who want to add coaching strategies to their skillset

=> People from all over the world who just know that they would like to train with me

Many of them have researched training options via the Internet and are confused by the range of choices. A lot of training organizations give the impression that their programme and their qualification is the most valid, or the only legitimate choice available.

Most courses require a large financial commitment, often before students have had an opportunity to discover whether what’s on offer is right for them.

Personally, I don’t think one route to becoming a life coach is more, or less, valid than another. This will be the case until a representative professional body regulates coaching and has responsibility for setting and monitoring standards of training and practice, and overseeing the continued development and application of coaching skills. Currently, there is no such official body. You do not have to be licensed to work as a coach.

This audio will answer your biggest questions

Why do people choose to train with us?

They choose us for a variety of reasons. They

  • Sense a connection with me when they get on the phone to talk about the training
  • Appreciate our attention to detail, our availability and the level of support and after care that’s offered
  • Recognise that for us this is a labour of love, an equipping ministry rather than a way of making lots of money



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