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Coaching benefits the coach as well as the person being coached.

A lot of potential coaches are swamped with responsibilities, often feeling like they don’t have a lot of extra to give. However, God in his wisdom designed coaching relationships to be a blessing to both parties. After coaching, people are often able to “share the load” in a way that helps the coach!

In one sense, coaching is like being a Barnabas. Called the “son of encouragement” in the New Testament, he took Paul under his wing and helped him step into God’s calling, and later did the same thing with John Mark. The basics of coaching aren’t difficult; anyone can learn them..

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*Taken From Coaching 101 Summary By Robert Logan

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