Ministry Coaching with Coach Kevin Tucker
The book of Psalms in the Bible talks about being still and patiently waiting — something that we can certainly relate to during a career transition. It’s lessons like these that I’ve learned through my faith that have allowed me to become an ordained minister, as well as a better career coach.
What I’ve found is that no matter what your beliefs are, being successful is about operating within your gifts, talents, and abilities. Faith can be a great motivator in all this.
Recently, I shared a sermon entitled “What is God’s Dream for You?”. Listen to it here — with my compliments — to find out what He has in store for you.
Your Special Day
Although I’m not currently pastoring a church, I am still ordinated and consider it a great privilege to be involved with a couple’s commitment to each other. I am in the process of developing a neighborhood chapel in order to share with and give back to the local community. Please contact Kevin for more information and resources.
Ministry Coaching, Camps, Retreats, and Motivational Talks
If you are working through church staff issues, coping with the demands as a senior pastor, or even if you are the spouse of someone who is in ministry — I know how tough it can be to balance family and pastoral philosophies.
But, who can you to talk with — and more importantly — feel safe opening up to? Partnering with Coach Kevin as your ministry coach could be your answer.
Let me know how I can help, a conversation is a great way to start!
A Story About Ministry Coaching with Coach Kevin
During times of joy and sorrow, I’m often reminded how important it is to have someone that understands.
On one such occasion where I was reminded of this, I was serving as a pastor in northern California where my team and I completed a rather large community outreach that impacted hundreds of families.
A few days later, a family called the church asking for assistance. Their grandmother had passed away and they were a little lost.
After I officiated at the funeral, one of the family members came forward to thank me saying, “That was wonderful; the stories; the events of her life you shared. How many years did you know her?”
I had not known her at all, at least before I took the time to learn about her, about her story – from her family members and friends.
Sometimes, all it takes is someone who really listens.