Christian Coaches Network International is a membership organization of Christian coaching professionals started by Judy Santos, MCC in 1998. Our coaches represent a broad cross-section of life, career, business, ministry and leadership experience, expertise and specialty focus. Member coaches share a common love for the Lord Jesus Christ and a commitment to striving for excellence in delivering their various services, products, and programs. Since 1998, Christian Coaches Network International, a non-profit organization, has been the leading credentialing body in the field of Christian coaching, helping to ensure professional competence and a common standard of excellence and ethics in Christian practice.
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How To Become a Coach
Have you made the decision to become a coach? Chances are you have many questions on what to do next but you don't want to spend hours running Google searches or reading articles that are just a sales pitches. To help you get started, we pulled together some of our favorite resources to help you become an effective Christian Coach!
How To Grow Your Coaching Skills
Are you a practising coach looking for ways to sharpen your coaching, business, and communication skills? CCNI provides ongoing training, networking, and continuing educational opportunities. We also have many members who are top professional Christian Coaches ready to mentor and grow you as a coach.
How To Build A Coaching Business
Congratulations! You just received your Coaching Certification... Now what? Figuring out how to actually RUN a business doing what you love can be overwhelming, but don't give up! Let successful CCNI members show you how they successfully launched and continue to run a coaching business on a day-to-day basis.
Become a Culturally Intelligent Coach
Thank you Coaching Mission International for being a CCNI organizational sponsor.
Do you want to become a culturally intelligent coach who can confidently and effectively coach regardless of your client’s cultural background? Learn how to recognize and adapt your approach considering cultural values. Click to learn more.