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Reorienting Around Life Changes

09 Apr 2024 11:22 AM | Keith Webb (Administrator)

My ministry function hasn’t shifted much over the past 10 years. I’m working to equip Christian leaders to change their conversations to multiply their impact—in relationships, in ministry, in work.

Interestingly, the function of other aspects of my life has changed.

Not too long ago, Lori and I spent a large part of our time and energy on our two children: their education, their sports, their nurture. Now they are “launched” and our role with them is less time intensive.

The shift, at times, has been disorienting. As a friend put it, “For 20 years, we made all decisions with kids in mind. What do they need? How do we manage with them?” With just the two of us, the day-to-day equation is different. We’re rediscovering what we need, what we want, and how we are to live.

Many people attending our coaching training are experiencing change in some aspects of their lives. Perhaps exploring new freedoms, new roles, or new life stages.

Retooling your communication is an excellent way to meet the inevitable reorientations caused by change, and to help others do the same.

Grace & Peace,

Keith Webb


Keith WebbIf you're a Christian leader and want to multiply your impact, we can help. I developed The COACH Model® and our ICF-approved Christian coaching training to help you achieve organizational results while simultaneously developing people.

Since 2005, we led leadership development and coaching processes in more than 30 countries with over 350 organizations. In the past 3 years, we trained more than 10,000 leaders in coaching skills.

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