Coaching Books

Arloski, M. (2007). Wellness coaching for lasting lifestyle change. Duluth, MN: Whole Person Associates.

Collins, G. (2009). Christian coaching: Helping others turn potential into reality, 2nd ed.. Colorado Springs: NavPress.

Creswell, J. (2006). Christ-centered coaching: 7 benefits for ministry leaders. St. Louis: Chalice Press.

Deutschman, A. (2007). Change or dieNew York: Harper Collins.

Hall, C., Copper, B., McElveen, K., & Willimon, W. (2009).  Faith coaching: A conversational approach to helping others move forward in faith. Charleston, SC: BookSurge.

Jones, L. B. (1998). The path: Creating your mission statement for work and for lifeNew York: Hyperion.

Larson, K. (2007). Progress not perfection: Your journey mattersAndover, MN: Expert Publishing, Inc.

Logan, B. & Carlton, S. (2003). Coaching101. St. Charles, IL: ChurchSmart Resources.

Miller, L. J. & Hill, C. W. (2007). Coaching for Christian leaders: A practical guideSt. Louis: Chalice Press.

Moore, M. (2015). Coaching psychology manual, 2nd Ed. Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.

Stoltzfus, T. (2005). Leadership coaching: The disciplines, skills and heart of a Christian coach. Charlestown, SC: BookSurge Publishing.

Stoltzfus, T.  (2008). Coaching questions: A coach’s guide to powerful asking skills. Charlestown, SC: BookSurge Publishing.

Whitworth, L., Kimsey-House, H. & Sandahl, P.  (1998). Co-active coaching: New skills for coaching people toward success in work and life. Palo Alto, CA: Davies-Black.