The mission of the Clergy Coaching Network Facebook page:
To articulate a vision for congregations that are faithful in Evangelism, Inclusiveness, Social Justice, Worship, Community, Discipleship, Leadership Development, and Service.
To inspire, challenge and equip clergy for transformational leadership in a Post-Christian age. We will do this by sharing relevant articles, quotes, memes and occasionally a bit of humor about human nature and congregational life.
To invite you to take advantage of our Coaching Services. We hope that many of those who discover our page will seek to employ one of our well-trained clergy coaches to assist them in their leadership and ministry.
Our posts will come from a variety of theological perspectives and seek to address the challenges and opportunities facing communities, clergy, congregations and lay leaders. If you are uncomfortable with posts coming from a variety of points of view (conservative, moderate and liberal), this may not be the page for you.
If you like our page and choose to comment on a post, we ask you to familiarize yourself with our mission and follow these Comment Guidelines:
As people of faith, we are called to a higher standard than the vitriol that often shows up in some Facebook comments.
On this site, we know there will be robust and passionate engagements about some of our posts, and with and among those who have differing views. Please, no personal attacks. Comment on ideas, not people.
Comments that we find to be trolling, abusive, pejorative, off-topic, racist, sexist, hate-speech, labeling, “denomination bashing,” or harassing will be removed and the person commenting may be banned. Comments made via pseudonym will be deleted. Profanity is always unacceptable!
Please stay on topic, and keep the conversation thread focused on the article, the meme or the subject presented.
Advertisements or solicitations, posted as comments, will be deleted.
Of course, whenever these guidelines are ignored, we reserve the right to block persons from commenting on this page.
Remember, civil discussion encourages multiple perspectives and a positive commenting environment.