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Steve Ogne is an internationally known church planting trainer, coach, and consultant for Church Resource Ministries and coauthor of TransforMissional Coaching and the bestselling Church Planter's Toolkit. His ministry background as a pastor, author and church planter now help him assess, coach and train leaders from a wide variety of denominations and nations. He and his family live in Blaine, Minnesota. Click below to play SteveOgne. The strength of this book comes from years of coming alongside missional leaders. I have been on the receiving end of Steve Ogne's coaching ability and I know from experience how astute he is at drawing out the strength of the one he is coaching.
Deconstructing failure without a way forward is nothing but hot air. Transformissional coaching is the difference.
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Author Steve Ogne isn't only a proven coach to coaches. He's my coach and has learned the secret of enlarging one's vision while centering leaders in reality. This fits the latter. I've watched Tim and Steve live their book, and it is a delight to see how it reads like coaching on paper, about coaching, from two coaches.
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If you read TransforMissional Coaching in a quiet place, you can almost hear their voices encouraging you. It doesn't get any more real than this. Steve Ogne and Tim Roehl fit that bill, and they are worth heeding. I was blessed with good mentors-but TransforMissional Coaching will help me and you be intentional, biblical, and strategic in our coaching relationships.
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To ask other readers questions about TransforMissional Coaching , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about TransforMissional Coaching. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Mar 23, David rated it liked it Shelves: I've been interested in reading up on coaching and this book is an uneven offering. The authors write from the perspective of coaching church planters and often write as if the reader is also going to be coaching leaders in such a capacity.
At the same time, knowing there is a limited audience for such books, the writing also tries to work for those coaching other sorts of leaders. So if you are someone like me, who works with a leadership team in some ministry, people who have fulltime jobs or I've been interested in reading up on coaching and this book is an uneven offering. So if you are someone like me, who works with a leadership team in some ministry, people who have fulltime jobs or in my case in campus ministry, are full times students and who volunteer, this book does have good insights to offer.
But it could have been much more focused.
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Also, the writing style is very text-bookish with lots of lists and highlighted points. Given, this made it very easy to skim and also makes it easy to return to as a resource. At the same time, I found myself reading the highlighted points, maybe the next sentence and moving on. It was also funny to read a book that clearly was trying to be cutting edge in At one point the authors talk about making notes on their "Treos" and I have no idea what that is. And they talk about "postmodern" a lot but don't really define it too much other than to compare it with "modern" which they also don't define.
Well, they do contrast seeker-sensitive churches with missional churches and write as if pastors sitting in coffee-shops rather than church offices are somehow breaking new ground. I guess since I'm writing this in a coffee shop, a donut-shop that serves coffee to be exact, makes me postmodern? Anyway, the point is, the book is already a bit dated.
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All that said, this book is helpful and I am glad I read it. I can see myself returning to it in the future for insights on coaching my leadership team. May 20, Gary Froseth rated it did not like it. This book might more appropriately be titled "TransforMissional Leadership. That is not to say there is not value to reading this book.
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From a strictly coaching perspective their emphasis on listening and good questions is most helpful. Aug 17, Alison rated it it was ok Shelves: I was disappointed in this book simply because it focuses on coaching leaders, not lay members so was therefore not as applicable for me. Also, this is totally personal preference it seemed so dry and technical, a writing and leadership style I find disheartening and unhelpful in ministry.
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However, it seemed well researched and I can see that this would help many coaches in equipping leaders of any type.