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Certified Shepherd Coach / A.D.

For Christian Coaches and Athletic Directors Wanting to Make an Impact

“that their hearts may be encouraged, being knit together in love, to reach all the riches of full assurance of understanding and the knowledge of God’s mystery, which is Christ, in whom are hidden all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.”

—Colossians 2:2-3 (ESV)

What to Expect

Course Information

Personal sessions with Tom Roy or Matt Binkerd using Zoom
Assigned reading of Shepherd Coach and Flock
Use of selected Scripture passages to challenge each coach to think through specific applications in his or her sport
Weekly real-life case studies that help coaches prepare for challenges like: Player Drinking, Dealing with Parents, Deaths, and Recruiting
Two papers will be due before the completion of the course on the sovereignty of God and spiritual gifts
Q&A time
One year of access to Tom Roy or Matt Binkerd via text or email following completion of the course

Available Courses

College Coaches / A.D.
8 Sessions / 10 Sessions
8 Hours / 10 Hours
1 Year Access to Tom or Matt
HS Coaches / A.D.
6 Sessions / 8 Sessions
6 Hours / 8 Hours
1 Year Access to Tom or Matt
Youth Coaches
4 Sessions
4 Hours
1 Year Access to Tom or Matt

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The experience of becoming a Certified Shepherd Coach has exceeded my expectations. Tom’s experience as a player, coach, and chaplain along with his personal communication style are unique. He helped me conceptualize a more intentional approach to serving athletes while pushing me to put my learning into practical applications to minister to today’s athletes. If you are thinking about doing the program, stop thinking and do it!

Dr. Chris HailUnion University

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