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Rev. J. Jason Fry, DMin Ministry Coach

Rev. J. Jason Fry, DMin Ministry Coach

Rev. J. Jason Fry, DMin Ministry CoachRev. J. Jason Fry, DMin Ministry CoachRev. J. Jason Fry, DMin Ministry Coach

Coach and Consultant

revjasonfry@gmail.com

What I Do

Ministry Coaching is...

Types of Consulting Services

Ministry Coaching is...

  • Walking alongside pastors and other ministry leaders to help them clarify the passion and priorities in their lives and ministries and to help them strategize ways to focus and fulfill their potential. 
  • Not advice, therapy, or counseling.
  • Addressing specific projects, ministry successes and challenges, or general issues in a pastor’s life and ministry. 
  • Listening, asking questions, and offering encouragement. While not an expert, I guide you in your exploration, stimulate you to envision many different perspectives and possibilities, and challenge you to commit to a plan of action you develop in our conversations. I also provide accountability to your chosen plan of action.
  • How does coaching work? The normal practice is to set up a 3 month coaching agreement, consisting of  2 one-hour coaching conversations each month, mostly by Zoom video conference (although it can be by phone or in-person). After 3 months, we renew or end the coaching relationship.

Church Consulting is...

Types of Consulting Services

Ministry Coaching is...

  • Working with pastors and congregational leaders and does involve offering expertise (in contrast to coaching). 
  • Listening,  offering analysis, and suggesting a process that includes steps toward achieving effective results.  A consultant relationship would be for the duration of a specific project. Following that project, pastors might consider engaging me as a coach as they lead the project’s implementation.



Types of Consulting Services

Types of Consulting Services

Types of Consulting Services

  • Congregational Health and Missional Effectiveness - a comprehensive consultation that assesses the health of a congregation and makes recommendations to becoming more effective at making disciples of Jesus Christ for the transformation of the world.
  • Congregational Organizational Development - Helping congregations transition from a top-heavy, complicated organizational structure to a streamlined, simplified structure that involves fewer people in governance, sets more people free for hands-on ministry, and provides better focus on missional objectives and accountability in effectiveness.
  • Stewardship Development - Helping congregations grow their stewardship, both facilitating spiritual growth and unleashing more resources to fund mission and ministry.
  • Staffing and Supervision - Helping congregations develop a staffing structure that provides clarity, direction and empowerment for effective ministry.