A helping hand
Imagine trying to climb a mountain for the first time without ever learning from an experienced mountain climber. Or, trying to repair a car without ever learning from a mechanic. Or, trying to raise children without ever learning from a parent. Most of us know better than to make those mistakes. We realize trying to accomplish complex tasks on our own will likely result in pain, frustration, and failure. However, when it comes to working toward racial justice and unity, Christians often try to make progress with little or no mentoring or on-going support by other individuals. Sadly, their efforts typically result in frustration and failure. No amount of resources (books, articles, videos, conferences, etc.) and hard work can substitute for on-going help and encouragement by experienced and knowledgeable individuals.
Our Coaching Network
The coaches in our network have at least three years of experience working with individuals and organizations, have provided at least three references, and agree to the following practices:
- The Services I provide will be consistent with RJUC's Mission, RJUC's Statement of Beliefs, and biblical ethical standards.
- I will use professionalism, including adequately preparing for appointments with Clients and providing clear, accurate, and timely communication with Clients and the RJUC.
- I will maintain confidentiality and not share a Client's personal or organizational information with individuals outside of the RJUC unless compelled to by legal authorities or to protect the Client or other individuals from substantial physical or emotional harm.
- I will carefully review any feedback I receive from Clients and/or RJUC in order to improve my Services.