Life can be challenging and sometimes you feel stuck. You need someone to listen, to encourage, to offer hope and prayer. Our trained Biblical Life Coaches are here to help you.
Whether you need someone to walk with you through personal, relational or professional challenges, our coaches are trained to help you overcome obstacles, make better decisions and find freedom through Biblical principles that have helped others for centuries.
Our volunteer coaches are members of Venture Christian Church who have been trained in a peer-to-peer Biblical model of coaching that can address a wide variety of situations and life challenges. Through a series of 1-hour coaching sessions your coach will listen and clarify, offering hope, encouragement, prayer and sound Biblical guidance.
There is no fee for Biblical Life Coaching as it is a ministry of Venture Christian Church.
Our coaches are not therapists and do not address medical or clinical issues.
“I would say, if you are thinking about it, just DO IT! I was worried, as I have always been a christian, but I felt I was never “christian enough.” Venture Biblical Life Coaching provided a judgement free space that allowed me to open up and change the way I viewed my faith and strengthened my relationship with God. So if you are worried, do not be. The life coaches truly want to help you build your relationship with God. I no longer believe in coincidences, so the huge change in my life after these sessions is truly God’s presence and him working my life. I hope that happens for others as well.”
“It’s a positive affirmation further grounding you in your faith and exploring your next steps. We can all use that regardless of where we are in our relationship journey with God.”
“I was so thankful to have gone through this process with my coach because I finally felt not alone in my struggle. I always felt like I was in it alone – alone in the pain, alone in the injustice. My coach reminded me that God was right there beside me. It was exactly what I needed for what I was going through.”