deep-down desire is to lead a team well. But how do you do that? Wouldn’t it be helpful to surround yourself with others who can—and will—challenge your thinking and spur you on to become the best coach possible?
Conversations for Coaches: Applying Principle to Practice, will serve as the catalyst to do just that. Designed to provide practical and relevant round-table discussions among coaches, it divides the ancient book of Proverbs into a manageable 15-week study. With tips to aid the facilitator, each section guides the group chapter by chapter, stopping to pay particular attention at those verses bearing implications for the way we coach. Seamlessly integrated into the text are thoughts on character development, motivation, the pursuit of excellence, discipline, purpose, and attitude for the sake of spirited discussion.
So, gather up your cadre of coaches. See what a difference 15 weeks can make in your coaching and on your team
The EveryDay provides just that. 366 stories written in 366 consecutive days. Each story reflects real life, not made-up, how-we-wish-it-to-be life. The stories chronicle everyday people doing everyday things in their everyday lives. Granted, not all the stories are pretty, some revealing deep-down pain and shortfall. But on the other hand, there are plenty of daily narratives that uplift and encourage, written from the depths of a happy and contented heart.
Join author Rebekah Trittipoe on her year-long journey to highlight God’s truth evidenced in normal, ordinary, run-of-the-mill living. With every page turn, you will discover how the stories reveal a purposeful intention to evaluate the day’s happenings in the light of Truth. Each entry is devotional without being artificially lofty and pretentious, the everyday stories always circling back to foundational Scriptural principles.
Come. Share this journey. Discover truth in The EveryDay.
"Best Season Yet: 12 Weeks to Train"
Coach's Edition and Athlete's Editions.
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Best Season Yet: 12 Weeks to Train is designed to be used by coaches and athletes throughout a twelve-week training period, typical for many high school, college, and community-based athletic seasons. The sport? It doesn’t really matter. There is application to the runner, the football player, hoopster, gymnast, swimmer—or any other kind of sport. It is equally helpful for the individual athlete or team player.
- Can-do commitments
- Surrendering to submission
- Motivation meets aspiration
- When fear and dreams collide
- Yowza. This hurts bad!
- Persevering Persistence
- Falters and failures
- Service with a smile
- Go team!
- In pursuit of excellence
- Tiptoeing the tightwire: Priorities and balance
- Finishing fitness: Physical, emotional, spiritual