It is a privilege to welcome Jeff Allen and the Thrive Coaching Network as a strategic partner with the Transitional Leadership Network (TLN). This partnership brings important skills and tools to TLN as we serve leaders working with churches in transition. Specifically, Jeff's expertise can help equip transitional leaders shift church culture and build disciple-making momentum during a season of transition.
The Thrive Coaching Network catalyzes disciple-making leaders to be living examples of a multiplication mindset - a paradigm shift moving from addition to multiplication, from scarcity to abundance, and from being fed to bearing fruit. It is a paradigm shift from survive to thrive.
The Thrive Coaching Network provides the following services:
This is the journey from surviving to thriving. It’s a narrow road, one that you shouldn’t walk alone. To thrive you don’t need sage on the stage, you need a guide on the side.
Psalm 1:1-3 says “Blessed is the one … whose delight is in the law of the Lord, and who meditates on God’s law day and night. That person is like a tree planted by streams of water, which yields its fruit in season and whose leaf does not wither, whatever they do prospers." This is what it means to thrive. Producing fruit in its season, abundant fruit, fruit that lasts!
Founder and Lead Coach, Jeff Allen is a disciple of Jesus who is living into his passion to walk alongside leaders who are looking to thrive as disciples and as disciple-making leaders.
In addition to his work with the Thrive Coaching Network and 3DM, Jeff also equips leaders to the ends of the earth in partnership with the Baltic Pastoral Institute in Latvia as well as leaders in Kenya. Jeff earned his Master of Divinity degree from Western Theological Seminary in Holland, Michigan. Jeff and his wife, Elyse reside in Littleton, Colorado and have three grown children.
Check out the video above to get a glimpse of the partner resources available through the Thrive Coaching Network. Drop Jeff Allen an email to learn more at [email protected].