Christian Coaching for Faith and Work

You want your faith to influence everything you do at work.

Sometimes, an outside voice can help.

Work can be a rich, rewarding aspect of life. But it’s also full of challenges, both practical and emotional. Sometimes you need to process what you’re experiencing out loud in order to find your next step. Coaching is a context to do that “out loud” work. A coach can help you dig into the problems you’re facing and find the clarity and resources you need to keep at it.


Coaching is confidential, practical, and fun. Plus, you can try it out with no risk. The first session is free. If it doesn’t seem like a good it, no worries. If it does, we’ll figure out a payment plan that works for you. We want to keep coaching affordable so that we can serve younger professionals as well as those who serve in a non-profit or ministry context.

Chris’s coaching has been a huge asset in my ministry life. Conversations with Chris bring clarity and purpose regarding goals, priorities, and next steps. He has a gift for listening well, naming current realities, and prescribing different pathways for different desired outcomes, as well as refining language and articulation. It’s always a pleasure to meet with Chris, and I leave feeling encouraged and energized for the work God has for me!

—Jens, pastor and church-planter
(Whitewater, WI)

A smiling pastor in collar and stole baptizes someone off-screen
photo credit: Maddy Hunt

Meet Chris

Chris Easley

Hi, I’m Chris Easley, Team Leader here at Mission Central. As a coach, I keep things practical. A coaching session often starts with the question, “What challenges are you facing right now?” My prayer is that our conversations can help you find and use the right tools for the moment you’re in.


I also want to help you connect your work to your inner life in Christ. The human being you are becoming in Christ is the most important thing you bring to your team every day. Sometimes a work challenge is a reflection of a heart challenge. So, inasmuch as it’s helpful, we can talk about those dynamics, too.


Formed and trained at Wheaton College (B.A. Education, English) and Trinity Evangelical Divinity School (M.A. Theological Studies), I first found my life in the Lord and in leadership in a family of churches called the Anglican Diocese of the Upper Midwest. My work has included stints as a church administrator, college minister, mortgage wonk, and food bank coordinator. When I’m not thinking about faith and work, you’ll find me kicking back with a time travel novel or cooking dinner with my wife Katie, a hospice nurse.

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