What is a Prophetic Success Coach?

Prophetic Success Coaching is a one-on-one relationship with the client that’s focused on life, leadership, prophetic ministry training and Holy Spirit transformation. Prophetic Success Coaching assists the client to achieving greater breakthroughs, break down negative limiting thought patterns and confront fears that may be stopping or holding them back. 

Prophetic Success Coaching empowers and shifts the client’s current paradigm to release them to pursue their prophetic purpose, fulfill divine destiny, become all God has gifted them to be and achieve the desire or changes they want to see in their own life

 Prophetic Success Coaching will help you to learn the value of submission to God and accountability to your leaders (Apostles, Pastors, Overseers, etc).  Prophetic Success Coaching propels the client to become fully surrendered and sensitive to the Holy Spirit and conduct themselves as a professional prophetic vessel/prophet. 

I will come along side of you to help you to see and uncover the potential in your prophetic ministry.  Through the use of skills and strategies we will work together with the Holy Spirit, design goal setting plans that will create the momentum and breakthroughs you need to succeed. I will equip, instruct and help you to fully embrace, develop, grace, blossom and mature in your prophetic call at the levels God desires you to achieve under my mentorship.

Tim Roehl “defines mentoring as pouring in and coaching as pulling out.  Knowing when to pour in and when to pull out are essential issues for coaches.  With this quote in mind, I say mentors pour in, coaching pull out and help their clients to pull on the Holy Spirit to direct and help them.

Prophetic Coaching in the Bible
1 Samuel 19:20 says “Then Saul sent messengers to take David, but when they saw the company of the prophets prophesying, with Samuel standing and presiding over them, the Spirit of God came upon the messengers of Saul; and they also prophesied.

2 Kings 2:15 – Sons Of The ProphetsNow when the sons of the prophets who were at Jericho opposite him saw him, they said, “The spirit of Elijah rests on Elisha.” And they came to meet him and bowed themselves to the ground before him.

1 Kings 19:19 – Elijah journeyed to find Elisha (Shaphat’s son). He found Elisha in the field where 12 pairs of oxen were being worked. Elisha was with the last pair. Elijah wrapped his cloak (mantle), his token of spiritual power, around Elisha,

Sometimes new prophets were identified physically by mature/seasoned Chief Prophets by placing their mantle on the new untrained/unskilled prophet.  The mantle was symbolic of son-ship, submission and servant-hood.  The novice prophet was not equipped to be the Chief Prophet until they had extensive training by the Mentor/Coach and had supernatural encounter with the God they would be the “mouthpiece” for. Some of the early prophets in the Bible were required to attend a School of the Prophets.  Some of the chancellors of these schools were Chief Prophet Samuel, Elijah and Elisha.  While no one can make “make you” a prophet as they are born, prophetic people and prophets should be trained how to prophetically minister skillfully, expertly and professionally.