Bachelor’s Degree Course

Course #: BCL-107 Hours: 10 Lec/ 2 Lab/ 0 Ext/ 12 Total

Subject Title: SELF-COACHING

Method: Asynchronous Distance Learning Schedule: 11 weeks

Complete Synopsis Prerequisites: None

Whether you are leading a team of athletes, your kids and family, friends/peers, or employees, you are being a coach. As a Christian, it is your calling to help people you encounter and those who encounter you – experience the best version of yourself that you have to offer. As such, a genuine coach works through love, not duty or obligation, and always carries an encouraging word. I Peter 3:15 says, “But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have. But do this with gentleness and respect.” In this course, you will cite encouraging quotes from some of the world’s greatest athletes and their coaches. You will identify if the quote is biblical or not and support your answer with Scripture. Compare the encouragement and wisdom you have found in Christ and The Word of God with that of some of the world’s greatest coaches and athletes quoted in the textbook. This course will serve as a daily check-in as you learn to encourage yourself with great humility while reflecting on the wisdom of God with that of the world’s greatest coaches and athletes.
Required Textbook: Coach: 365 Days of Inspiration for Coaches and Players by Matthew Kelly (2020) ISBN-13: 978-1635821499; 400 pages, Publisher: Blue Sparrow; Other Materials: DISC Assessment, Taylor Core Values Index, and the Memletics Learning Styles Questionnaire

Learning Objectives
Through reading and applying the principles shared in the course materials, you will:
• In addition to answering the Course Discussion Forum question posted weekly, identify one quote of a well-known coach or athlete shared in the textbook.
• Each week post one quote of your choosing to the Course Discussion Forum Online – Identify and describe comparisons or contrasts of the cited quote to The Word of God.
• Identify whether or not the quote is biblical and name Scripture that supports it.

Course Syllabus – A class syllabus is provided for each student upon successful enrollment and acceptance. Also see How to Complete this Program section for detailed instructions.