Welcome Coach Matt!
Community for Coaches is excited to welcome Matt Williams to its staff. Matt grew up in Michigan and played multiple sports, but baseball was his passion from a young age. After excelling in the
youth and high school ranks, Matt earned a scholarship to play baseball at Duke University. While at Duke, Matt was a four-year starter as a catcher and was drafted in the 18th round of the 2009 MLB
draft by the Chicago Cubs. He played one year of professional baseball before retiring to pursue ministry and coaching.
For the past four years, Matt has worked multiple jobs in ministry and coached baseball on the side, including volunteering with CFC for over a year. Now, he is ready to merge his work in ministry and coaching efforts by joining the CFC team. Matt has a passion for sport and coaching and couldn't be more excited to join CFC's efforts to help coaches live out a transformational purpose.
Community for Coaches/The Navigators is a support-based ministry, and right now Matt is working hard to raise the funds needed to get him up and running. If you would like to give a one-time gift to help get Matt started, you can do so by visiting his donor page here.
Coaching with Purpose
Watch the short video above ... Coaching with Purpose can transform both you and your athletes on and off the field!
Visit CoachingWithPurpose.org to access a series 13 life-changing lessons for Coaches at all levels
To review actual Coaching Purpose Statements that have been developed and used by local coaches to transformatively change the way in which they coach, click here
To read testimonies from coaches who have benefitted from Community for Coaches and Coaching with Purpose, click here
2014 KC Metro Area Coach of the Year
In May, Community for Coaches is going to be recognizing and honoring one male and one female "KC Metro Area Coach of the Year" from both Missouri and Kansas.
Any coach, any sport, any level.