Margie Bryce

Your leadership coach:
boots-on-the-ground experience
backed by the books

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how can I
lead in this
challenging era?

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“THIS NEW ERA OF MINISTRY will require leaders to follow the creative energies of the Holy Spirit. There needs to be a new level of commitment to personal sustainability to enable leaders to go the distance with God.”


Do you frequently feel like you’re playing a never-ending game of whack-a-mole?
You’re doing your best to keep up, and at the same time feeling like it’s not enough.
Your list of worries compound: people, finances, approaches to ministry, ministries that are not functional but need to be.
It’s exhausting.
Ministry doesn’t have to be like that.
Is it time to consider new ways of doing ministry?


Having a ministry coach for five years while I led a merger of 4.5 congregations southwest of Detroit was invaluable. All ministry leaders need this type of companion for their journey. (Proverbs 15:22)​


For too long ministry leaders have surrendered their best selves for the sake of their congregations. This frequently included surrendering their sanity, health and soul. This era of high creativity will require ministry leaders to a new form of personal sustainability. (Philippians 3:12-14)


The Holy Spirit is still at work creating new ways to be Church. God is seeking out new leaders who are fully surrendered to the Lord's purposes.
(2 Chronicles 16:9)

“Dr. Margie Bryce has been coaching me for more than a year. I knew I needed some coaching,
but I was hesitant because I was not sure exactly how it would help. She helped me process
why I felt like I was “stuck” and find ways to move forward by taking action. Margie was great
at asking, not telling, and leading me to discover new solutions to old problems. I highly
recommend you schedule a consult and your first coaching session. Give yourself the gift of

Rev. JoAnn Bastien, church planter