SOLID Vision

SOLIDpastors is widely known as a valued partner to the local church, helping transform their leaders and the ministries they run through effective coaching, advising and certification services.

SOLID Purpose

SOLIDpastors is a non-profit Christian ministry that serves senior pastors, executive pastors, and executive directors of Christian ministries and their staff by providing coaching, advising, and expert systems that enable these organizational leaders to improve their performance, increase their effectiveness, and transform the organizations they serve.

SOLID Mission

SOLIDpastors’ mission is to serve the Church by making all services easily accessible to heads of any Christian ministry while mobilizing, training, and certifying semi-retired executives and pastors to provide these coaching and advising services. We aspire to provide the best methodology for developing in-place vocational Christian ministers and training semi-retired pastors and executives to become effective pastor coaches. Because of this work, we see dramatic improvements in personal and organizational performance in those receiving our services, and greater meaning and purpose in the lives of those delivering the work, furthering Jesus Christ’s great commission and great commandment.

SOLID Values

SOLID is an acronym based on five Biblical principles, inspired by 2 Timothy 2:19. They represent the five core values of our firm: serve, order, lead, integrate, and design.


Serving Christian senior pastors by providing biblically based leadership coaching.

Mk. 10:45


Ordering improved communication, goal setting, and performance systems for staff and church growth.

Gen. 11:6-7


Leading leaders to develop leaders through certification and a “pay it forward” model of multiplication.

2 Tim. 2:2


Integrating work and faith, helping semi-retired pastors and executives to contribute their time and talent.

Col. 3:23-24


Designing all services for maximum leverage, achieving the greatest impact for God’s earthly Church.

2 Tim. 2:19

Statement of Faith

The Apostles’ Creed: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Apostles’_Creed

Note: The word “catholic” is embraced as defined by the Merriam-Webster dictionary: “1a. of, relating to, or forming the church universal; 1b. of, relating to, or forming the ancient undivided Christian church or a church claiming historical continuity from it.”

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