Courage, dear sister

You’re not alone. You have purpose every day, regardless of your current season of life.

This space exists to encourage and empower you in your walk with Christ and in your everyday stewardship.

Grab your hot drink of choice, snuggle into a comfy chair, and get ready to awaken with courage, steward with grace, and work with purpose.

We (Kris and Kayla) are so glad you’re here! Sign up to receive weekly encouragement and first dibs on new resources when they drop. Stay courageous!

Christian life coaching for new grads

Whether you just graduated and want to hit the ground running, or you’ve been surviving and want to start thriving, you’re in the right place!

This is a faith-based resource hub for women who want to deepen their faith, achieve personal goals, and do it all without the hustle. 

You’ll find blog posts packed full of tips and encouragement, resources to help you grow at your own pace, and services that meet you wherever you are on your life journey.

If you’re looking to set goals you’ll actually keep, build routines that make you satisfied with how you live each day, and grow in your walk with the Lord, then Courage Dear is the place for you and I’m so glad you’ve stopped by.

I’d love to meet you on social as well:

Christian life coaching for new grads

Why I am a Christian life coach

Who is this Christian life coach for new grads

Want to get to know me better? Join the Courage Community, my free Facebook group, for live monthly goal workshops and weekly trainings!

I made it through college on coffee, good friends, and the grace of God. But along the way, I picked up bad habits and had NO consistency when it came to routines. It took a lot of trial and error (and bucket loads of grace) before I felt like I was thriving again. 

This is why I coach, write, and teach. You don’t have to spend years trying to figure out how to live each day satisfied with how you used your time and energy. This is why I provide Christian life coaching for new grads who want to work on their personal goals and morning routines from a foundation of grace without the hustle. 

Kayla is able to truly empathize with and value me a a person, getting to know me, while also providing actionable steps to move forward in personal growth.
E.M.
Former client

Free Christian life coaching community

Free Christian life coaching community

Looking for a Christian community to help you set and reach your goals?

Join the Courage Community today!

You’ll get fellowship with other like-minded women and guided workshops to help you set your goals each month. Weekly training to is provided to support you as you grow.

We connect through the free Facebook Group and our weekly Zoom calls. 

Check out my Christian coaching services

1:1 Coaching: 12 weeks of weekly Zoom calls and daily accountability designed to help you build routines, achieve your personal goals, and get organized.

90-Minute Goal Intensive: A deep dive into your goals and how to accomplish them in a month

I’ve been a coach for years, first in youth sports and then in Christian life coaching. If there’s one thing I’ve learned, it’s that everyone can benefit from coaching. 

P.S. In case you’re not sure what this is all about, check out my blog post What is a Christian life coach? 

Check out Christian life coaching services for new grads

What former Christian life coaching clients have said

Using the arsenal of tools provided and encouraged by Kayla, I feel confident in my ability to create goals, action plans, and failure resets...
Emily M
Former client

Resources for Christian new grads

Christian life coaching resources for new grads

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You are not alone in your journey! Check out the resources page for everything from goal worksheets to Scripture encouragement to ideas for your morning routine.

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How to steward each moment

“Today is an unrepeatable miracle.” John Maxwell.

When I first heard this quote, my instinct was to dismiss it as just another Hallmark sentiment. I didn’t think it had anything to do with how I should steward each moment.