Ministry Development and Coaching
PTLB Coach - Pastor Michael Baggett
Michael has led and developed single adult ministries since 1993 including the thriving singles ministry at Bayside Church in Granite Bay, California that began with his arrival in 2004.
Being married later in life, his personal experience, passion for single adults and commitment to Biblical living have helped him to identify with and disciple single adults very effectively. With a primary gift of leadership, Michael enjoys developing people and has a fresh, authentic style of teaching that relates well to others who have experienced life in the real world.
For Single Adults
12 Week Series - Recommended fee: $25 per track
This interactive series kills drama and gives single adults a Biblical perspective on friendships, relationships, and marriage. It helps to break the cycle of dysfunctional dating so prevalent in our culture. Taught while people are in groups around tables, this series also serves to create healthy community and even small groups. Over the last 3 years these life-giving concepts have helped over 1000 single adults develop God-honoring relationships, at home, at work and at church.
Michael Baggett teaches with humor, vulnerability and honesty in a way that connects well with all ages and all life experiences.
Relationship Essentials 101
Developing Healthy Male/Female Friendships
Self Evaluation and Self Awareness
Practicing Relational Intelligence
Developing Healthy Personal Boundaries
Flirting and Friendship
Relationship Essentials 201
Confrontation and Conflict Resolution
Conflict Prevention, Establishing Healthy Expectations
Escalation Prevention, Managing Past Experiences for Future Influence
Confrontation, The Choice for a Deeper Relationship
Communication, Speaking Up… with Grace And Truth
Relationship Essentials 301
Future Romance and How to Make It Last
Enchantment to Fulfillment: The Stages and Progression of Healthy Romantic Relationships
Intimacy and Boundaries: Moving Forward: Avoiding Heartache and Building Trust
Two of a Kind: What Really Matters… in the Long Run
The Engaged Relationship: Maintaining Self Care and Input from Others