The Center for Healthy Churches is pleased to announce Dr. Greg Rogers has joined our team of Consultants and Coaches. Greg has recently retired from his 35-year tenure as Senior Pastor at Oakmont Baptist Church in Greenville, North Carolina. He has served in numerous leadership roles on various community and denominational boards, agencies, and councils. Greg is a mentor to mentors and has developed and led initiatives for helping pastors and churches thrive in a changing culture.
Greg earned a B.A. degree in philosophy and religion from N.C. State University, and Master of Divinity and Doctor of Ministry degrees from Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary.
An ICF Associate Certified Coach and High-Performance Patterns coach, he coaches individuals, congregations, and businesses, as well as serving as a speaker and retreat leader. He has worked with individuals and teams exploring mission, vision, and core values, as well as spiritual formation, missional engagement, ministry and work transitions, and personal issues. He brings his own spiritual and pastoral experiences in serving congregations for over 46 years as resources to the coaching relationship.
In his leisure time he enjoys competitive tennis, biking, and reading. Greg and his wife Leslie, a retired community college administrator, have been married for 43 years. Both their son and daughter are married, and they are blessed to enjoy five grandchildren. You can reach Greg at GregR@chchurches.org
CHC Director Bill Wilson says:
Greg Rogers is one of the most respected and wise pastors I know. I am thrilled that he is sharing his exceptional wisdom and gift of visionary leadership with the CHC ministry team. I am even more grateful for the many churches that will benefit from his experience and thoughtful insights over the coming years. Greg has spent his life building up the church of Christ with the goal of offering hope, help, and healing to individuals, churches and colleagues in need.
Center for Healthy Churches Update
The addition of Greg’s knowledge and experience as a new consultant and coach adds to CHC’s expanding ministry options. Through its 27 consultants and coaches, CHC now offers specialized services in a variety of areas, in addition to it’s primary general process consulting and coaching services.
- Effective Communication/Social Media Strategies
- Multi-site Ministry
- Spiritual Formation/Curriculum Development
- Administrative and Financial
- Congregational Merger/Acquisition/Closure
- Transition Coaching/Consulting
- “First 100 Days” Coaching
- Search Committee Process
- Conflict Intervention
- Engaging In Difficult Conversations
- S.T.E.P.™ (Strategic Transition Education Program), the next generation in interim ministry
CHC continues to offer general consulting and coaching around:
- Leadership Cultivation, Future Visioning
- Staff Development
- Team-Building, Mental and Physical Health Ministry
- Entrepreneurial Ministry
- Community Engagement
- 360 Assessments, etc.