The Human Formation Coalition™ (HFC) is an ecumenical Christian 501c3 organization that helps persons discern, unlock and steward their Ephesians 2:10 God given uniqueness and missional callings for the Glory of God.
Activate a robust understanding of the integration of all four dimensions/pillars of faith formation (Human, Spiritual, Intellectual, and Pastoral-Apostolic) within both Catholic and Protestant contexts.
Equip existing disciple makers as Human Formation Coaches™ using Appreciative Inquiry (AI) Methodology.
Provide Human Formation Coaching™ scholarships to Catholic and Protestant ordained clergy.
Help teens and youth better understand their Ephesians 2:10 God given uniqueness and callings through the Teen Leadership Project.
Coming Summer 2020; Human Formation Leadership Triads. The Psalmist wrote; “You formed my inmost being; you knit me in my mother’s womb. I praise you because I am wonderfully made; wonderful are your works (139: 13).” Most leadership development is cookie cutter with high emphasis on best practices and low emphasis on stewarding the God given uniqueness and missional callings of the leader including his/her strengths, motivational blueprint , ministry styles and charisms, and contribution to teams. In our Human Formation Leadership Triad an experienced Facilitator-Coach will take 3 leaders on a 9 month journey through live video conferencing, peer learning, and one-on-one coaching. The goal is to help leaders deploy leadership best practices according to their God given uniqueness and missional callings/contexts.
Grace perfects human nature, as St. Thomas Aquinas wrote. We believe that the effectiveness of Pastoral-Apostolic Formation is directly related to the effectiveness of formation around the human person and Personal Calling. We believe a robust expression of Human Formation helps unleash Christians into their personal callings and missional contexts within their families, workplaces, communities and churches.
Non-integrated and disproportionate condition of faith formation in many ecclesial contexts looks like this:
A proportionate and integrated vision of faith formation looks like this: