Mitch Coggin has been a hospital chaplain, installed pastor, and transitional pastor for 36 years since his ordination in 1981. Mitch lives in Bristol, Tennessee and serves as pastor of Salem Presbyterian Church, celebrating their 237-year of ministry in Limestone, TN. Mitch is also certified by the International Coach Federation and the Columbia Partnership as a life, ministry and congregational coach. Mitch is a co-founder of the Presbyterian Coach Network, a partnership of PC(USA) coaches working to create a coaching culture within the denomination. He coaches mid-council leaders through the Presbyterian Leader Formation and first-call pastors in the Synod of the Northeast Early Ministry Institute. Mitch is part of the Teaching Faculty for Montreat and MALT Transitional Ministry Education. Mitch is an avid walker logging at least 5 miles per day, 100K steps and 50 miles per week.