S.A.L.T. FAQ's

Spiritual And Life Transformation FAQ's

How is S.A.L.T. Ministries different from mental health therapy?

S.A.L.T. Ministries uses an appreciative coaching approach that is future-oriented with a focus on the positive for present action. S.A.L.T Ministries is different from therapy, which focuses on the past to remediate problems. While S.A.L.T. Ministries is similar to spiritual and vocational direction, it uses deliberate questioning for contemplation and broadening perspectives to empower progress toward an envisioned ideal future.


Do I have to be a Christian or believe in God to benefit from S.A.L.T. Ministries?


No. Marc engages in mutually meaningful spiritual and life transformation with non-Christians. Marc firmly believes God honors any co-creative learning alliance embodying mutual respect, and he does not proselytize those he serves.

How may I benefit from S.A.L.T. Ministries?


S.A.L.T. Ministries is for people desiring personal growth, experiencing significant transitions, facing essential decisions, seeking more profound meaning, or wanting a better understanding of their life’s purpose.

Examples of some situations appropriate for S.A.L.T. Ministries: Vocational Discernment, Career Exploration, Social-Emotional Learning, Life Transitions, Life Purpose, Relationship Enhancement, Perspective Shifting, and a Desire for Contentment or Situational Satisfaction