VideosThe Acts 15 Model for Redeeming Church Conflicts
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- Doesn’t God Condone Church Conflict in 1 Corinthians 11:17-19?: This summer at our church I am teaching the ma... bit.ly/119HF6d 3 days ago
- Redeem Church Conflicts by Listening to LAWYERS? Really?: Q. Redeeming church conflicts doesn’t apply to us be... bit.ly/17ATZis 1 week ago
- Two Elements of Redeeming Church Conflict: Intentionality and Contentment: Q. How can I maintain an “eternal p... bit.ly/19a0YeU 2 weeks ago
- Abusive churches
- Anger and Church Conflict
- Authentic Relationships in the Church
- Biblical peacemaking in the church
- Book Review
- Causes of Church Conflict
- Change in the Church
- Church discipline
- Conflicts involving church leaders
- Conflicts with our youth pastor
- Disappointment in the church
- Excerpts from "Redeeming Church Conflicts"
- Hiring a consultant to help with your church conflict
- HOPE in the midst of conflict
- Justice and peacemaking
- Lawsuits and Church Conflict
- Peace in the News
- Postmodern Relativism and Church Conflict
- Radio Programs
- Reviews of "Redeeming Church Conflicts"
- Secondary matters vs. relationships
- Spiritual Blindness
- VIDEO: Book Trailer
- When is it valid to leave a church?
- Win Free Stuff!
- Doesn’t God Condone Church Conflict in 1 Corinthians 11:17-19?
- Redeem Church Conflicts by Listening to LAWYERS? Really?
- Two Elements of Redeeming Church Conflict: Intentionality and Contentment
- Can a Whole Church Forgive a Church Leader?
- Why is the rampant loss of hope a reality in most church conflicts?
Monthly Archives: September 2011
The WRONG Question: What Should I do NEXT in this Church Conflict? (Learn the RIGHT question to ask …)
One of the most frequent questions I have heard over the years while consulting with churches in conflict has been “What should I do next?” Usually, that question should have been “What should I have done first rather than act … Continue reading
“The church is divided and broken. It is filled with sinners and hypocrites. It is not perfect and, in this life, it will never be perfect, but it is nevertheless instituted by God. God has always entrusted his gospel, the … Continue reading
A few weeks ago in response to my blog about church membership, member vows, and what might be a valid reason to leave one’s church, a reader wrote that she didn’t think I answered the question. She also expressed her opinion that … Continue reading
In this previous post, Dave Edling wrote a power piece regarding today’s infamously tragic day: 9/11 and the Twins. We check each other’s draft posts (a help, by the way, for which I am extremely grateful), and today he just would … Continue reading
Like most Americans I am thinking back to 9/11 today. Tara and I were in the offices of Peacemaker Ministries standing next to one another watching CNN report the attack. Having been to war twice for America (Vietnam and Desert … Continue reading
It has been an interesting process going through all of the steps of writing a book and working with a publishing house to bring it to fruition. Today, Tara and I received from the senior art director at Baker Books … Continue reading
Q. OK. We’re “reconciled.” I guess. But how could we ever trust one another again? A. Trust God. Love People. So how do Christians rebuild trust with one another in the aftermath of church conflict, even if problems have been … Continue reading
Q: Our church conflict is a MESS! How could we possibly get out of this QUAGMIRE? A. The Acts 15 Model for Redeeming Church Conflicts™ In Acts 15 a serious conflict arose in the early church. God gave those involved … Continue reading
Every time I think about my church conflict, all I feel is hopelessness. I just don’t see anything at all to hope in!
Q: Every time I think about my church conflict, all I feel is hopelessness. I just don’t see anything at all to hope in! A. Hope in this: The longest part of our most “real” lives will be lived for … Continue reading