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- Should we stop saying, “The church hurt me?”: An excellent post by Pastor Thabiti Anyabwile: Should we stop sa... bit.ly/12JOjkA 5 hours ago
- Trust is shattered when a pastor is caught in deception and overt sin.: All pastors are sinners, just like the... bit.ly/11WwBdh 2 weeks ago
- When (Differently) Gifted Pastors Destroy the Church (Rather Than Build it Up): This was a church conflict tha... bit.ly/17ITnbG 2 weeks ago
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- 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
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- Lawsuits and Church Conflict
- Peace in the News
- Postmodern Relativism and Church Conflict
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- Reviews of "Redeeming Church Conflicts"
- Secondary matters vs. relationships
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- VIDEO: Book Trailer
- When is it valid to leave a church?
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- Should we stop saying, “The church hurt me?”
- Trust is shattered when a pastor is caught in deception and overt sin.
- When (Differently) Gifted Pastors Destroy the Church (Rather Than Build it Up)
- Doesn’t God Condone Church Conflict in 1 Corinthians 11:17-19?
- Redeem Church Conflicts by Listening to LAWYERS? Really?
Category Archives: Causes of Church Conflict
Since I linked over to it in today’s post on my personal blog, I thought I would share this post with you too: Child Abuse in the Church: Justice Can Be Grace Not only is this an extraordinarily important topic … Continue reading
This is Part 5 of a seven part series interacting with Dr. Thom Rainer’s research reported in his article The Top Seven Regrets of Pastors. Today’s focus is on the problems of the church being in the world—specifically, that a … Continue reading
[This is part 4 of a seven part series on How to Preserve Your Pastor. I have organized this series around Dr. Tom Ranier’s article: The Top Seven Regrets of Pastors, in which he interviews 22 seasoned pastors. The top regret of … Continue reading
This is part 3 of a seven part series on How to Preserve Your Pastor. I have organized this series around Dr. Tom Ranier’s excellent article: The Top Seven Regrets of Pastors. The top regret of pastors has to do with the … Continue reading
How to Preserve Your Pastor (Part 1) — Lack of Practical Training for Local Church Ministry: The Problem of Misguided and Misstated Expectations
My three part series “How to Fire Your Pastor” sadly continues to remain the most frequently searched title that lands people on this website. I hope the title of this series will change that statistic! Recently, Dr. Thom Rainer, president … Continue reading
I put a post up at my personal blog today that I thought might have a little cross-appeal here at RedeemingChurchConflicts.com. It has to do with praying for our church leaders—but really, it has to do with so much more … Continue reading
In Church Conflict (as in War), The Malice of the Wicked is Reinforced by the Weakness of the Virtuous
Over the holidays, I began reading Winston Churchill’s Memoirs of the Second World War (the abridged version not knowing if I would live long enough to read his entire six volume set!). In one of the opening paragraphs Churchill writes … Continue reading
A few weeks ago I wrote that the most frequently used search term that brings people to this site is “how to fire your pastor.” I lamented that fact because we desperately need God’s supernaturally gifted and theologically trained leaders … Continue reading
This week marks the 495th anniversary of the start of the Protestant Reformation. It was on October 31, 1517, that an Augustinian monk by the name of Martin Luther nailed to the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany … Continue reading