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 1 day ago
- Redeem Church Conflicts by Listening to LAWYERS? Really?: Q. Redeeming church conflicts doesn’t apply to us be... bit.ly/17ATZis 6 days ago
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- 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
- 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?
Category Archives: Church discipline
How to Preserve Your Pastor (Part 2)—Pastoral Over-Concern about Critics: The Relationship Between “Fear of Man” and the Failure of Accountability
This is part 2 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 … Continue reading
“I am a regular attender, not a member.” Those were the sad words I heard; another person explaining to me the nature of their relationship with the church that they had been attending for eight years. I asked her: “I … Continue reading
I was teaching from Matthew 16:15-20 when a man in the audience asked: “What effect does such a plan of accountability and church discipline have on evangelism?” I was a bit stunned for a moment, especially as he continued to … Continue reading
One of the biggest mistakes churches make in conflict is failing to trust Scripture. In the confusion, hurt, and fear associated with church conflict, even mature Christians sometimes doubt that God’s revealed range of solutions will be adequate to their … Continue reading
Q. This past Sunday our pastor “fenced the table” (i.e., brought the warning regarding coming to the Lord’s Table in an unworthy manner; 1 Corinthians 11:27-29) by using the Lord’s words found at Matthew 5:23-24 concerning unreconciled relationships and how … Continue reading
Tara has suggested to me that we present a short series of stories of hope—positive experiences we have had when working with churches in conflict. The aim of such a series, of course, would be to reveal God’s faithfulness to … Continue reading