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 4 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
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- 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
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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: Excerpts from “Redeeming Church Conflicts”
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
“Helping entrenched people is what we do and who we are.” (Pastor Whipple of Kossuth Street Baptist Church)
Dave and I were blessed this morning to read the following article by Pastor Whipple of Kossuth Street Baptist Church in Lafayette, Indiana: Redeeming Church Conflicts I especially appreciated Pastor Whipple’s encouragement for his church members to be prepared to redeem conflict … Continue reading
(One of my favorite parts of Redeeming Church Conflicts is our introduction to Section 1: Perspective. I have heard and seen Dave minister this message to so many people over the years–especially pastors who were tempted to despair over conflicts in … Continue reading
I had recent occasion to spend a long day alone driving across a couple of western states where the bugs hitting the windshield outnumbered the vehicles I saw by at least 10 to 1. Fortunately, I was in range of … Continue reading
The Acts 15 Model for Redeeming Church Conflict as a Model of Progressive Continuity Consistent with All of Scripture
Q. Why did you choose Acts 15 as the model for Redeeming Church Conflicts: Turning Crisis into Compassion and Care? A. Acts 15 records the first major conflict in a New Testament church and provides a fairly detailed account of … Continue reading
Q. Sometimes, even in a mature church, a time comes when a servant-shepherd pastor must be let go. In this situation, how should the pastor and his family, and the other church leaders and members respond so that they can … 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
I don’t understand what one person could possibly do to help in this midst of this terrible church conflict!
Q: I don’t understand what one person could possibly do to help in the midst of this terrible church conflict! A. You can be God’s instrument in redeeming your church’s conflicts by humbly depending on the Holy Spirit and following … Continue reading