Category Archives: Anger and Church Conflict

In Your Anger Do Not Sin

One thing I become angry over is all the anger I see when church members fight among themselves.  That means I have to hear the apostle’s words to the Ephesian church with heightened perspicacity. Anger is almost always present in … Continue reading

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“One reason people cling to the hurts they have received is that it gives them an excuse for being angry …”

My friend and one of my heroes of the faith, Ajith Fernando, graciously gave me permission to share this with you. It includes some of his key teachings from Reclaiming Love: Radical Relationships in a Complex World (which I just ordered and am … Continue reading

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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 material of Redeeming Church Conflicts in one of our Sunday morning adult community groups. Yesterday during class a man said (with a degree of confidence) that the Bible endorses conflict in the church … Continue reading


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