This article describes four types of conflict that can be experienced in the church, and how to resolve such conflicts.
Forgiveness is a commitment by the offended to pardon the repentant and be reconciled to that person. Should we just forgive, regardless of how we feel about the situation? This article argues that forgiveness does not depend on how you feel, but on how well you understand your sin. Withholding forgiveness is a serious sin.
This article dispels some common myths about forgiveness. These myths include the idea that you cannot forgive until you have worked through your emotions against the offender, forgiving while still angry or upset is hypocritical, and if I forgive, I must forget. The article concludes with a definition of forgiveness.