Charitable Judgments: An Antidote to Judging Others
Believers are obliged to judge one another’s words and actions charitably, and this is particularly important in situations of conflict. This article identifies the roots of critical judgments, and lays out the biblical teaching about the way we ought to think of and respond to others, including those who may have done wrong in the past.
The Slippery Slope of Conflict
This article identifies the various ways people tend to respond to conflict, and applies the principles of the gospel to conflict resolution.
The insights found in this discussion of emotional empathy in this article will help pastoral caregivers to counsel believers who are involved in conflict.
Getting Lost in the Details
People who are in conflict can get caught up in the details of situations and lose sight of the fundamental issues that live in their hearts. This article alerts counsellors to that tendency, and offers advice to help them keep the conversation on track.
Tempted to Sue? An Alternative to Resolving Disputes Among Christians
This article addresses situations in which Christians involved in conflict might be considering legal action, and promotes a biblical and peace-seeking alternative approach.
Christian Conflict: Five Ways to Fight It
This article identifies five attributes, found in Colossians 3:12-17, that believers need to cultivate to avoid or overcome conflict.
Seven Steps to Conflict Resolution
This article offers basic biblical direction for Christians involved in conflict, based on Paul’s admonitions in Philippians 4:2-9.
Seven Keys to Aligning Your Finances with God and Your Spouse
Are finances a source of conflict in your marriage? This article considers seven things you can do to put your marriage finances in order to achieve peace and unity with your spouse on the matter.
How to React to Conflicts with Your Boss Without Ruining the Relationship
Do you have conflict with your employer? How can you maintain a relationship with your boss and address the conflict? This article gives eight things to consider for conflict resolution.
Do Not Quarrel among Brothers
Ten Ways to Resolve Conflict with Your Pastor
This article offers guidelines for a congregation member to consider when he has problems with his pastor's ministry. These are of help for living peaceably with one another, and avoiding conflict.
The Beginner's Guide to Conflict Resolution
How should we resolve conflict within the church? The article offers some guidance on conflict resolution, explaining the value of raising and answering two key questions: what kind of conflict are we in, and what do we need to do to resolve this conflict?
Conflict Resolution in the Church
Marriage: How to Deal with Conflict
This article deals with conflict in marriage. The author discusses the root of conflict, the way to seek peace, and biblical principles for resolving conflict.
Forgiving Like God Forgives: God’s Plan for Restoring Peace to Sin-shattered Relationships
The Four Promises of Forgiveness: Tearing Down the Walls That Threaten Community for Children
What does it mean to forgive others? This article is about forgiveness and working towards conflict resolution.