This article addresses spiritual leaders and the kind of relationship there ought to be between shepherds and sheep. The author does so by exploring the example of the apostle Paul and how he responded to the Corinthians who were complaining about him. Paul's letters to the Corinthians give much food for thought regarding conflict resolution.
Drawing on Ken Sande’s work in The Peacemaker, this article lays out the “4 Gs” of biblical conflict resolution: Glorify God, Get the log out of your eye, Gently restore, and Go and be reconciled.
This article offers four steps to biblical conflict resolution: realize that conflict is unavoidable, initiate reconciliation, avoid lingering conflict, and release anger by turning to prayer.
Conflict resolution must be undertaken as soon as possible, and here are six reasons why.
The goal of conflict resolution is to bring restoration. How do you prepare for such a confrontational conversation? The article explains that you pray, plan, and present.