Romans 14:19 (ESV)

So then let us pursue what makes for peace and for mutual upbuilding.

In this video, I outline the difference between Destructive & Productive Conflict. At the end, I give some simple tools so we can train ourselves to respond as instruments of grace who bring reconciliation to the individual and the Church.

A Loving Response To Conflict

  1. Be a Humble Responder: Submit yourself to Christ (Gal 6:1-10).
  2. Be a Prayerful Responder: Rely on the Holy Spirit for wisdom (Joh. 16:7-11).
  3. Be a Skilled Responder: Know the Scripture and let it guide your actions (Mat 18:1-35).
  4. Be a Discerning Responder: Take your time to evaluate the options before jumping in.
  5. Be a Loving Responder: Stay on mission as God’s instrument grace (John 15:1-27).
  6. Be a Connected Responder: Take comfort in the power of God’s Family, the Church.

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