142 results for Biblical Reconciliation
The Peacemaking Pastor: A Biblical Guide to Resolving Church Conflict
This scripture-based book offers a Biblical view of peacemaking to help congregations through inevitable conflicts, outlining the steps of peacemaking.
The Peacemaker: A Biblical Guide to Resolving Personal Conflict
This book is based off a four-part biblical peacemaking method centered around the New Testament, giving congregations tools to take the first step towards reconciliation.
Avoiding Splits – Fighting Fair in Church: Guidelines for an Effective Church Peacemaking-Mediation Process
This article addresses the problem of church conflict and the lack of training for pastors to handle it.
What To Do When… A Fight Breaks Out
These two video discussions suggest how to avoid congregational conflict and what to do when conflict arises.
The Color of Church: A Biblical and Practical Paradigm for Multiracial Churches
Drawing from the author's experience leading a mutliracial church, this book looks at the state of racial relationships within the United States before zooming into the church, and offering advice on how congregations can overcome obstacles to become more diverse.
Reconcile: Conflict Transformation for Ordinary Christians
This book draws from the author's experience in reconciliation work around the world, offering inspiration and tools for readers to resolve conflict, whether it be interpersonal or international.
The Reconciliation Ministry of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) is an acknowledgment of the division and misshapen self-understanding that racism has caused within the church. It is a resource to congregations that are seeking to build just communities and work toward unity and reconciliation.
Anathoth Community Garden & Farm
This garden and farm acts as a local community center and offers a space for spiritual growth and leadership training.
Engage Conflict Well: A Guide to Prepare Yourself and Others to Engage in Conflict Transformation
This 12-page booklet is divided into two sections --- first addressing the individual's internal process to address conflict, then applying those principles to the work of engaging others in conflict transformation.
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