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Handling Conflict
Be prepared to handle conflict well when it arises.
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This pack features 6 quality assessment tools from the Healthy Small Groups, Handling Conflict, and Confidentiality Training Themes. Some church conflict is inevitable, but not all of it. Use these handouts with your team to help them prevent conflict when possible, work through conflict when it occurs, and strive for unity with other church members and leaders. Each assessment conveniently fits on one page, so they're easy to print, copy, and hand out.

This Resource contains all of the following:

Handling Difficult Personalities
It starts with knowing your heart.

How to Read Our Critics
Evaluating what they really mean.

Removing the Roadblocks to Unity
4 barriers to teamwork.

Classifying Our Critics
Help to anticipate what someone might say.

First Response
4 common reactions to church conflict.

Is This Gossip?
9 questions to help you decide.


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Topics:Conflict, Conflict resolution, Controversy, Difficult people, Division, Factions, Unity
Filters:Church board, Church staff, Discipleship, Elder, Family ministry, Pastor
References:1 Corinthians 13, 1 John 3:14-15, Romans 12:10
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