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Conflict & Healing
Learn how to stay positive, handle situations appropriately, and heal any wounds that are holding back the church.
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Overview

This pack features 5 Case Studies from the popular Building Church Leaders Training Themes that involve real life, common church situations. These discussion tools help you prepare for when conflict arises, especially among disgruntled members. Your team will learn how to stay positive, handle situations appropriately, and heal any wounds that are holding back the church. Each Case Study conveniently fits on one page, so they're easy to print, copy, and hand out.

This Resource contains all of the following:

"God Told Me"
How to respond when someone claims divine guidance.

Dangerous Mix
Keeping newcomers from disgruntled members.

What's the Big Picture?
Recognizing God at work can help overcome low morale.

Healing from a Painful Past
How can a congregation move beyond the times of difficulty?

Restoring Confidence
How can you renew trust and joy after a painful transition?


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Topics:Anger, Bitterness, Controversy, Fellowship, Healing, Health, Reconciliation, Relationships
Filters:Conflict management, Counseling, Pastoral care, Shepherd, Spiritual director
References:Proverbs 26:12, 1 John 4:1-6, Romans 15:1-7
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