Training Christians For Dealing With Conflict


A Christian Approach To Conflict
This series is being taught in connection with the study book,
CONFLICT RESOLUTION,
God’s Way (Which Is The Most Sane Way)
of Dealing With Conflict and Strengthening Relationships,

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1 01/05/2020 Introduction to Conflict Resolution, One Foundational
Truth, 5 Basic Definitions, 8 Introductory Truths
The Booklet can be found here in PDF form
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2 01/12/2020 Conflicts perceived threat to our sense of well-being
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3 01/19/2020 Other vital issues affecting conflict .mp3
4 01/26/20 The Biblical basis of conflict resolution, Good
Communication is essential to resolving conflicts
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5 02/02/20 Good communication includes listening to under-
stand, and when necessary, helping the other person
say what they are trying to say.  
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6 02/09/20 Helping the other person say what they are trying to
say, right attitudes, forgiveness, an apology
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7 02/16/20 Foolish solutions to conflict, Important aspects of a
resolution, Five ways to increase cooperation,
Important things to do when resolving conflict
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8 02/23/20 Important things to do when resolving conflict,
Dealing with a family memeber or close friend who
will not acknowledge, or if acknowledges will not
resolve a non-moral conflict that effects the health
of the realationship.
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9 03/01/20 Dealing with a family member or close friend who will not acknowledge, or if acknowledges will not resolve a non-moral conflict that effects the health of the relationship (PDF)
Q&A on conflict resolution
The Booklet can be found here in PDF form
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10 03/08/20 What the scripture teaches about unity among believers .PDF
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March 2020