Embroiled in conflict, it can feel like we’re held captive to our frustration, anger, and strong opinions. What we need is a good hostage negotiator! Let's look at Abigail as an example of biblical conflict negotiation.
When we witness conflict, our first instinct is usually to stay on the sidelines. We don’t want to get caught up in the fight! Another biblical principle for conflict.
Engaged in conflict, we may believe there has to be a winner and a loser. But is it possible to resolve a disagreement where everyone comes out on top?
Not all marriage relationships are positive and uplifting. If your marriage is struggling right now, you’ll find wisdom and hope.
It isn’t easy confronting someone who’s in the wrong. Let's look at Matthew chapter 18, and find out when confrontation is needed.
Confronting a friend or family member isn’t easy! Perhaps there’s a fractured friendship in need of repair.
Ever come across a passage in the Bible that just doesn’t make sense? Let's look at Mathew 18, verses 19 and 20.
No relationship is without conflict. And too often, when arguments begin . . . we spend more time attacking the other person’s character than we do addressing the root issue!