Conflict Resolution

Articles focused on assessing and resolving conflict biblically.

  1. Anger
  2. Conflict Resolution
  3. Frontpage Article
  4. Sin
  5. Wisdom
Every last person on earth. That is who deals with sinful anger. Don’t believe me? This article will change that as we take a deeper dive into what the Scriptures have to say about sinful anger and some of the misconceptions that contribute to the church’s misunderstanding of what anger is. When we fail to […]
  1. Church Membership
  2. Conflict Resolution
  3. Frontpage Article
  4. Pastoral Ministry
  5. Repentance
One of the more-frequently misapplied passages of Scripture is Matthew 18:20, where the Lord Jesus is recorded as saying: “For where two or three have gathered in My name, I am there in their midst.” Whether this verse is thrown around at a men’s prayer breakfast, a church potluck, or a small group conversation in […]
  1. Church Growth
  2. Conflict Resolution
  3. Frontpage Article
  4. Leadership
  5. Money
  6. Pastoral Ministry
  7. Repentance
  8. Sin
  9. Wisdom
Over the past 17 years — in the prosperity gospel, the seeker-driven church movement, and reformed-ish world — I’ve seen my fair share of manipulative tactics by greedy preachers and by wealthy parishioners. It seems that one cannot simply relegate money-manipulation to one theological camp, or only to leaders. Rather, it is common anywhere sin […]
  1. Conflict Resolution
  2. Frontpage Article
  3. Leadership
If there is one word to describe how we must navigate re-gathering amid COVID-19, it’s this: grace.  A friend of mine who happens to be the Vice President of a prominent seminary and no stranger to the challenges in leadership recently tweeted words that accurately predict the current (and coming) landscape in homes, families, and […]

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“For one who speaks in a tongue does not speak to men but to God, for no one understands, but in his spirit he speaks mysteries.“ 1 Corinthians 14:2 (Legacy Standard Bible)             One of the most often employed and most convincing arguments marshaled for the charismatic position of a “private prayer language” is 1 Corinthians […]