Managing Conflict in the Local Church (Part 2)
Ask the Superintendent — Meditations on Conflict (Part Two)
Interview with Thomas E. Trask
In this second of a two-part interview, General Superintendent Thomas E. Trask provides practical wisdom to help pastors minimize conflict in the local church.
Weathering the Storms Of Conflict: A Candid and Confidential Conversation With Three Ministry Couples
No one in ministry leadership realistically expects a lifetime of smooth sailing. But what do you do when the storms hit? Learn how three pastors and their families successfully weathered the storms of conflict.
Here are preemptive strategies that can turn any conflict into a positive force in the local church and spark renewal among its members?
Discover the warning signs and how to recognize and handle the antagonists in your church.
Does interpersonal strife have you whirling in all directions? Here are the skills you need to reverse the conflict cycle that hinders your church’s ministry.
In the pressure cooker of conflict, how Christian are you? From the president of Peacemaker Ministries, consider this peaceful, biblical approach to resolving conflict.
You can become more effective in responding to conflict by knowing, studying, and practicing these conflict-management styles.
Fight Or Flight — Should I Go Or Stay?
Going or staying, change is unavoidable. Consider some fatherly advice if you don’t know if you should pack it up or pray it through.
Preventing Staff Infection:
A Senior Pastor's View And Associate Pastor’s View
Ministry issues can cause disagreements and misunderstandings that create conflict among staff. Two pastors share two leadership perspectives on how to effectively managing staff conflict.
Navigating a Minefield — What To Do When You Inherit a Dysfunctional Church
What do you do when you inherit a dysfunctional church? Here is the story of two pastors who did and how their churches became vibrant witnesses of Christ’s unifying power.
Growing Through Conflict
Instead of destroying you, conflict can be the catalyst for spiritual and relational growth.
Treatment of Subordinate Staff Members: Principles of Spiritual Leadership from the Salutations of Paul
Postmodernism and the Church
The Macedonian Model: Giving By Example
History Is His Story
Reaching Secular Universities
What Every Pastor Should Know About Affairs
Preaching That Connects: Pentecostal Preaching (Part 3)
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Fulfilling The Great Commission Through Discipleship
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