The Heart of Conflict Last week’s article, Fight A Good Fight: Looking Inward, was an introduction to thoughts about conflict resolution. If you didn’t get a chance to read it you can find it here. This article explores The Heart of Conflict. The heart is a Biblical term that describes more than an organ in […]
Archive for month: February, 2018
Grit is “the ability to persevere over a long time without giving up.” It is having stamina. It’s daily commitment, stick-to-itiveness–day in and day out over weeks, months, and years. James encourages us to consider the flip side of challenges. Challenges can produce perseverance!
We recently finished a sermon series called Fight A Good Fight. The series was about conflict and even though the series is done I am continuing to think about what conflict resolution looks like. This is a topic that affects all of us. It’s good to know how to deal with conflict in a relational and […]
A number of years ago we wanted to explain our purpose as a church. The statement that we settled on was Encouraging everyone to know Jesus and follow Him, every day and in every way! The Christian faith isn’t a one day a week experience. It is a day by day and moment by moment life calling. What does that look like for us in our homes, workplaces, and church family?
Conflict in marriage, family, and relationships are a natural part of life. However, they don’t have to destroy our peace. Learn how to have a heart of peace through Scripture: Matthew 18:21-35.