Conflict resolution in the local church

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Jonathan Tice


Conflict abounds in human relations. It can be intense, and it is usually unpleasant. In a time of conflict people often do not know how to help themselves or, if they know, are so caught up in it that they find themselves to be ineffective. What can you do in light of this situation? A great deal, as it turns out! Conflict does not have to ruin lives. There are many ways to respond to and resolve conflict constructively.

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Tice, J. (2005). Conflict resolution in the local church. Reformed Review, 58(2), 129-144. Retrieved from
Church controversies; Conflict management -- Religious aspects -- Christianity; Interpersonal relations; Social psychology; Pastoral psychology; Church management; Pastoral theology