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Resolving Everyday Conflict

Author Ken Sande and Kevin Johnson
Narrator Maurice England
Runtime 3.5 Hrs. - Unabridged
Publisher christianaudio
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Release Date May 4, 2011
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Excerpt of best-selling title, The Peacemaker. Conflict-resolution expert Ken Sande shows you how to help permanantly resolve disputes in your everyday life. He takes you beyond quick fixes to true, life-changing reconciliation with family members, coworkers, and fellow believers.

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Ken Sande, author of the bestselling classic The Peacemaker, has long been a trusted resource on the topic of conflict resolution. In Resolving Everyday Conflict, Sande distills his message to the essentials, quickly equipping readers with the tools they need to bring peace to their relationships.

Everyone encounters conflict--whether it be with a coworker, family member, friend, or complete stranger. And yet we all desire harmony in our relationships. Resolving Everyday Conflict is a practical, biblical, concise guide to peacemaking in everyday life that can turn tumultuous relationships into peaceful ones.

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Peace that comes from God into the heart of men
This book is a comprehensive discussion and guide on recognizing, handling, resolving and preventing conflict through biblical and practical techniques. All possible angles from the side of the offended, the offender and God himself are carefully explained and clarified so as to give longer -lasting and deeper meaning to peacemaking rather than superficial and temporary solutions to conflicts. It shows how to turn conflicts from destructive stumbling blocks to relationship into opportunities to turn the hearts of everyone involved closer to each other and to God. A true demonstration of the fruit of the spirit, specifically peace, working in the life of a true believer, the peace that would guard our hearts and mind in Christ Jesus. I would confidently recommend this book to all my friends . . . .
and enemies as well. :-)
Review by / (Posted on 6/1/2016)
Peace is worth our greatest effort!
"Peace is worth our greatest effort."

Kevin Johnson writes clearly and to the point. He tells us why we should always work to resolve conflict, reconcile, and to do it for the glory of God. Using scripture, he emphasizes key points to make you realize what you may be doing wrong that is starting conflict, and how to improve your relationship with anyone that you have conflict with.

Some of my favorite points that Johnson helps you to understand better: Glorify God. Get the Log Out. Generally Restore. Go and Be Reconciled. Johnson reminded me that you can change your heart and what is in other's hearts; it's a simple thing, but sometimes forgotten... it's PRAYER.

Biblical principles are utilized to underline what it means when you forgive someone or are forgiven yourself. I truly loved his commentary on what he calls "The 4 Promises of Forgiveness." I never realized that there are so many emotional things happening inside when you tell someone else "I forgive you!"

However, the ideal that will stick with me and aid me the most is "The 7 A's of Apologies" found in chapter 5. There are so many actions that should be carried out with an apology. It's definitely not enough just to mumble the words "I'm sorry" like a toddler can, but to be able to admit specifically why you're apologizing, tell how you're going to alter your behavior, accept the consequences, and more. (Every time you apologize.)

This is an excellent book that I believe any Christian can benefit from. Also, if you're into listening to books, the audio version is done in excellent quality.
Review by / (Posted on 4/2/2015)
Scriptural conflict resolution
This book lays it out line upon line. Whether the conflict large or small; marital, work, or church related, I encourage resolving conflict God's way. The book provides conflict resolution based on scripture, heart checks for those in conflict and steps to resolve conflict.
Review by / (Posted on 10/14/2014)
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