In a world like this, with people from so many different backgrounds and with so many points of view, is unity possible?
Conflict begets conflict, and that's why every couple's focus should be on preventing conflict before it ever begins. Talk to each other, encourage and thank each other, and let grace abound.
Learn to understand and resolve the most common disagreements in your marriage.
Helping you obey the Lord’s call to evangelism without turning people away.
How we grow strong in God's grace and why we give grace to others.
If you’re aware that someone is angry with you, you should take the initiative to resolve the conflict (Matthew 5:21-26). This session will give you a strategy for talking to someone with whom you’re having a conflict.
Today, one-third of divorce filings contain the word “Facebook.” Learn four steps on how to avoid this in your marriage.
The crash of a small group discussion can be ugly. Leaders often struggle with the unexpected because they don’t anticipate difficult situations and are unsure how to respond when they arise. Here are 10 ways to be prepared for certain surprises.
God has designed us to need community. Community allows us to experience life-transforming grace, protects us from the hardening and deceitfulness of sin and spurs us on toward love and good deeds.
The guy with the best dreadlocks in all of Cru talks about how to handle conflict in a healthy manner.
Chuck Underwood answers the question: "What’s your greatest tip on resolving conflict?"
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