Transforming Conflict From the Inside Out
Conflict seems ubiquitous in our world. Turn on the news, follow your Twitter feed, go to church, examine your own heart — it won’t take long to discern discord. This is ironic given the human penchant for avoiding conflict. But perhaps avoidance is part of the problem, a contributing factor to entrenched interpersonal impasses, relational cutoffs and communal fissures…. continue reading
This article appears on the Faith and Leadership blog at faithandleadership.com.