Tag Archives: conflict

Dealing with disagreement, finding purpose in Paul’s letter to the Philippians.

You might want to disagree with me, you might be right, but it seems Paul’s letter to the Philippians deals throughout with the difficult reality of disagreement between gospel partners.   I believe the pastoral purpose is found in its closing … Continue reading

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Philippians – the Epistle to address conflict in Church

“I plead with Euodia and I plead with Syntyche to agree in the Lord.” (Philippians 4:2) Yesterday, I wrote 8 rules for constructive conflict and today I want to build on that quite practical guidance with a theology of conflict … Continue reading

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Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands – chapter 5 insights

Instruments in the redeemer’s hands – Chapter 5 insights Helpful insights. I found it a wonderful insight into my own heart that there is a battle raging in all our hearts between our own desires (which can be held in … Continue reading

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