Peacefakers, Peacebreakers, and Peacemakers (Leader's Guide)
Looking for a way to turn your conflicts into opportunities to glorify God? Interpersonal strife is ever present in our homes, workplaces, communities, and even in our churches. But does conflict always have to end in ruptured relationships and painful...
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Looking for a way to turn your conflicts into opportunities to glorify God? Interpersonal strife is ever present in our homes, workplaces, communities, and even in our churches. But does conflict always have to end in ruptured relationships and painful wounds that in some cases never heal? Attorney Ken Sande, founder of Peacemaker Ministries, reminds us that the Bible outlines specific, clear-cut ways for Christians to work out disagreements and avoid lawsuits and to understand and practice forgiveness. Peacefakers, Peacebreakers, and Peacemakers offers rich, practical insights from God's Word and highly relevant case studies for anyone who wants more peaceable relations with family members, co-workers, neighbors, fellow church members, and others. This in-depth study guide is adapted from Sande's top-selling book, The Peacemaker now in its Third Edition and widely used in the Christian community. Peacefakers, Peacebreakers and Peacemakers Member Book (0-929292-95-2) is a six-unit cou
An indepth study guide of ways to implement the practical teachings of peacemaking.
Ken Sande is president of Peacemaker Ministries and author of the bestselling The Peacemaker. He regularly conciliates business, family, and church disputes and serves as a consultant to pastors and attorneys as they work to resolve conflicts outside of the courtroom. Sande conducts seminars on biblical conflict resolution through the United States and lives in Billings, Montana.
Kay Wheeler Moore has written and spoken widely on the subject of relationships and family life. She is the author of When the Heart Soars Free, a book of Christian fiction, and Gathering the Missing Pieces in an Adopted Life, based on her Houston Chronicle newspaper series that was nominated for a Pulitzer Prize. She has also been a newspaper city editor and reporter for UPI.