How To Handle Conflict?:

 

PEACEMAKER:

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PEACEMAKING PRINCIPLES: RESPONDING TO CONFLICT BIBLICALLY:

 

GETTING TO THE HEART: (James 4:1-2; Matt. 15:18; Psalms 37:4)

 

At the heart of most conflicts are desires-either good or bad- that have become controlling demands. We can break free from conflict by renouncing those demands and asking God to help us find all of our security, joy and fulfillment in Jesus Christ alone.


THE SEVENS A'S OF CONFESSION: (Matt. 7:3-5; 1John 1:8-9; Prov. 28:13)

 

ADDRESS everyone involved;

 

AVOID if, but, and maybe;

 

ADMIT specifically;

 

ACKNOWLEDGE the hurt;

 

ALTER your behavior;

 

ASK for forgiveness;

 

THE FOUR PROMISES OF FORGIVENESS: (Matt. 6:12; 1 Cor. 13:5; Eph. 4:32)

 

I will not dwell on this incident.

 

I will not bring this incident up and use it against you.

 

I will not talk to others about this incident.

 

I will not allow this incident to stand between us or hinder our personal relationship.

 

THE PAUSE PRINCIPLE OF NEGOTIATING: (Phil. 2:3-4; Matt. 7:12)

 

Prepare;

 

Affirm relationship;

 

Understand interests;

 

Search for creative solutions;

 

Evaluate options objectively and reasonably;

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