BIBLICAL CONFLICT RESOLUTION:
Many scriptures show us that unresolved conflict is displeasing and unacceptable to God (Matthew 5:23-26, Hebrews 12:14-15). Unresolved conflicts are grave and sinful, and call for urgency and conclusiveness in resolving them amongst us as disciples. When we don’t resolve conflicts, they can grow, fester and linger with significant costs to our spirituality, emotions, unity and finances. These disagreements, and sometimes disruptions, can go as far as splitting churches and the brotherhood.
Above all else, if not resolved, these conflicts will affect our very relationship God. Therefore it is imperative to understand from God’s word, what are some important aspects that can help us resolve conflicts and become peacemakers.
There are many examples of shepherding in the Bible. God is mentioned as a shepherd often. There are good examples and few bad example of shepherding too. Jesus is the ultimate good shepherd. The lessons in this section talk about the heart of willingness behind biblical shepherding.
Here are audio files of lessons: