Peacemaking for Families by Ken SandeBasic conflict-resolution skills found in Scripture can help you change your home from a battle zone to a love nest. Distinguishing between positive and negative conflict resolution, Peacemaking for Families introduces the reader to valuable principles such as The Peacemakers Pledge, the Seven As of Forgiveness, and the PAUSE Principle of Negotiation. Real-life stories and case studies help the reader to acquire the skills needed to create a true peacemaking family.
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Conflict typically stresses and strains relationships. When disappointments, offenses, or unmet expectations pile up, our relationships with other people can be damaged or even destroyed. Worse yet, the bitterness and unforgiveness triggered by prolonged conflict grieves the Lord and injures our relationship with him Isa. Peacemaking is how we seek to resolve our differences and restore our relationships with God and one another. These principles, which are summarized below, are special applications of the six primary elements of relational wisdom.