Every Congregation Needs a Little Conflict
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Description: It's no secret that congregations have conflict. Anyone who has served as a church leader knows about the friction that can take place within a congregation. And too much friction can lead to heated levels of infighting and strife. But used properly, can conflict really be a positive thing for your church? The direct result of George Bullard's twenty-five years of work in the area of training congregational and denominational leaders in various strategies to address conflict, this book empowers congregations to use conflict to deal with issues in a healthy and productive manner. In "Every Congregation Needs a Little Conflict," Bullard guides church leaders in how to use conflict as a positive force for transition and change, and how to handle unhealthy conflict that might arise.
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List price: $19.99
Copyright year: 2008
Publisher: Christian Board of Publication
Publication date: 2/1/2008
Size: 5.50" wide x 8.25" long x 0.50" tall
|The Necessity of Conflict in Congregations|
|The First Intensity of Conflict: Typical Issues with Many Solutions|
|The Second Intensity of Conflict: Common Disagreements over Multiple Issues|
|The Third Intensity of Conflict: Competition That Develops Causes|
|The Fourth Intensity of Conflict: Now It's time to Vote or Else|
|The Fifth Intensity of Conflict: Dividing the Medes from the Persians|
|The Sixth Intensity of Conflict: Discrediting Our Enemies|
|The Seventh Intensity of Conflict: Destroying the Infidels|
|Leadership Styles for Engaging Conflict|
|Processes for Engaging Conflict|
|How to Never Experience Unhealthy Conflict in Your Congregation Again|
|Implications for Denominational Service alongside Congregations|