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Introduction

Proactively engage in biblical conflict resolution and offer forgiveness, grace, and understanding to those who have offended or harmed

At a Glance

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  • not yet with a group

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Take a baseline Spiritual Fitness Check to find your starting point for the Peacemaker outcome.

Track Your Training Progress

Track your training progress through the Peacemaker outcome to see how far you’ve come.

  Spiritual Fitness Check

Training is aimless without clear goals. Spiritual Fitness checks make sure you’re training effectively and progressing toward your goals.

Signs You're Living It Out

  • Knows and can explain the basic teachings of Scripture on conflict management
  • Does not have any unresolved conflict with another person where they have not done all Scripture would counsel them to do
  • Can identify a time in the past three months where they have apologized to another person
  • Can identify a time in the past year where they have humbly approached a person who has offended them without having first spread the offense by explaining it to others

Spiritual Fitness Check

Sign Up for a free account to take a baseline Spiritual Fitness Check to find your starting point for the Relate to God outcome.

 Core Training

These resources are designed to accelerate your growth in this spiritual outcome. Track your progress by checking off resources as you go.

Study

Bible Study

This bible study gives a holistic look through Scripture at the Peacmaker outcome. Engage thought provoking questions for individual reflection and then discuss them in your Life Group or Spiritual Running Partner relationships.

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Peacemaker

Scripture’s exhortation to love would be much easier if it read…“Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind.” This is the first and greatest commandment. And the second... Read More

Apply

Peacemaker

We’re tired of plastic religiosity. We are after the real thing and if the real thing is genuinely available we’ll drink deeply. This morph me exercise is a soul-satisfying experience if you want more of the real thing.... Read More

Extras

These resources are designed to accelerate your growth in this spiritual outcome.
by Ken Sande
Jesus said, "Blessed are the peacemakers." But it often seems like conflict and disagreement are unavoidable. Serious, divisive conflict is everywhere-within families, in the church, and out in the world. And it can seem impossible to overcome its negative force in our lives. In The Peacemaker, Ken Sande... Read More
by John Burke
This series tackles relational conflict and offers practical Biblical advice on how to respond. Messages address how we should get in the ring (not avoid conflict), stop playing dirty, and fight the good fight.
by John Burke
This series tackles relational conflict and offers practical Biblical advice on how to respond. Messages address how we should get in the ring (not avoid conflict), stop playing dirty, and fight the good fight.
by John Burke
This series tackles relational conflict and offers practical Biblical advice on how to respond. Messages address how we should get in the ring (not avoid conflict), stop playing dirty, and fight the good fight.
by Gateway Church
What lack-of-peace is there in your family or among coworkers? Commit to praying about this for the next 30 days. At the end of that time, respond as God directs. Don't rush in with just wanting to smooth over other people's differences or give unwanted/unhealthful advice. Instead, seek God and respond... Read More

Romans 12:18 If it is possible, as far as it...

Ephesians 4:2-3 Be completely humble and gentle;...

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