Content Tagged: Reconciliation
Conflict is inevitable, but when we practice reconciliation, our unity is protected, our witness remains powerful, and we reflect the heart of God to a fractured world.
Conflict is inevitable in our fractured world. But with these handful of biblical principles we can both reduce the frequency of conflict in our lives and effectively resolve the conflicts that do occur.
Unresolved conflict threatens the unity and the mission of the church. Reconciliation is difficult, but necessary, if we are to fulfill our mission as representatives of Jesus Christ. But how can we resolve conflict in a way that is honoring to Jesus?
In just a few short days the people in Jesus' day moved from welcoming Him to demanding His crucifixion. What caused their radical change of heart, and what purpose did it serve in God's eternal plan?
Why did Jesus have to die? What did His death accomplish? We'll discover the meaning of Christ's death as we contemplate God's holiness and God's love, and see how they were reconciled on the cross.