LCMC Conflict Resolution Workshop
May 10 @ 2:00 pm - 6:00 pm CDT$15.00
Conflict often results from our seeing things from our own selfish point of view. We confuse being right with doing the right thing. We tend to act out of selfish interests rather than seeking the interest of others (Phil 2:3). Like Adam and Eve, we blame others when our relationships fail. But there is hope! As we learn about how relationships are influenced by broken systems, we can begin to work together to be restored to one another. Once everyone in conflict takes ownership for their part in the broken relationship, hope begins to flow. As we learn about how to resolve conflict in God-honoring ways, we can bring hope to our families, churches, and communities.
The LCMC Conflict Resolution Seminar is designed to help you learn about yourself in conflict as well as steps to forgiveness and reconciliation from a Biblical perspective. The workshop is fast- moving, hands-on, and includes information on:
- Biblical Rationale for Reconciliation
- Understanding Emotional Systems
- Feelings and Anger
- Steps of Conflict Resolution
- Peacemaking Solutions
- Bowen Brain Theory (Dealing with Anxiety in Congregations)
The workshop is offered by Pastor Perry Fruhling, Coordinator for Pastoral Ministry for Lutheran Congregations in Mission for Christ (LCMC). He is a trained facilitator for Peter Steinke’s Healthy Congregations and has considerable experience in the field of conflict management.
The LCMC Augustana District is sponsoring this workshop. You can contact Augustana District at [email protected] or 320.234-8403 for more information or with any questions about the workshop.