Volume Two Chapter Five of my book discusses the importance of resolving conflict, which most people find difficult. Generally speaking, I think that's because many of us are 'confrontation-averse'. As a result we prefer to be peace keepers instead of peacemakers. It's important to realise there is a big difference, and I address that.
‘When I was an adolescent fifteen year old year old boy, I thought I knew everything.
Today, fifty years later, I realise I still have a lot to learn!
One of the key things I discuss in this important chapter is the difference between a peace-keeper and a peace-maker. I highlight two key Scriptures, link them, unpack them and go on to give a framework and example of how best to resolve conflict between you and your spouse. The principles also apply to resolving conflict that may arise between you and any person, irrespective of the relationship - or otherwise - between the other party and you.
*You can click the link to Tripp’s book on the ‘Christian Resources’ page of this web site.
I truly believe the art of resolving conflict is something all men can improve. And there are proven techniques in my book that you can use to help you.
The Marriage Couse is an excellent resource to help with conflict resolution With this in mind, why not book you and your partner onto the online course now?