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Conflict in the Church

Fully, 75 percent of churches surveyed in 2000 had experienced some level of conflict in the preceding five years. The good news is that well-managed conflict produces powerful, positive results. Learn about the negative and positive aspects of church conflict and how a congregation can “fight fair.” Insights Into: Congregational Conflict,” a free downloadable report from Faith Communities Today, offers research, tips and resources to help clergy, seminarians, and congregational leaders deal constructively with periods of conflict, an inevitable part of congregational life. Faith Communities Today also offers other research, including resources on financial giving, congregational growth and congregational compassion. The reports are available for free download or may be purchased as printed booklets.



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