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Number of Pages: 176
Vendor: Harvest House Publishers
Publication Date: 2009
|Dimensions: 8.50 X 5.50 (inches)|
Where there are people, there are disagreements and misunderstandings. The author of 30 Days to Taming Your Tongue (more than 500,000 copies sold), a popular speaker, and a relationship strategist, Deborah Smith Pegues draws on biblical principles, personal experience, and research to show how to approach difficult situations so relationships are strengthened rather than broken.
Meeting face-to-face to resolve an issue is difficult, but Pegues makes it easier by revealing how to avoid complications, sharing examples of good communication, and offering specific steps for dealing with conflicts. Readers will discover:
Confronting Without Offending gives readers the tools to successfully talk over and resolve issues and misunderstandings at home, at work, and in social situations.
Deborah Smith Peguesis a savvy entrepreneur, a certified public accountant (CPA)/MBA, Bible teacher, a certified John Maxwell Leadership Coach, and international speaker. Her inspiring teaching on relational, emotional, and financially empowerment has brought freedom to people around the world. A TV and radio favorite, Deborahs advice has appeared in several national magazines. She has authored 16 books, including the bestselling 30 Days to Taming Your Tongue (over 1,000,000 sold worldwide) and Emergency Prayers. She and her husband, Darnell, have been married more than 37 years.
Deborah encourages and equips Christ followers to not settle for second best but to vigorously pursue God honoring relationships in every area of life.”
Brian Doyle, national director, Iron Sharpens Iron
This is a very good book to help you in your personal life, your business, and your church as well as helping pastors, teachers and many others. I highly recommend this book; Deborah is an excellent writer and a beautiful example of God’s gift to all as well as an excellent teacher. I know God is going to richly bless those who read and absorb each word on the page.”
Bishop Ernestine C. Reems-Dickerson