1. Resolving Everyday Conflict, updated
    Resolving Everyday Conflict, updated
    Ken Sande, Kevin Johnson
    Baker Books / 2015 / Trade Paperback
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  1. Evansville, Indiana
    Age: 35-44
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    The Right Way For Solving Strife
    February 5, 2018
    Wick
    Evansville, Indiana
    Age: 35-44
    Gender: male
    Quality: 5
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    As a husband with an ISTJ personality married to a Godly woman with an ENFP personality, we do not always see eye to eye. As a middle school principal at an international school, part of my job is to help resolve conflict with foreign and national teachers, parents, and students. As a saint who must battle a sinful side that can be quite prideful, easily angered, and super selfish, you can say I have some issues. These are the reasons Sande & Johnson's book appealed to me. Even if you are single, have a blue-collar position, or others consider you to be humble, gentle, and generous, I do not see how this book cannot benefit you. Everyone has conflict and needs to know how to resolve it. Ken Sande has served as a Christian mediator for three decades and was once an engineer and lawyer. He understands challenging circumstances and how to make peace.

    Resolving Everyday Conflict consists of eight chapters of nearly 130 pages...

    Chapter 1: The Nature of Conflict

    Chapter 2: The Hope of the Gospel

    Chapter 3: Escaping, Attacking, or Peacemaking

    Chapter 4: G1 - Glorify God

    Chapter 5: G2 - Get the Log Out

    Chapter 6: G3 - Gently Restore

    Chapter 7: G4 - Go and Be Reconciled

    Chapter 8: Overcome Evil with Good

    A Going Deeper section points you to Sande's popular book, The Peacemaker, as well as his website that provides a variety of peacemaking resources. The Peacemaker is nearly 200 pages longer than Resolving Everyday Conflict and is endorsed by J.I. Packer, John Piper, and Chuck Colson. An appendix includes several questions for reflection and discussion that coincides with each chapter. Resolving Everyday Conflict is a good book supported by Scripture that I believe you will find to be very applicable in day-to-day life. I recommend it without any reservations.
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