Your Church’s Mission
Like most churches, your church is always looking for ways to disciple your members. At the same time, you want to reach out into your community with relevant messages and practical answers. Said another way, you want build the body within your church and in addition, engage non-Christians as well as those people that sit on the fringe of church life, drawing each of them closer to Christ and his church.
A Common Problem
We all have conflict. Think about the people you know. They may not be in the middle of a big blow up, but they certainly have tense conversations around the breakfast table or difficulties with an overbearing boss. Or more seriously, perhaps their marriage is on the verge of falling apart. Regardless, they are looking for answers.
Resolving Everyday Conflict is an eight-week DVD study that is especially suited as a small group Bible study and as an outreach study. It unpacks the amazing things the Bible has to say about conflict and relationships in a fun, non-threatening, and “non-churchy” way. Give the people inside and outside your church the powerful and practical answers they are looking for to forever change how conflict looks in their lives … and teach them about Jesus at the same time.
Who is it for?
How does it work?
This small group Bible study has eight sessions, each including a 30-minute teaching video followed by group discussion time.
What does it include?
What topics does it cover?
… and much more! Download a PDF version of the study’s table of contents here.
SEE FOR YOURSELF! Review the first teaching session right here!
How can I order the study?
Order through our online bookstoreor by calling us at 800-711-7118.
Are there other uses for this study beyond what you’ve talked about above?
Sure. You can also use this study in the workplace, and in addition, we know of people who want to use it in Christian schools, prison ministry, Crisis pregnancy centers, rescue missions, and other similar ministries. Got a new idea? Drop us a note and tell us about it! We’d love to hear other ways that God uses this resource in the hands of his people.