Classes and Services
Helping people resolve differences and restore relationships is our primary aim.
Conflict is a normal part of everyday life and many people are capable
of resolving differences when given the right tools and support.
Crafting an Apology
What constitutes a good apology?
Is there a one-size-fits-all approach?
Why and when should we apologize?
Participants will learn the components of a good apology, critique sample apologies
and apply what they learn to make an effective apology for personal use.
Resolving Everyday Conflict
This DVD study unpacks what the bible has to say about conflict and relationships.
Throughout this study you'll learn practical tools as we explore such topics as when to
overlook an offense, the root cause of conflict and what makes a good apology.
This workshop can be taught in 8 weekly sessions or structured to meet a group's needs.
Workbooks guide us through the study.
This study can be viewed at http://vimeo.com/14129944
Whether it's everyday conflict at home, work, in our community or church, we all
experience conflict... AND there is hope!
What is forgiveness?
What are your beliefs about forgiveness?
What do others say about forgiveness?
Using individual and group exercises, participants learn practical models of forgiveness while gaining a better understanding of the importance of biblical forgiveness.
This study is intended for small groups of people (6-7) who are willing to support and
encourage one another as we learn how to reconcile our differences with others.
Conflict coaching prepares individuals to discuss a personal conflict with another person.
During one to one coaching sessions, individuals will:
- evaluate their conflict
- identify goals
- plan words that support reconciliation.
In conferencing, an individual accepts responsibility for harm he/she
caused in the community, family, workplace or other settings.
A neutral facilitator guides the process.
Affected parties address harm by sharing perspectives and collaborating to develop a
restorative plan aimed at:
- repairing harm
- rebuilding relationships
- restoring the responsible party
Circles bring people together to:
- share ideas
- build community
- make decisions
- develop strategic plans
A variety of discussion topics are available for the purpose of promoting unity within our
families and communities.
Conflict Resolution Month
Peacemaking Resource promotes local peacemaking activities every
October in Colorado in recognition of Conflict Resolution Month.
For more information about Conflict Resolution Month in Colorado and events held
throughout the state, or for ideas on events you could host in the Mesa County visit www.conflictresolutionmonth.org
Find out how you can be involved!
* Organize an event in Mesa County
* Help promote Conflict Resolution Month
* Brainstorm with others on ways to promote peacemaking in
* Listen.Talk. Work it out.
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