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Spirituality, Transformation and Conflict

April 24, 2009

Michael Jenkins writes about issues that concern the church; however, I find that social interactions within the church often mirror dynamics at home and what goes on among family members.

Jenkins writes, “If you think of conflict as something to be resolved, you may be tempted to try to return to some elusive past; if you think of conflict as something to be managed, you may be tempted just to try to navigate the status quo. But if you think of conflict as (at least potentially) an opportunity for transformation, you are liberated to explore what it means to negotiate differences of perspectives, values and interests as a genuine spiritual discipline in your church (read family).”

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