“Make every effort to keep the unity of the spirit through the bond of peace.” (Ephesians 4:3)
Our Vision – To bring peace to Churches or other religious institutions by promoting a Christian response to conflict resolution.
We are dedicated to providing biblically based conflict resolution services to
Conflict in Churches or other religious institutions is inevitable. After all, religious organizations are made up of human beings who bring their emotions and personalities with them to Sunday services, choir practice, board meetings and other Church activities. Consequently, we should not be surprised that conflicts can easily arise between Churches, within Churches, between church groups, or among its individual members.
There are many sources of conflict within the Church, such as differences in beliefs, values, opinions or simple misunderstandings. Perceptions of unfair treatment or problems in communicating can lead to disagreements or disputes. When an argument or disagreement arises between members of the Congregation, everyone feels the negative effects of the dispute, and the resulting tension serves as a distraction from the worship service and the positive aspects of a Christ centered organization.
With this as the challenge, CMS is dedicated to helping Churches or other religious institutions find a Christian response to conflict resolution. These services are offered in a number of different ways. Whether it is mediation of inter or
Christian Mediation Services is proud to now offer Elder Care Mediation services.
Elder mediation benefits families who are unable to engage constructively in difficult conversations on behalf of aging loved ones. It is a process where two or more parties meet with an impartial mediator (or co-mediators) to resolve differences. Rather than imposing any decisions, the mediator guides the parties, using techniques that foster effective communication.
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“Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful.” (Colossians 3:15)