Conflict is an inevitable part of any relationship, and in a new study from LifeWay Research and Bible Studies for Life, there were two specific areas of conflict identified most often by those surveyed.
In his latest blog post, Ronnie Floyd (Gen. Ed. of Bible Studies for Life) gives more information about the new research along with four steps Christians can take to resolve conflict.
The Bible is filled with stories of family conflict. Beginning with Cain’s murder of Abel, through Jacob’s trickery involving Esau, and Naomi’s daughters-in-law we see that relationships do not always function in the way God intended.
This has not changed — as we all know. Today, families are in as much turmoil as they have ever been. Advancing down the road of time does not always remove the problems faced in the past; sometimes it just emphasizes them.
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