Insight into Managing Conflict

Insight into Managing Conflict




Conflict is something we will all inevitably face at some point in our lives, but it does not have to become destructive. As we learn how to deal with the factors that characterise most conflicts (unmet needs, heightened emotions and distorted thoughts), alongside seeking God’s grace and creativity in handling each situation – we can work towards resolutions that are for the benefit of all involved.

Key insights in this book include:

  • conflict in different contexts
  • factors that characterise conflict
  • practical suggestions for conflict situations

Drawing on case studies, and personal and professional experience, the authors offer practical and spiritual help to those who suffer and those who care as they grapple with the issues involved.

The Waverley Abbey Insight Series is based on one-day seminars held by CWR at Waverley Abbey House to give insight into some key issues that many people struggle with today.

About the authors

Claire Musters is a writer, editor, mum, pastor’s wife, worship leader and school governor. Claire’s desire is to help others draw closer to God through her writing, which focuses on authentic living, marriage, parenting, worship, discipleship and issues facing women today. She writes regularly for magazines including Woman Alive and Families First, and Bible study guides such as Day by Day with God, Quiet Spaces and Inspiring Women Every Day.

Chris Ledger worked as a counsellor, supervisor and trainer in the NHS, and now has a private practice. She enjoys speaking at Christian meetings and is a regular tutor on CWR’s Insight days, also co-authoring several books in the Insight series. At Greyfriar’s Church, Reading, she is a licensed lay minister, and in her spare time enjoys having fun with her five grandchildren.

For more information about the Waverley Abbey Insight range click here.

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