Conflicto (Conflict)

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Autor: Timothy Lane

Subtitular:

Una Oportunidad de Redención

Cada persona tiene su propio estilo en el momento de enfrentar conflictos. Algunas intentan ganar a toda costa y hacen o dicen lo que sea para salirse con la suya. Otras detestan el conflicto y harán o dirán cualquier cosa con tal de evitarlo o de ponerle fin. Lamentablemente, ni la pelea ni la evasión llevan a una paz genuina ni a relaciones restauradas. ¿Habrá acaso una manera mejor?

Timothy S. Lane —pastor, consejero, esposo y padre— comparte principios bíblicos que indican la mejor manera de Dios de lidiar con el conflicto. Cuando entiendas cuál es la verdadera fuente de tus conflictos y la cura duradera que Dios ofrece en su Palabra, verás que esos conflictos no tienen por qué ser negativos, sino que pueden ser una oportunidad para desarrollar y profundizar tu relación con el Señor y con los demás.

 

Everyone has their own style of dealing with conflict. Some people try to win at all costs and will do or say anything to get their own way. Others hate conflict and will do or say anything to avoid or end it. Sadly, neither fighting nor avoidance leads to genuine peace or restored relationships. Is there a better way? 

Timothy S. Lane, pastor, counselor, husband, and father, shares the biblical principles that point to God's better way of dealing with conflict. When you understand the real source of your conflicts and the lasting cure that God in his Word offers, you will see that your conflicts don't have to be negative; instead they can be an opportunity to grow and deepen your relationship with God and others.

About the author:

Timothy S. Lane, M.Div., D.Min. has been a minister in the Presbyterian Church in America since 1991 (PCA) and is the coauthor of the books How People Change and Relationships: A Mess Worth Making, coauthor of the curricula  Change and Your Relationships and How People Change, and author of many minibooks. Tim has 30 years of experience in pastoral ministry, counseling, teaching and executive leadership. Tim is also adjunct professor of practical theology at several seminaries including Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia. He speaks nationally and internationally, consults with churches and writes about the importance of pastoral care.