Category Archives: Conflict Transformation and Nonviolence

This Is My Commandment

How we respond to those we are in conflict with may be more important than any other aspect of our dispute. Continue reading

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Where Is The Love?

A lesson remembered from youth, about judging others … Continue reading

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Trauma Healing: The Snail Model

The snail model of trauma healing offers a way to break through from hate to hope Continue reading

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Nonviolent Communication Illustrated

A video modeling speech that communicates disagreement without attacking the other person Continue reading

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Three Blog Posts on Restorative Justice

What is Restorative Justice? Continue reading

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How Does Your Church Manage Conflict?

Every congregation has conflict. How can it be channeled for positive use? Continue reading

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Six Principles of Nonviolence

Some teachings by Dr. Martin Luther King on nonviolence … Continue reading

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Love, Embodied

What does it mean to “love one another” in the way that is intended by 1 John 4:7-9? Continue reading

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The Magic of Mediation

Thoughts about how why mediation works so well for parties who otherwise could not resolve conflict on their own Continue reading

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Deeper Theory of Peacemaking

The model for peacemaking comes from deep, spiritual theory of compassion and love. Learn more in this slideshow. Continue reading

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