The joy that comes from a meaningful relationship is one of the richest blessings. Even so, there are people in every community who, for whatever reason, do and say difficult and destructive things—and the church community is no different. Confronting these difficult personalities and potentially damaging events becomes a very important task for our pastors and church leaders, but sadly many of our leaders are currently unable to cope effectively with such challenging, though regular, problems in the pastorate.
In The Alexander Antidote: Turning Conflict into a Prescription of Wholeness for the Local Church, veteran pastor and advisor Dr. Thomas S. Warren II introduces a practical, Christ-centered process for proactively responding to conflict, building human relationships, and leading our churches and organizations back to health. Based on biblical principles and Warren’s thirty-five-plus years as a pastor, The Alexander Antidote guides us from understanding the nature of conflict and our reactions to finding balance to finally working with and resolving the problem “in Christ.”
If you are ready to make a difference in the life of your church and allow the Lord to make an impact through you, then now is the time to set your mind and heart to the task of bringing health to the body of Christ whenever it is needed, even if it means dealing with conflict.