We Help You Resolve Destructive Conflict To Restore Peace And Unity

The Gospel moves in communities and the world when Christians are united in peace and vision

Repair Resolve Reconcile Restore

You Need Help If…

  • Leadership is divided
  • People are forming opposing groups and leaving
  • Conflict is escalating
  • Everything you have tried is not working

During conflict, fear and anger replace grace and forgiveness. Common ground is lost. Without reconciliation, you can lose leaders, people, unity, and most importantly lose the effectiveness of the Gospel in your community.

Together We Can Create Peace

God did not design the Church to be filled with chaos and conflict. His plan for us is peace and unity, to make disciples of all nations. In our process, we guide churches through rough spots by mediating and coaching. Our staff consists of experienced pastors and Christian leaders who have walked through the turbulent waters of church conflict. We understand the challenges and pain. The first step towards peace is contacting us.


The Plan To Restore



Schedule a FREE phone consultation. 


Enter the process with us. We quickly de-escalate the conflict.


With peace restored, get back to ministry and the work of God.

How The Process Works


Repair begins with listening. This leads to greater empathy and understanding. The next step is confession of sin and apology. Each person needs to own his or her own sins. Redemption is the heart of the gospel. We forgive as Christ forgave us.


Repair creates the foundation for resolution. There was a reason for the conflict. You repaired the relationship, yet still need to resolve the dispute. Once the dispute is resolved, then you can move forward to reconcile the relationship.


You cannot reconcile with unresolved conflict. When the relationship is repaired and the matter of conflict resolved, now you can reconcile. Reconciliation does not mean your relationship is exactly as it was before the destructive conflict. It does mean bitterness and anger is released. Forgiveness is real.


Restoration can only happen if repair, resolution, and reconciliation was successful. There are no short cuts. Often, restoration takes time and intentional behavior toward one another. Practicing the “One Another’s” of Scripture is very helpful in the restoration process.