We Help Guide Nonprofits To A Place Of Peace And Unity

Nonprofits can have destructive conflict, creating deep divisions within the staff or board

Repair Resolve Reconcile Restore

Leaders Seek Out A Helpful Guide When…

  • The staff or board is divided
  • Good people are leaving
  • Conflict is escalating out of control
  • People are forming opposing groups
  • Nothing is working!

When fear and anger replace grace and forgiveness, people lose sight of each other. Conflict takes over and nobody listens. If relationships are not repaired, people will end up leaving with bitterness and resentfulness. Your nonprofit will suffer.

Together We Can Help Restore your Nonprofit

Genesis Christian Mediation can help your nonprofit work through conflict toward a healthy team culture. We are all former pastors who understand the skills required to resolve conflict, communicate effectively, and listen deeply. We have helped nonprofits retore relationships creating peace and unity.

I desperately wanted mediation or reconciliation, but I knew that I couldn’t pull all that together. With the help of Genesis, we finally had a mediation meeting and a lot of truth came out. The end result was peace. 

Bill MacLeod

Think And Pray Over These Steps



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Jump into the process with us. We quickly de-escalate conflict. Together, we start the journey to peace and restoration.



Get back to what really matters – your mission!

How The Process Works


Repair begins with the confession of sin and apology. Each person needs to own his or her actions. Redemption is the heart of the gospel. We forgive as Christ forgave us. Together, we build a road map to restore your nonprofit.


Repair creates the foundation for resolution. There was a reason for the conflict. You repaired the relationship, yet still need to resolve the conflict. We help mediate issues together finding resolution. During the resolution process we help teach conflict management skills.


You cannot reconcile with unresolved conflict. Now that the relationship is repaired and conflict resolved, you can move forward to reconciliation. Your people are returning to grace and peace. Forgiveness is real. The organization feels hope and momentum again.


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. People are changing, and with it, the culture is becoming healthy and teams are flourishing.