MTW'S RECONCILIATION MINISTRY - Click here to read about MTW's reconciliation values and protocol.
OTHER SUGGESTED RESOURCES FOR RECONCILIATION
PEACE PURSUIT: Peace Pursuit has a passion for helping people to be reconciled to God and to each other as they follow Jesus, the Prince of Peace. As part of their international ministry of equipping Christian leaders, they train and mentor others who share our passion for biblical peacemaking. They collaborate with a growing number of individuals, churches, and international ministries who use the Peace Pursuit Model. their ministry has taken them to more than 20 countries to train expatriates and local people.
PERIMETER CHURCH, ATLANTA, GA: Guiding Principles and Process For Dealing With Conflicts Within the Body of Christ at Perimeter Church. Here is the description given to members of the church as to Perimeter's commitment to shepherding. Also click here for Statements of Affirmations, Commitments and Accountability,
Crucial Conversations: how to prepare yourself and facilitate important conversationis
Fighting for Peace: Combating Conflict with Character: Rather than fearing conflict, Dr. Dennis Morgan encourages readers to see conflict as an invitation from God to strengthen relational closeness. A book recommended by Paul Meiners, Member Care Missionary in Europe.
The Joys and Challenges of Living in Community: Outline on team relationships given by Alice Hatch, MTW staff counselor. Check out these simple but powerful principles for working together. Also try this questionnaire to gauge how well you are doing at living in community.
"Life Together" by Dietrich Bonhoeffer: a book on the importance of community, required reading for MTW Cross Cultural Ministry Internship
Living in Community in Ways that Glorify God: Ken Williams' teaching on community and forgiveness
Mediation: Website giving an introduction to the role of a mediator. Secular but helpful.
SIM Interview with Bob Sturm, team leader, Ethiopia: The SIM reconciliation process, and nuggets of wisdom.