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PIECING TOGETHER A SHATTERED CHURCHSubscriber Access Only
How do you minister to a congregation whose trust has been broken?
WHEN MINISTRY STYLES CLASHSubscriber Access Only
FROM THE EDITORSubscriber Access Only
TO UNLOAD OR NOT TO UNLOADSubscriber Access Only
How emotionally transparent can a church leader afford to be?
MINISTRY TO MISSING MEMBERSSubscriber Access Only
Behind every inactive member lies a story to be heard and a hurt to be healed.
Between Hus and HerrnhutSubscriber Access Only
This article was a collaboration of Bernard Michel, and the editor, working from notes by Eve Bock and Josef Smolik, whose work appears elsewhere in this issue.
TREATMENT FOR INFIDELITY FALLOUTSubscriber Access Only
Marriages seared by unfaithfulness can be restored, but the healing process requires more than mere forgiveness.
Are We Asking Too Much?Subscriber Access Only
SHOOTING ECCLESIASTICAL ELEPHANTSSubscriber Access Only
Cancellation of a Christian Speaker Leads to a Reconciliation ProcessSubscriber Access Only
Eight evangelical leaders have been asked to mediate a dispute sparked by the banning of Tony Campolo from Youth Congress '85.
War and Peace in the Local ChurchSubscriber Access Only
An interview with Lynn Buzzard
BOOK COMMENTARYSubscriber Access Only
CRITICISM: FROM STUMBLING BLOCK TO STEPPINGSTONESubscriber Access Only
We all feel wounded by a critic's arrows, but they can become goads to progress.
Conflict in the Black ChurchSubscriber Access Only
The black church has often failed to manage conflict because it believes conflict is wrong.
McBURNEY ON CONFLICT RESOLUTIONSubscriber Access Only

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