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Dave Ramsey: Dealing with Our Stuff

Do you know how to turn conflict and confrontation into positive change in your church?

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Jesus and the apostle Paul both taught that unity is the key indicator of Christian maturity (John 17; Ephesians 4). It's tempting to think that unity means we are always in agreement and are free from conflict. On the contrary, Dave Ramsey has found that confrontation is an essential ingredient for unity.

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