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Make Conflict Work for You

Handling disagreement can help your relationships
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Good leaders handle conflict. We may not always receive our desired outcome, but knowing we are doing our part to live at peace with everyone empowers us as leaders and helps us move forward in our goal to make disciples.

Michelle S. Lazurek is a pastor's wife, a mother, an author, and a speaker. She is a contributing writer for Movieguide, a community group leader for Incourage, and published in numerous places such as Charisma Magazine and Women’s Ministry.net’s Tip of the Week. Please visit her website at www.michellelazurek.com, find her on Facebook at Michelle S. Lazurek, or follow her on Twitter @mslazurek.

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