Churches, schools use conflict resolution straight from Bible

A simple approach to conflict resolution that came straight from Jesus has found success in local church and school circles. And it’s a model that could bring more peace to secular communities in 2013, too.

With so many heavy-hearted issues affecting people today, “this is a grand moment for the church to reclaim a leadership perspective in how to live life well,” said the Rev. Scott Musselman, pastor of Our Savior’s Lutheran Church.

The relevant guide of Matthew 18 addresses the basic concerns of the average person about violence and insecurity, he said.

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