A Wise & Peaceful Way to Handle Conflict

Is there a right way to handle conflict? Let us therefore make every effort to do what leads to peace and to mutual edification.” Romans 14_19 NIV

When it comes to conflict how do you normally handle it? Do you choose to keep silent? Do you speak our mind? Do you avoid the person so you won’t have to deal with it?  Perhaps, like me, you’ve done all of the above depending on the situation and the people involved.

These questions may have you wondering if there is a correct way to handle conflict. But as Kristine Brown explains there’s “no fix-all solution” for us to follow when it comes to handling conflict.  So what do we do when conflict arises? We pursue peace.

Join guest blogger Kristine Brown as she encourages us to follow Jesus’ example and peacefully handle conflict with others. In her devotion she also shares four important questions we can use as a guide to help us navigate the road that leads to peace and mutual edification with others. I’m excited to have Kristine Brown with us for this part of the series! I invite you to visit her on her blog More Than Yourself to read more.


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Meet Kristine Brown

Kristine Brown is a communicator at heart who teaches about God’s powerful, relatable Word. She is the author of Over It. Conquering Comparison to Live Out God’s Plan and founder of the non-profit organization, More Than Yourself, Inc. You’ll find Kristine’s weekly devotions and Bible study resources at kristinebrown.net. You can also connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.


Is this your first time here? I invite you to join us as we dig in to learn more about the Fruits of the Spirit. This post is a part of my current series, Sweet Smelling Fruit—Cultivating a Heart that Lives by the Spirit. Currently we are taking a look at the fruit of Peace. If you would like to read past articles from this series click here.

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I’m looking forward to learning more about the fruit of peace with you. Thank you for joining me today. ~Kelly