I provide conciliation services that help individuals resolve conflicts in a cooperative rather than an adversarial manner. The conciliation process is based on biblical principles that promote understanding, personal responsibility, justice, and reconciliation.
This is done through three basic means: Conflict Coaching which focuses on helping individuals explore ways to resolve disputes personally and privately; Mediation, an informal process in which one or more mediators meet with all of the people involved in the conflict to help them arrive at a voluntary settlement of their differences; and Arbitration, a more formal process in which one or more arbitrators hear each side’s arguments and render a legally binding decision.
In each of these means, I am acting as a facilitator, encouraging people to respond to their conflicts according to God’s Word. I am not acting as an advocate or an adviser, nor am I acting as an attorney for any of the individuals.
I will consider accepting any case regardless of the religious convictions of the parties, provided they are willing to respect the Christian principles underlying the conciliation process.
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