Christ Wesleyan Church
Sunday Morning Services - 9:00 & 10:45am
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  • CWC Milton:The Auditorium (Entrance #6)
    363 Stamm Rd, Milton, PA 17847, USA
    Sunday 8:00 AM, Sunday 10:45 AM
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Surviving the Summer - Surviving Conflict
1. Poor communication or miscommunication.
2. Differences in personality.
7. In marriage: money, sex, work, children, chores
8. In families: finances and jobs, sibling rivalry, child discipline, in-laws, and extended family
B. Wrong ways to handle conflicts*...
"10% of conflicts are due to difference in opinion. 90% are due to wrong tone of voice." - Unknown
1. Remember God chose you to be holy, and to represent Him.
2. Give allowances to others as we all have faults.
3. Give a gentle answer in response.
4. Be ready to forgive those who offend you, before they even ask.
5. Offer love as it covers a multitude of sins.
D. Right ways to handle conflicts...
"When people respond too quickly, they often respond to the wrong issue. Listening helps us focus on the heart of the conflict. When we listen, understand, and respect each other's ideas, we can then find a solution in which both of us are winners." - Dr. Gary Chapman
2. Express anger appropriately.
3. Deal with your anger in a timely manner.
5. Make a conscious decision to let go of all emotions or feelings that would harbor the conflict.
6. Instead of responding negatively to the situation, determine to demonstrate kindness and sensitivity.
7. Instead of increasing your anger by negative self-talk, let forgiveness be your attitude, just as God forgave you.

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