Face-to-Face with Euodia and Syntyche
from Conflict to Community
By: Janet Thompson
Category: Literature, Women

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  • Five fast-paced sessions
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Product Details

Conquer Conflict Through Community

How we deal with conflict speaks volumes as to who we are in Christ. No matter how great a relationship may be, eventually a disagreement will occur. However, when women avoid resolving even minor disagreements, relationships can end without reconciliation, and this compromises ministry success.

Face-to-Face with Euodia and Syntyche explores the causes of conflict and how Christians can acknowledge and biblically achieve resolution and reconciliation. From the author's many years of experience in women's ministry, and her personal life, she shares illustrations that illustrate the principles studied. This study is ideal for individuals, pairs of women in mentoring relationships, or for small groups of women. A leader's guide is also included with questions and plans for each session's success.

About the Author
Janet Thompson, founder and director of About His Work Ministries, is an author and speaker on topics relevant to today's Christian. Janet discovered her purpose when God called her to “Feed my sheep.” Janet answered that call by developing and founding the Woman to Woman Mentoring Ministry at Saddleback Church, where she and her husband, Dave, have been members since 1987. Janet served as a lay minister for 12 years, leading Saddleback's Woman to Woman Mentoring Ministry, and she continues to share the blessings of mentoring by training churches around the world.

Dave and Janet have four married children and love being Grammie and Grampa to ten beautiful grandchildren. They make their home in Lake Forest, California.