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International - For many of these workshops we partnered with ALARM-Africa to present these workshops. ALARM's workshops are presented by a local ALARM organization in different countries. ALARM works in the context of their country’s concerns and people to apply biblical principals of forgiveness, understanding and peace in the communities they live in. These workshops teach what ALARM and others have done in their particular context though the principles can be applied universally. 

 

Advanced - These workshops aim to equip those who are already reconcilers in their churches or professional settings by addressing common issues that reconcilers face. Experienced presenters will bring their expertise and case studies to real-life situations that happen in conflict resolution.

 

Introduction - These workshops aim to address broader issues of conflict resolution, sin issues that contribute to conflict, introductory teaching on reconciliation and personal peacemaking, teaching reconciliation to the next generation and more. Whether you are new to being an ambassador of reconciliation or a seasoned veteran these workshops will help you to live out a lifestyle of reconciliation in your home, church, work and community.

Foundational - These workshops are geared toward reconcilers who have completed the foundational reconciler training (Coaching People to Reconcile and Mediating People through Conflict) to further equip them for their service as reconcilers.

 

Specialized - These workshops aim to address specialized issues in the area of reconciliation.

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A Biblical X-Ray into Relationship Dynamics

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This workshop will teach a model/diagram for diagnosing why people relate to one another they way they do based upon what is being served in the heart. It will also highlight the importance of healthy relationship skills and character traits. In other words, the diagram can be used as an x-ray into relationship dynamics between parties so that a plan for change can be developed.

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A Christ-Centric Approach to Dealing with Power Imbalance and Abuse Allegations in Christian Conciliation

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Recent #MeToo and #ChurchToo movements, and high-profile abuse cases, have made power imbalance and abuse a hot topic. Christian Conciliators need to know how to navigate these serious issues. The culture demands a victim-centric approach to abuse allegations (including mandatory investigations, public exposure, and worldly justice). In contrast, this workshop aims to educate Christians Conciliators with a biblical perspective of power and abuse issues, while encouraging them to maintain a Christ-centric and trauma-informed approach to biblical peacemaking that offers hope for redemption for both victim and offender.

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A Transformative Approach to Coaching Homework

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Homework is the Conflict Coach’s secret weapon! As conflict coaches, the most productive time parties spend is often in reflecting on God’s word and how it applies to their conflict. Therefore, one of the most effective things we can do is to provide meaningful homework for their reflection. Many resources are available to you for this task! This workshop will explore options for creating quality homework assignments, including the new Homework Dashboard! You will also hear inspiring stories of how God worked through various homework assignments to bring about miracles of reconciliation.

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An Empathy Formula for the Reconciler

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The success of building rapport or what AoR calls “passport” hinges on the reconciler’s ability to effectively express empathy. It takes social currency to build agreement to work with a conflicted party. Even in some of the most stonewalled situations, accurately applied empathy can reduce anxiety and resistance enough to open the door you need to initiate open dialog and/or increase permission to remain engaged. This workshop offers a cut-to-the-chase guide to hone your expressions of empathy within a posture of transparent care. Practicing with a co-reconciler can offer early gains in building passport towards your goal of healing relationships.

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Avoiding a Lawsuit and the Legal Pitfalls in Mediation and Arbitration

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In this workshop you will hear from an attorney who was sued in the middle of a mediation/arbitration proceeding and successfully vindicated in the local secular court and on appeal. Even when there is a lot of smiling and backslapping in these cases, we are still called to be wise as serpents and harmless as doves. Do you know how to adequately prepare in advance to avoid liability in these types of cases? Come and learn how you can bullet-proof your conciliation practice. (“Earning Passport through Good Case Administration” is an informative workshop that may also be helpful to this topic. You can attend this workshop on August 11, 2023 at 5:00pm Mountain Time.)

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