Go and Be Reconciled: What Does This Mean? Seminar

A Bible study seminar on Reconciliation for Daily Living

At a Glance

The Go and Be Reconciled: What Does This Mean? seminar can be presented as a half-day up to a full-day Bible study on reconciling relationships and resolving conflict. Each of the six lesson of the seminar reviews one of the six chief parts of Luther's Small Catechism.

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“I never knew forgiveness could be so powerful!”

Former Student

Who Should Attend?

Everyone will Benefit!

In this engaging and inspiring presentation, you will see how God’s ministry of reconciliation is meant to be lived out in your daily life. You’ll learn practical ways to apply your Christian faith in family, business, church, and legal conflicts. Since all children of God are called to be peacemakers, this Bible study is appropriate for every Christian. Church leaders who have responsibilities for teaching and assisting others in their conflicts will find this seminar especially helpful for assisting others to respond to conflict in a biblically faithful manner.

Benefits

  

As Christians living in a sinful world, we frequently address conflict with the world’s familiar ways. Although we should know better, we often respond to conflict by trying to escape or by attacking others. When we do, relationships are damaged, businesses and careers suffer, and the witness of the church is weakened.

In this Go and Be Reconciled: What Does This Mean? seminar, participants learn how to reverse this problem. You will study key Scripture passages and acquire new tools for remembering the basic principles and applying them in everyday conflicts.


You will be challenged in the same way to live, proclaim, and cultivate lifestyles of reconciliation in the family, workplace, and church.

“When I first learned biblical peacemaking, I thought it would change my ministry. It did much more – it changed my life!”

A Former Participant

Seminar Outline

Each seminar is presented by a Christian Reconciler™ who is experienced in assisting people in their conflicts through coaching, mediation, and arbitration. Our instructors’ stories of real people inspire and demonstrate how the principles presented are not theoretical but realistic and practical. Go and Be Reconciled: What Does This Mean? seminar covers the following topics:

  • Remember whose you are.  1 John 3:1

    • Baptism​

  • Repent before God.  Psalm 51:17

    • The Ten Commandments​

  • Receive God's Forgiveness.  1 John 1:9

    • Confession​

  • Confess to the Other Person.  James 5:16

    • The Creed​

  • Forgive as God Forgave you.  Colossians 3:12-13

    • The Lord's Prayer​

  • Restore with Gentleness.  Galatians 6:1

    • The Sacrament of the Altar​

 

Each person attending the seminar receives a study guide for note taking during the seminar and personal review, and everyone receives an easy-to-use handout on “Proclaiming God's Forgiveness.” A small group Bible study version is available for purchase at the seminar for follow-up and sharing with others. We offer a selection of resources at our seminar book table for Bible studies and other teaching materials, personal coaching, and further study.

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The cost to sponsor this event is $2,950 teaching fee, plus $5.95/person materials fee, plus travel expenses for an instructor.  Contact Us today to schedule your event. Or contact one of our Licensed Seminar InstructorsCheck their profile for their fees.

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