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These Guidelines are designed to provide an introduction and procedural framework for biblical mediation and arbitration, otherwise known as Christian conciliation. The concepts and rules set forth on these pages may be used by anyone who is assisting others in resolving a conflict. Model Case Forms and other resources designed to facilitate Christian conciliation are available.

Although many conflicts can be successfully resolved with the assistance of lay conciliators, some disputes are so complex that they require the involvement of well-trained professionals. Furthermore, ICC has no control over persons or organizations that use these conciliation procedures outside of its direct administration and cannot be responsible for the services they provide. For these reasons, when parties select their own conciliators, they should carefully consider the training and experience of the individuals who may serve them.

The Guidelines designed to provide general information on biblical conflict resolution. It is not intended to provide legal or other professional advice. If legal counsel or other expert assistance is required, the services of a competent professional person should be sought.

To view the Guidelines for Christian Conciliation™ booklet contents online, click here.

Guidelines for Christian Conciliation (ver. 2023/June)

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