Item description for Making Peace: A Catholic Guide to Turning Conflict Into Grace by Ed Gaffney & Terri Sortor...
Overview Using a simple, four-step process, the authors connect the call to holiness with the opportunity to demonstrate faith in action during stressful and challenging situations. They look at conflict as an everyday challenge and their guidelines are practical and realistic. This is an excellent guide for all who experience conflict at home, at work, or within the community.
Publishers Description Have you ever felt overwhelmed by conflict? When conflict arises, do you run away, or attack, or try to make peace? While some conflict is natural and can even promote creativity and change, many of our disagreements result from selfish motives and behavior. Making Peace: A Catholic Guide to Turning Conflict into Grace shows how you can transform the storms of conflict into the grace-filled waters of growth in Christ. Using a simple, four-step process, this workbook connects our call to holiness with the opportunity to demonstrate our faith in action during stressful and challenging situations.
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Studio: Twenty-Third Publications
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.68" Width: 5.64" Height: 0.22" Weight: 0.27 lbs.
Release Date Apr 4, 2005
Publisher Twenty-Third Publications
Edition Student/Stdy Gde
ISBN 1585953741 ISBN13 9781585953745
Availability 0 units.
More About Ed Gaffney & Terri Sortor
Ed Gaffney took ten years of work as a criminal lawyer, added an overactive imagination, and came up with a new career as a novelist. This has led to an unexpected number of requests from his softball teammates to appear with Terry and Zack in future books. Ed lives west of Boston with his wife," New York Times" bestselling author Suzanne Brockmann, their two children, and their anxious, but ever-loyal dogs, Sugar and Spice. He is the author of Premeditated Murder and Suffering Fools, both featuring Zack Walker and Terry Tallach, and is currently at work on his next legal thriller.