Confront. HOW TO TRANSFORM CONFLICT WITH. COMPASSION AND GRACE . David Augsburger. O. David Augsburger, Caring Enough to Confront. Conflict doesn’t need to tear your relationships apart. It can actually make them deeper, more loving, and more rewarding. In fact, I believe that honesty and. Caring Enough To Confront By David Augsburger. 7 Days. Conflict doesn’t need to tear your relationships apart. It can actually make them deeper, more loving.
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I have a lot of work to do, but this book has helped me to identify areas of my life that need changing, especially in the way I relate to and deal with others. This was a very good book in helping me think about what it means to confront others auggsburger a biblical and caring way.
Caring Enough to Confront by David Augsburger
The book is definitely a good read. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Every Christian should live to make peace-when possible.
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So these comments the author made were simply inaccurate. Amazon Second Chance Pass it on, trade it in, give it a second life. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. It is written in a very easy-to-read style and offers very practical advice for anyone interested in learning how to grow and strengthen relationships. Like David Augsburger says in this book, we cannot do so without appropriately and effectively confronting others as we’re led and commanded in Scripture at https: The author pointed out six types of questions that are posed not for the sake of gaining informative answers, but rather to make a statement by the questioner.
February 16, Sold by: Read more Read less. Set up a giveaway. Enjoy and learn to communicate better Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. It has helped me to see my own selfishness and pride that is often cring cause of poor confrontation.
That they are selfish. The author used Jesus as an illustration that anger itself is not a sin but the sin comes in our reaction and subsequent loss of temperance. Revell; 3 edition February 16, Publication Date: Editorial Reviews From the Back Cover Many people try to avoid conflict, aigsburger confrontation can be a catalyst for deeper loving care as we learn to integrate our needs and wants with those of others.
Product details File Size: I was recommended this at Corrymeela and found it a very helpful way to look at resolving problems with people who disagreed!
Care-fronting is being upfront with important facts that can call out new awareness, insight, and understanding.
Caring Enough To Confront By David Augsburger
Care-fronting is loving and level conversation. Got me thinking about how to respond rather than react – though I have been working on this stuff for years there is always a little bit more to learn: A much more poetic book that similar self help-type books on effective communication in disagreements.
The strength of this book is in its practicality. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Meditations of the Heart. I found it impossible to figure out how to score my responses and therefore gave up on the exercise. To differ is to disrespect.
Caring Enough to Confront
A must-read for church leaders, and anyone else dealing with tangled interpersonal dynamics — family, work, where-ever. I like it as a creative and helpful alternative to the word ‘confront’ and the expression “tough love”. These people must learn to put down the gavel and stop being so motivated yo either praise or criticism.
I know other pagans. Lists with This Book. Ministry in the Image of God: Overall, though, I think it was a helpful book for understanding how to approach others in a manner that will help both people involved. His ideas conrfont work well for personal, work and other relationships. Refresh and try again.