How To Manage Conflicts (5 of 5) by Fred Lowery
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Dr. Fred Lowery
March 20, 2011
James 4:1; Proverbs 12:18; Proverbs 15:1; Proverbs 18:13; Proverbs 19:2; Ephesians 4:26-27; Ephesians 4:32
There, we're going to talk about conflict management today. Yesterday we had the men at the cross; it was incredible, I'm telling you I think the most powerful men's deal that I've ever been to. I mean it was from the first minute, it just got really powerful and I wish that every man at our church could have been there because you just don't walk away from it the same person. How many of you got to come to that? Men, just let me see the hands. All right so I think we are going to do it next year and I'm going to figure out a way to require you to come next year. Or put your names on a billboard on the street if you don't come or something because it's for your own good. I'm telling you, you missed one of the greatest things that's happened in this church, this year. I hope they will come back next year and we'll try to pack this place out because it is certainly worth it. And this is interesting that you know the guys came down at one point and nailed things to the cross that represented things that were hang-ups in their lives and several of those guys in talking to some guys one of the big things was apathy. Apathy. And if I were to just guess I would say that that is where most men are, just apathetic and busy about other things. But we have revival in this country it has to come from the men. And I think that we are due revival in this country. So we are going to talk about conflict and let's, you got to listen quickly because I have a lot to tell you and don't get me off to the side but let me deal with this. There are two kinds of people at parties. Those who want to go home early and those want to be the very last ones there. The problem is they are married to each other. I mean God has a sense of humor. Of course you know Leigh and you know me, s ...
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