WE GUIDE CHRISTIAN ORGANIZATIONS TO TURN CONFLICT INTO DISCIPLESHIP.
Anxious about your next faculty meeting? Dreading your upcoming parent conferences? Conflict is hard. Really hard.
But aren’t excellent opportunities surrounded by difficulty? By learning how Jesus pursues love through diversity and conflict, your team will become a unified, cohesive unit best positioned to accomplish your school’s goals. After decades of research and hands-on application through workshops, we developed the 5 Practices of Wayfinder. These Practices will transform your team and how they seek and engage in conflict. From faculty and staff to parents and students, your school will become a place that thinks, acts, and leads like Jesus in the face of division. Become a Wayfinder today and experience:
- Lowering HR costs
- Increasing parent support & trust
- Institutional unity in Christ
Our Wayfinder Training is a 2-day, hands-on training where you will learn how to engage conflict in a manner where everyone wins. You’ll leave your training with a 1-2 year plan of how to seamlessly incorporate the foundations of Christian Conflict Transformation into your existing institutional rhythms.
From book bans to which coffee brand, your team will engage conflict like Jesus – creating a culture of Christian Conflict Transformation our world desperately needs.
THE WAY TO A UNITED COMMUNITY
A conversational tool and structure allows church leaders to faithfully discuss divisive issues with groups experiencing conflict.
Tools, skills and practice sessions informed by religious scholars and rooted in historical commitments shared by all Christians.
Spiritual practices insert prayer and worship into these conversations.
120-day roadmap clearly demonstrating how to implement WayFinder in your specific faith community.
Two-day training equips church leaders and motivated volunteers to manage any issue creating concern, controversy, or conflict as it arises within the congregation.
Congregations are enriched by their differences and sustained by the love they share as brothers and sisters in Christ.