Date(s) - 25th Aug 2020
8:30 am - 3:30 pm
Darwin Baptist Church
The purpose of conflict coaching training is to equip you to help others resolve conflict and reconcile relationships without your direct involvement in the conflict.
Please note: this course requires having done the traditional Personal Peacemaking or the Everyday Peacemaking course.
In this training, aimed at the kinds of everyday conflicts and conversations we have with friends, family members, colleagues and neighbours, you will:
- learn how Personal Peacemaking principles learnt in earlier courses can be used in conflict coaching
- discover a simple 4-part process to help someone respond to a conflict they are facing
- consider the character elements of a good conflict coach
- explore listening skills and the role of good questions
- learn how to gently probe deeper to explore the role of the human heart
- see ways to use Scripture to speak to the heart
- equip someone to have difficult conversations
- have the opportunity to put it into practice!
Please note our cancellation policy:
- Up to one month before the course – $25 charge applies
- From 1 month to 1 week before the 1st day of training – 50% of the fee will be refunded.
- Within one week before the course – no refund will be given*.
* For serious illness or emergency, a fee credit will be supplied to be used within 1 year. Registrants are responsible for registering for future training with credit supplied.
If require a vegetarian, vegan or gluten-free meal, please send an email to [email protected] at least one week prior to training.
Steve Frost has been helping people in conflict for more than twenty years as a lawyer, mediator, conflict coach and trainer. He is the founder of Horizons Family Law Centre, a charity that works alongside local churches to help families with high conflict parenting disputes and domestic violence. He pioneered the delivery of non-profit legal help to clients of the Commonwealth-funded Family Relationship Centres in NSW. Steve is a graduate of Morling College and is committed, through all he does, to helping people relate to each other and navigate conflict the way Jesus modelled and taught.
Josh is a Barrister and Mediator who lives, works and worships in Darwin with his wife Sarah and 5 young children. Josh has experience in church leadership and ministry governance teams, having variously held the position of secretary and public officer for Darwin Baptist Church over a period of 10 years, and more recently with the Baptist Union of the Northern Territory. Josh has had involvement with PeaceWise since 2012, and has a heart to see the Gospel of Christ brought to light in all areas of conflict - especially within the church. God said that the world will know that we are his Disciples by our love shown for one another. It's this that fuels Josh's great desire to let the world see Christ through loving and well handled conflict, that demonstrates the power of forgiveness freely given by a loving God and shared by His people.