Category: RW Blog
If Your Enemy Needs Electricity

If Your Enemy Needs Electricity

Rich, a dear friend of mine, had a horrible conflict with his neighbor, Cynthia. A property line dispute that began with debates in the back yard had evolved into heated arguments. Eventually Cynthia filed a lawsuit. As an attorney and trained conciliator, Rich felt...

Defusing Explosive Meetings

Defusing Explosive Meetings

Have you ever been in a meeting that was about to explode? You could feel the tension building with each person’s comments and knew it was just a matter of time before the dynamite went off. It might have been a conversation with your spouse or teenager. Maybe it was...

100% Responsible

100% Responsible

When my wife was an elementary school counselor, students were often sent to her office because of conflict. As they told her their stories, many children would go to great lengths to paint themselves as victims and others as being to blame for the problem. Corlette...

Fighting to Save a Marriage

Fighting to Save a Marriage

A friend of mine recently learned that his wife is having an affair and is planning to file for divorce. After Mark got over the initial shock, he sought my advice and prayers on how to respond to Lisa (not their real names). He is now fighting for his marriage with...

Transformed Lives Leading Others to Christ

Transformed Lives Leading Others to Christ

Most Christians would love to share the gospel with their friends and coworkers. But many of them don’t know how to begin this kind of conversation. Others are afraid they will be viewed as religious zealots. RW360’s new Transformed pamphlet is designed to help...

2024 Southern Regional Sowing Peace Conference

2024 Southern Regional Sowing Peace Conference

In James 3:18, God makes a marvelous promise: “Peacemakers who sow in peace reap a harvest of righteousness.” This “sow to reap” metaphor reminds us that the more diligently we teach and nurture God’s relational principles, especially the gospel itself, the more we...

10 Ways to Connect Deeply at Christmas

10 Ways to Connect Deeply at Christmas

Would you like to move beyond superficial conversation during your Christmas gathering this year? Would you like to connect deeply with your family and friends and hear them share stories about the most meaningful people and events of their lives? If so, give each of...

New Tools for Sharing the Gospel

New Tools for Sharing the Gospel

As much as Corlette and I rejoice to see people reconciled to one another through peace-making, we rejoice far more to see them reconciled to God through the gospel of Christ. This is why our ministry is dedicated to developing resources that make it easier for...

I Was an Embarrassment to My Friends

I Was an Embarrassment to My Friends

C.S. Lewis and I have something in common: there was a time when each of us became an embarrassment to our friends. Lewis endured this uncomfortable experience after his wife, Joy, died. Here is what he wrote in A Grief Observed: “An odd by-product of my loss is that...

The Night My Father Died

The Night My Father Died

My mother passed away fifteen years ago on Christmas Eve. She was totally at peace and eager to see her Savior face-to-face. Not so my father. He was terrified as death approached. He had served as a prosecutor and trial judge for 30 years, declaring people guilty and...

Six Ways to Defeat Loneliness at Christmas

Six Ways to Defeat Loneliness at Christmas

Three weeks before Christmas, Wolfgang Dircks died while watching television. His body wasn’t discovered until five years later. None of the neighbors in his apartment complex noticed the absence of the 43-year-old. His rent continued to be paid automatically out of...

Using RW for Witnessing and Evangelism

Using RW for Witnessing and Evangelism

Would you like to see hundreds of people in your community hear the gospel in a winsome and practical way for the first time in their lives? Would you like to see new people walking in the door of your church with their families, hoping and expecting to have their...