Repairing Broken Relationships

One big (and obvious) reason the divisiveness that set in during the pandemic seems like it’s here to stay: We don’t have the right tools to repair broken relationships. 

So many people in our churches have strained relationships and longing for restoration. But they simply don’t know what to do about it. In a difficult relationship, where both sides care for one another but are struggling to reconnect, what are helpful first steps?

Here, Reachable Reconciliation Founder Fred Oduyoye offers a basic toolkit for helping your people begin the process of repairing shattered relationships.

Learn more about repairing broken relationships through a coaching cohort in Reachable Reconciliation with Fred Oduyoye.


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