Resolving Disputes as God Intended—Peacefully, Humbly, and with Love
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At Christian Mediation, we are always on the search for qualified, like-minded Christian professionals interested in offering outstanding mediation services for those seeking to resolve their conflicts in a faith-based manner. We help individuals, businesses, and churches to reach positive agreements for their concerns without immediately resorting to litigation. If you are interested in working with us, we want to get to know you better.
Call (602) 560-1070 to learn more about what we are doing at Christian Mediation.
Why Uphold Faith-Based Values?
The Bible is clear when it comes to how people should treat one another—with respect and love. By working with Christian Mediation in Phoenix, you can help people in conflict reach agreements by means of mediation or arbitration and avoid the adversarial process of courtroom litigation. Our nationwide network of mediators is made up of people trained in Biblical techniques established by God and has helped many clients reach solutions more peacefully.
By working with Christian Mediation, you can help people to:
- Reach Solutions Faster and at a Lower Cost
- Retain Their Confidentiality
- Uphold Their Beliefs
- Preserve Their Relationships
Everything our mediators practice can be found in the Bible, and we additionally affirm our belief in Jesus Christ as the Son of God. If you are interested in learning more about what we believe, you can read our Statement of Faith found here. No matter what kinds of disputes people encounter, we know they can benefit from having Christian principles to guide their process. For those seeking ways to help their community in matters of conflict while promoting healthy relationships with God, Christian Mediation is a great opportunity.
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