Resolving Disputes as God Intended—Peacefully, Humbly, and with Love
About David L. Rose
How Christian Mediation Reaches Peaceful Solutions
Christian Mediation was founded by Attorney David L. Rose. Having been named among the best lawyers in America and earned a Martindale-Hubbell AV-Preeminent® rating, he has more than two decades of experience in trial and appellate practice, with an emphasis on high-conflict and complex matters.
After more than two decades of litigating, mediating, and serving in a judicial capacity, David chose to honor his commitment to God by promoting mediation services as a way for people to avoid traditional litigation. Having seen family after family destroyed by the adversarial nature of courtroom solutions, he founded Christian Mediation to help believers resolve their disputes as God intended—peacefully, humbly, and with love.
Christian Mediation was designed to help disputing parties by:
- Reducing the Costs and Time Associated With Conflict Resolution
- Preserving the Dignity of All Parties Through Strict Confidentiality
- Helping Believers Obey God's Word in Matters of Conflict
- Offering an Alternative to the Stress of Litigation
Setting the Right Example
When David began Christian Mediation with his wife, Karen, they knew it would be important to provide not only peaceful resolutions to legal matters but correct ones. His experience as a certified family law specialist in Arizona helps him train our mediators to pursue Christian-centered ideals when helping people resolve disputes.
How Christian Mediation Helps Clients
God's Word regarding conflict resolution is clear—reach solutions with respect and love. By helping clients to utilize the principles and tenets of the Bible in their conflict resolutions, they are better able to preserve valuable relationships.
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