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Wise Practice at Disciples House

Posted on May 14, 2012

Wise Practice at Disciples House

This year’s “Wise Practice,” May 6 and 7, focused on conflict management in congregations. Disciples House worked with Campbell-Stone movement partners from the Institute for Conflict Management at Lipscomb University in Nashville to examine conflict and its levels, individual participants’ conflict profiles, and conflict management styles. Current students, as well as several alumni and members of the House’s board, took part in this all-day workshop.

The event’s first session Sunday night featured recent graduates and Pastoral Residents Steve Mason and Jackie Twedell, who spoke to the process of transitioning from divinity school into a 21st century church. Steve is completing his second year as “Pastoral Resident” at Country Club Christian Church. Jackie Twedell has completed her first year as “Pastoral Resident” at First Christian Church, Hopkinsville, Ky. Wise Practice and the pastoral residencies are part of the Congregational Immersion Project at Disciples House, funded by a grant from the Lilly Endowment.