Relationships require motion to grow and prosper. Where there is motion there will also be friction. Where there is friction, conflict is likely to occur. In this sermon, we discover together biblical ways to handle conflict. Conflict is less about a problem to be solved and is more about a relationship to be restored. When conflict is a problem for us to solve we tend to attack the problem rather than addressing the person. But when we learn to address the person first we realize that the problem will also be resolved.