Resolving Disputes As God Intended

Biblical Support for Mediation

Principles for Faith-based Mediation in Florida

Conflicts and disputes are not a new concept. Since the beginning of time, God has offered ways for his followers to solve their interpersonal concerns more peacefully. At Inspired Mediation Services in Florida, founded by Patrick Cioffi, we promote ways for people to reach mutually beneficial agreements that help them preserve both their interests and their relationships. By adhering to God’s word as found in the Bible. We believe that people could reach the best possible outcome through this process.

Biblical Principles of Conflict Resolution

Faith-based Mediation provides wise and impartial counsel to assist Believers in resolving their problems outside of the court system. We are guided by Biblical principles and are grounded in the belief that we are called to avoid litigation.

How Mediation is supported by the Bible:

Biblical Beginnings to Conflict Resolution

The Old Testament has established a precedent of moral conflict resolution as well. We can learn how to successfully resolve our disputes without becoming hostile by following these tenets.

The Old Testament teaches that:

The New Testament also teaches that:

In all their affairs, including resolving disputes, the central theme for Believers is to humbly obey the word of God. This is best accomplished when we love one another—”love your neighbor as yourself.”

The apostle Paul strongly discouraged lawsuits between Believers, and he admonished Faith-based to settle their disputes with the help of wise Believers rather than by Unbelievers in the court. He taught that going to court against another Believer is shameful and is a defeat even before the case is heard. 1 Cor. 6:1-8

To learn how alternative dispute resolution can help resolve your personal, business, or church-related matter, please call Inspired Mediation at 561 300 6002 to schedule your free 30-minute consultation.

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