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Causes: International, International Peace & Security

Programs: Resource development & distribution division - numerous resources are available through our web-based bookstore that assist churches and individuals in building a culture of peace through biblical principles. We develop and deliver outstanding, life-changing resources, training, and services to a multitude of churches and individuals throughout the world. We prepare individuals and organizations at all age demographics and role responsibilities for peacemaking through educational resources, seminars, and training. We also provide conflict coaching, mediation, and arbitration services to resolve church and ministry disputes, lawsuits, family divisions, and business conflicts.

training division - peacemaker ministries provides training, consulting and resources to conciliators in the u. S and around the world, enabling them to gain expertise in assisting christians in conflict.

conciliation services division - this division provides conflict coaching and christian dispute resolution (mediation and/or arbitration) services with formally opened cases to individuals, companies, ministries, and churches involved in disputes and/or legal actions. In addition, hundreds of individuals, churches, and organizations are served through email and telephone coaching contacts, where they receive conflict coaching regarding their particular dispute. Most services are conducted outside peacemaker ministries' offices and the majority involve out-of-state travel. Also includes fees for those maintaining their certification reporting their further education.

Community Stories

4 Stories from Volunteers, Donors & Supporters

Warren L.

Client Served

Rating: 1

I was threatened by a "Certified Christian Conciliator" who was affiliated with the Institute of Christian Conciliation, a part of Peacemaker Ministries. I had to hire an attorney to protect myself, changed my phone number, and filed an official complaint against this person's professional license. The ICC would not even uphold their own so-call "Standards of Conduct". They are a joke!

Professional with expertise in this field

Rating: 5

As a pastor and professor, I have been acquainted with Peacemaker Ministries for many years. Not only have I been trained in their materials, but I have also taught it numerous times in my church and school. I am convinced it is one of the most important ministries that exist today for both Christians and non-Christians alike who struggle with conflict resolution. Time and time again I have found that their gospel-centered and grace-motivated approach is the only long-lasting solution to difficult problems. I cannot thank Peacemaker enough for all that they are doing to bring true peace where it is needed.

Review from CharityNavigator


Rating: 5

I got acquainted with Peacemaker Ministries 15 years ago when I used The Young Peacemaker curriculum to teach my elementary school child about how to deal with conflict. Since then, I have been through their Conflict Coaching training and other seminars. In my job at another Christian organization, I found the training and Peacemaker materials very useful in helping people deal constructively with conflicts. Along the way, I've occasionally called Peacemaker Ministries for help with a sticky conflict situation and received professional, practical and very effective guidance from an experienced staff member. I've been a donor to this organization for the last 12 years and will continue to make it one of my giving priorities.

Review from CharityNavigator

Client Served

Rating: 1

The Institute for Christian Conciliation (ICC) is a division of Peacemaker Ministries: www.peacemaker.net/ICC In 2011 I was threatened by a Certified Christian Conciliatorâ„¢ who was employed by an agency that provides 'Christian counseling and mediation services'. Another Certified Christian Conciliatorâ„¢ assisted her in composing the threatening letter. Because of these threats, I changed my phone number and hired an attorney. The ICC has a very detailed Standard of Conduct for Christian Conciliation: www.peacemaker.net/site/c.nuIWL7MOJtE/b.5392257/k.7C40/Standard_of_Conduct_for_Christian_Conciliation.htm I filed a complaint against both staff members with the ICQ alleging that they broke 3 standards of conducts. But after months of deliberation, an administrator of the ICC could find no fault. My advice to you: be very wary of dealing with the ICC or Peacemaker Ministries.

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