The parties involved in a dispute or conflict are almost always those best able to resolve it. Before contacting us, we strongly encourage you to visit the Find Peace section of our website. Spending time with the resources provided there will equip you to pursue peace biblically, confidently, and with humility on your own so that you may not need our help. If you do need further assistance after using these resources, or if you have any questions, please Contact Us
Answering Your Initial questions
We do not charge for explaining our services or answering general questions about the process of Christian Resolution & Reconciliation. We view this time as an investment that helps ensure that you understand the process and the options available to you. First, we encourage you to read Navigating Disputes & Conflicts God's Way: The Process of Christian Resolution & Reconciliation. You may also want to review our Mediation Procedures and Arbitration Rules to become more familiar with these options. If your situation involves marriage issues, read How We Help with Marriage Conflict, which can be found there as well. Then, call us with any questions you have. Once all your initial questions have been answered, you can decide whether you wish to work with PeacePoint to pursue peace in your situation.
Getting Started with PeacePoint
The Christian Resolution & Reconciliation process with PeacePoint begins with a call or email message to our office. We will provide general information on our services as well as party information sheets and questionnaires to complete. You can find these in the Forms/Rules/Procedures section. After we receive the completed information sheets and questionnaires and the required filing fees from you, a member of our staff will contact you to discuss the different ways we might be able to help with your specific situation. Until all of the parties involved agree to work with us, we can only provide Coaching. Once all of the parties involved agree to work with us, we can assist with Mediation, Arbitration or both.
Peacemaking is Not Legal Representation. While PeacePoint services may be used to resolve legal disputes, our Peace Advocates do not provide legal advice and representation to those involved. This limitation applies to all of our Peace Advocates, including those who happen to be attorneys. If you are concerned about or have questions regarding your legal rights, you should consult with an independent attorney. Attorneys are always invited to participate in peacemaking with their clients.