Throughout our lives, we inevitably face conflict with those around us-those we live with, those in the church community, those at work and those with whom we interact in our daily lives. As conflict arises, we have a choice regarding how to deal with it. Generally, there are two approaches to conflict resolution: a worldly approach, and a spiritual, biblically-based approach. The first usually centers on egotistical principles of physical self-protection; sadly, though, while that approach can temporarily seem satisfying, it eventually leads to negative results and loss of peace. The second approach-spiritual and biblically-based-leads to truly resolving conflict and to inner healing. This booklet, based on lectures given by His Grace Bishop Youssef at the Institute of Counseling in Maadi, Cairo, addresses these approaches and the psychological nuances one experiences once the decision is made to approach the conflict worldly or spiritually.