Why Chickens?

Contrary to their docile presentation, a flock of chickens can experience significant conflict.  They peck, scratch and give the evil eye.  Conflict might be part of nature, but it is our goal to provide God’s Hope in Conflict.

chicken headWhen you Ruffled the Wrong Feathers…

When chickens are “offended” their feathers get ruffled; they respond with dramatic flair for the slightest infraction. read more

 

 

pushing buttonWhen Someone is Pushing Your Buttons…

That person brings out the worst in me.  I never act like this with anyone else.  Sound familiar? Many people want to know how some people know how to push their buttons? read more

 

 

 

hitting sendWhen you Regret Hitting Send…

Your well-meaning post just blew up – that friendly debate quickly escalated into ugly insults.  You figure it is time to delete it and take a long break from social media. read more

 

 

roommateWhen you are having Roommate Issues…

Do you feel like someone is trying to “rule the roost?”  You just want to have a peaceful coexistence but your roommate seems to constantly create an environment of conflict. read more

 

 

picked onWhen you feel Picked on…

Chickens will mercilessly pick or more literally peck on one another.  Their “society” functions by a pecking order. read more

 

 

lost relationshipWhen you Won the Argument but Lost the Relationship…

Being right does not always feel right; especially if it hurts a relationship.  Some people have a difficult time tempering their words when there is an issue to be won. read more

 

 

walk awayWhen you are Thinking about Walking Away…

“She is a good friend, but I just don’t know how to fix this conflict.  I wonder if it is time to just walk away.”   In today’s disposable society it sometimes doesn’t seem worth the effort to risk confronting a friend; read more

 

quizHow Big is your conflict?

Answer each question and check your score at the end. Your results should give you an indication as to the seriousness of your conflict. take quiz

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