Christian Resolve & Reconciliation

Resolve works to explain, promote and plant reconciliation so
God’s glory may increasingly become manifest in His Church.

2 Corinthians 5:16-21  

Who we are & Our Background

Who we are   –   Board Members

Roger G Ball
Previously UK ICCC President
Originally in Banking, IT and
family run Intl. business
Grahame H T Scofield (FCCA)
Financial Adviser & Accountant
Advises many charities and Not for Profit organisations
from a Christian perspective
David Tidy
Pastor & Intl. Prayer Reconciler
Teaches Intercessory Prayer Action, spiritual warfare
and National Reconciliation
Philip Quenby
Originally partner in Intl. Law firm
Writer, Filmmaker and Historian of British History
 from a Christian perspective

Resolve is a non-profit company limited by guarantee (not a charity).
Administered by a Board of Directors,  drawn from
 different backgrounds, professions & church denominations. 
  Resolve is able to call on persons from a number of different
 areas of expertise and experience who may be appointed to act as
 mediators or arbitrators according to the nature of the dispute.


CMAS (Christian Mediation and Arbitration Service) was founded & affiliated to International Christian Chamber of Commerce (‘ICCC’) in the early 1990s, responding to the NEED to resolve disputes without going to court
outlined in 1 Corinthians 6
The principal focus was initially on resolving commercial disputes between businessmen in a biblical manner.
CMAS started encouragingly in the late 1990s, but later the level on work dropped and it was renamed Resolveand activity revived.    Since then, the volume of requests have been somewhat erratic although our record in successful mediation outcomes was outstanding.     However, in recent years, the number of requests for Mediations has dropped off and in order to try and understand why, we undertook some detailed research.
The results revealed just how most Christian businesses, church organisations, groups and individuals were:-
1.  Resorting to settling disputes via secular LAW, rather than
      using biblical principles. 
2.  Lacking teaching and understanding of the need to use
      biblical dispute principles.
3.  Following what the world was experiencing in the growing
      levels of DISUNITY – linked to the break down in
      relationships and the pressures on families, business, etc.

We see it as essential
tounderstand the times’ &
 what the Bible saysabout the future,
taking seriously what it means to be a Christian,
encouraging & assisting one another
to respond to conflict