A Ministry of Reconciliation
Serving Congregations and Christian Organizations across North America



NEWS! My next book, co-authored with Glenn Ball, has been accepted for publication by a mainline publisher! "Let Us Prey: The Plague of Narcissist Pastors and What We Can Do About It" will be available worldwide in softcover and digital downloads sometime in early 2017..

Watch for it!

 The study the book is based on can be downloaded at the bottom of this page.


Professional, Effective, and Biblical Consulting and Problem Resolution Services
Distressed Churches and Christian Organizations

Specializing in On-Site Conflict and Reconciliation Interventions, Processes, Coaching, and Training

Every church and organization will have internal problems that result in conflict. Conflict is normal and has the potential for growth. However, it too easily takes control and becomes destructive, leaving the church distressed and in disarray. Do you have conflict, or does conflict have you? The difference can be deadly! 


Ezekiel 22:30 states, "I searched for a man among them who would build up the wall and stand in the gap before Me for the land, so that I would not destroy it; but I found no one" (NASB).


Peacebridge Ministries is called to stand in the gap. We come alongside to help find solutions that work for distressed churches, Christian schools and parachurch organizations. Our goal is simple: Help you sort through the problems, identify and facilitate solutions, to bring biblical healing and forgiveness, and get your relationships and church or organization back on track.

The mission of Peacebridge Ministries is to prevent destructive conflict and to help distressed churches and Christian organizations resolve problems in positive, biblical ways through consulting, coaching, training, and on-site interventions using proven, biblically sound practices.

Peacebridge Ministries is a non-profit corporation registered in Washington State. Peacebridge Ministries has been granted tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS code, so donations are tax deductible.

Do you know a pastor who is angry, suspicious, never wrong, demanding, entitled? Then you need to read the article that is causing a lot of discussion around the country. Researched and written by Glenn Ball (Presbyterian Church in Canada) and Darrell Puls (Peacebridge Ministries) and presented at the world conference of the American Association of Christian Counselors in Nashville, TN, it describes an insidious inside threat to every church: pastors with the mental disease of Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

The Road Home, based on biblical principles, hundreds of clinical studies, and group psychology, all of it fueled by the Holy Spirit, is designed to help pastors, church leaders, counselors, mediators, and others guide entire congregations and groups through the difficult tasks of authentic 
forgiveness and reconciliation following moderate to intense conflict.

The contents and premises of this book have been scrutinized by top Christian scholars and practitioners. 
The foreword is by Everett Worthington, Jr., one of the most famous and respected forgiveness researchers and writers in the world. The book has also been endorsed by Dr. Tim Clinton, President of the American Association of Christian Counselors, and Dr. Paul Regan, President of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies.

The Road Home is now available at booksellers worldwide in paperback and digital formats, including:
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