New Xulon Book Combats Conflict: Fable Gives Help, Hope & Healing

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Eric Lo pens a quick read but its unique impact and inspiration can last a lifetime

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... provides an interactive fable – an easy to understand concept and hard to forget tools ...

Within the pages of Eric Lo’s new book, Slaying Conflict Healing Souls - Are We There Yet?, ($18.99, paperback, 9781498414890; $9.99, e-book, 9781498414906) readers will go on a ride through a jungle of high-stakes drama with Pastor John and his quarreling animals: Buddy the dog, Fluffy the cat, and Wise-owl. Leaving Securatown to see John’s dying father in Everland, they encounter church disputes, a family feud, a racist riot, a forest fire, a union strike, cow council clashes, death and rebirth. Along the journey, they gain insight into the heart of conflict, effective tools to repair relationships, and a chance to turn conflict into collaboration, brokenness into wholeness, and pain into everlasting peace. Humorous, engaging, and soul searching, each Act in this journey addresses one aspect of conflict resolution – defining, responding, triaging, decoding, managing, and transforming conflict.

“My book provides an interactive fable – an easy to understand concept and hard to forget tools to recognize, rate, respond, restrain, and resolve conflict – bringing to a wounded soul, healing and peace, even eternal peace,” states the author.

Major Eric Kam Wah Lo has worked as a growing expert on Conflict Resolution for over thirty years. He graduated from California State University as a Civil Engineer, and earned a teaching degree from Sir Robert Black College of Education in Hong Kong. He was a pastor and administrator in The Salvation Army. He is a certified mediator. He resurrected a church under legal fire, merged The Salvation Army with The Boys and Girls Club for the Western States, and successful peacemaking between two feuding American Indian tribal leaders. He has written articles on church conflict and cross-cultural issues for The Officer magazine, circulated in 125 countries. He retired in 2013, and he and his wife Cheryl tour the United States in their RV full time.

Xulon Press, a division of Salem Media Group, is the world’s largest Christian self-publisher, with more than 15,000 titles published to date. Retailers may order Slaying Conflict Healing Souls - Are We There Yet through Ingram Book Company and/or Spring Arbor Book Distributors. The book is available online through xulonpress.com/bookstore, amazon.com, and barnesandnoble.com.

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