Adventist Reconciliation Services

Phone: 360.546.2244
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 P.O. Box 194  
 Battle Ground, WA

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Adventist Reconciliation Services began full time peacemaking service to the Seventh-day Adventist Church in September of 1999 as a department of the North Pacific Union of Seventh-day Adventists. The department was named Adventist Christian Conciliation Ministries. The priorities chosen at that time continue to be the priorities today.
  • Providing professional growth for pastors and teachers
  • Providing Mediation and Arbitration Services for individuals
  • Provide "Congregation Conflict Intervention" Services for Churches
  • Encouraging Adventist Professionals to train in Christian Conciliation and network Adventists who are already trained conciliators.

In July 2002 the ministry elected to become an independent professional service. Experience has shown that having the ministry as an official department of the church makes it impossible to mediate or arbitrate issues involving employees or former employees because of conflict of interest.


  1. To serve conferences, local churches, schools, and individuals throughout North America
  2. To serve churches, schools, and individuals
  3. Offer Christian mediation services to individuals and organizations who are in need of resolving a dispute. These services are offered on a "fee for service" basis.
  4. Train selected individuals to become certified Christian conciliators.

Our Staff

Adventist Reconciliation Services is the development of the dream our President, Elder Charles R. Brown. Charles served as pastor for 20 years prior to becoming Ministerial Director for the British Columbia Conference of Seventh-day Adventist. During his service in British Columbia, Canada, Charles became increasingly concerned that Adventist churches and leaders often handle conflict poorly.

Charles studied with the Institute for Christian Conciliation, a division of Peacemaker Ministries of Billings, Montana and became the first Seventh-day Adventist Certified Christian Conciliator.

Charles' wife, Marjorie serves as Office Manager and Secretary-Treasurer ARS and has also taken the Reconciler Training offered by the Institute for Christian Conciliation.