Whether they’re fighting about politics, arguing about sports, debating over homework, having it out over friendship drama, or just dealing with daily family feuds, your students are constantly finding themselves in the position to argue. And, between cable news, social media battles and Infowars, our culture has nearly made arguing a sport or a pastime. More than ever, as students watch arguments play out around them, the message seems to be “win at all costs.” That’s why this week we’re diving into the question, “How do I win an argument?” As we do, we’ll discover that because Jesus is at the center of our relationships, there is a better way to disagree, a different way to approach conflict that will leave your students winning more than just arguments. They’ll be winners with relationships instead.