The general principle is if you decide to submit your case to Christian conciliation is you’re going to agree that, one, you’re going to be honest. Two, you’re going to do what’s just and merciful. Three, you’re going to accept responsibility for actions and admit your wrongs or you’re going to keep your word. You’re going to be concerned about the interest of others and to listen carefully to what others have to say. You agree to overlook minor offenses. You agree to confront on each other or others constructively. You agree to be open to forgiveness and to reconciliation. You’re going to agree to change harmful attitudes and behavior. You’re going to agree to make restitution for any damage that you caused. In other words, if you’re going to use Christian conciliation, you will be encouraged to follow the rule that God has given to govern relationships between all people. In everything, do unto others what you would have them do unto you for this sums up the law and the prophecy according to Matthew 7:12.
1 Corinthians 6:1-8