God has taught me so many things in the past seven months. That Christian men and women who keep on praying can struggle through difficult church decisions and arrive at compromises; but it takes faith, patience, and good will.
That compromise is not always sinful. Sometimes it can be, but sometimes it can be wise.
The reminder that not all Christian group decisions are moral binaries. In other words, we often need to make pragmatic decisions, and pragmatic decisions will change because they're based on circumstances.
That keeping track of the changing circumstances can be mentally exhausting, some people are better at doing that than others, and everyone together is better at doing that than just 1-2 people alone.
That God the Holy Spirit directly guides, in response to prayer, regarding pragmatic decisions. He is not an evangelist or Bible tutor only.
That doing what is love toward others is more important than my rights, which pleases God because Jesus did the same (Philippians 2:1-8).