This study addresses the prevalence, causes and effects of in-law conflicts among Seventh-day Adventists in five selected districts in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe. This research was necessitated by seemingly many incidents of domestic conflicts involving in-laws. Consequently, Chapter One identifies the problem and methods used in identifying the prevalence, causes and effects of this phenomenon. Chapter Two highlights Biblical and Prophetic perspectives on in-law relationships. Chapter Three reviews related literature. Chapter Four describes the methods used to establish the prevalence, causes and effects of these conflicts. Chapter Five reveals findings emanating from study. Chapter Six summarizes the findings, draws some conclusions and gives some recommendations. The respondents gave long lists of causes, actual challenges and effects of in-law conflicts; ranging from minor to dissolution of marriages.