More Articles from Archive ~ Integrity

My wife and I were house parents for teenage girls for seven years.  Many of the girls have grown up in extremely difficult circumstances.  They learned to survive by their wits.  Usually, that included lying about stuff. Strategies of lying worked for them when they were little, but now lying does more to hinder their […]

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Several years ago I went to a conference given by “Leadership Catalyst” (taught by Bill Thrall).  One of the things they emphasized was the importance of developing integrity.  I loved one illustration about Character Development. Bill showed us two ladders moving toward success.  The first was a ladder with a shaky foundation which resulted in […]

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A and B Choices A pastor was in his seventies.  He and his wife of 50 years were visiting some friends.  His wife and the husband of the other couple were out of the house.  He was hanging out with his friend’s wife.  He offered to give her a back rub. (You already see his […]

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