Tag Archives: Character

Integrity: Don’t Leave Home Without It

Integrity: Don’t Leave Home Without It

It seems with each passing day we are sinking a little deeper into the quicksand of cultural collapse. For those of us who, like Daniel, seek to live in the world but not of the world, what is the single most important attribute we need as we strive to influence the culture in a positive

Integrity: What’s the Price?

If you tell the truth, you don’t have to remember anything. – Mark Twain Enemies disguise themselves with their lips, but in their hearts they harbor deceit. – Proverbs 26:24 Kyle was a small building contractor known for the high quality of his work. A sizable company awarded him the bid on a project larger

Character: Can the Devil Make Me Do It?

Sorting through some of the discouraging headlines from the sports section of various newspapers , I find an amazing number of columns dealing exclusively with the topic of character, or lack thereof. Jerry Sandusky, the retired Penn State assistant who coached scores of NFL defenders in his three decades at the university, was found guilty on 45 counts at

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Raising Kids with Character: The Goal of Parenting

Good kids are a product of the real goal of parenting: mature character. When children grow up with mature character, they are able to take their place as adults in the world and function properly in all areas of life. Raising kids with character is the main goal of child rearing. But what is character?

Faith is Both a Noun and a Verb

When parents are fleshing out their faith and living out their days with joy and honesty, their children will be attracted to it. Children want something that is real; they want to follow someone who is genuine. Your example—in victories and challenges, in successes and sins, in forgiveness and accountability— can lead them toward an

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