Search ResultsIntegrity: Living Out God's Wisdom Integrity so easily gets put aside when we face the tough moments in our lives. Perhaps the greatest threat to our integrity is the temptation of expediency and consumerism. Living the Faith with Integrity Commentary by Chelsey Harmon on Titus 1: Reading through the qualifications, one thing becomes abundantly clear: living the faith with integrity is vital for everyone’s well-being. Entering the Stream of the Faithful In this interview, Nadia Bolz-Weber talks about communicating a historic doctrine in today’s culture, suggesting that clergy have to be deeply rooted in tradition in order to innovate with integrity. The Measure with Which We Measure - Study Guide Study guide for a lesson about incarceration and justice. Has the gospel’s integrity been sacrificed to sanction the violence that accompanies legal systems?Includes liturgical elements and reflection questions. Integrity Gets the Word Out Al Hsu looks at 1 Thessalonians 1:2-10 noting that the Thessalonians had a widespread reputation for integrity and reflects on how having integrity can make a significant impact on others. Integrity in Little Things An employee who is careless in little things often turns out to be a big problem. Mary DeMuth provides an illustration for Luke 16:10, noting that our integrity is on display in both major and minor... Integrity: Who You Are When Nobody is Watching This children's sermon by Bob Renn on Proverbs 10:9 uses score-keeping in golf to discuss the importance of having integrity. Renin explains that having integrity means being honest and doing right when only God is watching. Being a Person of Integrity Integrity is a result of God's work in us, in which the Spirit helps us be conformed to the image of Christ, both internally and in our behavior. A devotional on Psalm 7:8 by Mark Roberts. Living a Life of Integrity John van de Laar reflects on James 3:1-12, Psalm 73:21-28, Colossians 3:1-11, and Ecclesiastes 1:1-18 to remind readers to live a life of integrity, one that is faithful to the ways of God. Full Text Hymns on Integrity Integrity of CharacterPD
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See more hymns... Maintaining Your Virtual Integrity This article considers virtual integrity, encouraging us to maintaining a clear e-conscience where our Christian character applies also to our online activities and actions. This resource is well suited as a sermon illustration or sermon starter. Integrity Can't Be Recovered This sermon illustration for Psalm 5:6, Psalm 101:7, and Proverbs 10:9 talks about integrity, saying: "Integrity is like virginity--once you lose it, it's gone for good." Functional Integrity in Creation A post by Robert C. Bishop (5th in a series) about "functional integrity," the pattern of creation itself continuing creation, which can be seen in miracles and even evolution. We Call It Integrity; God Calls It Righteousness This article uses both workplace and Scripture to reflect on integrity, reminding us that God calls us into right relationships with himself and with one another. We call it integrity; the Bible calls it righteousness. Invitation to a life of integrity Reflecting on Matthew 6:16-24, David Lose writes that Jesus is inviting his disciples to a life of integrity, a life that is lived for the sake of the principle, not for appearance. Integrity, Conviction, Marriage, and more Stories from the news illustrating several themes including integrity, grace, convictions, marriage, justice and public prayer. A Life of Integrity at Home A devotional reflection by Mark D. Roberts on Psalm 101:2. Roberts explores the meaning of integrity--the opposite of hypocrisy--and the need for Christians, and especially Christian leaders, to exhibit it even in private life.