Posts Tagged ‘Character’

Point of Light By W. Scott Brown

A POINT OF LIGHT: A TRIBUTE TO PRESIDENT GEORGE H.W. BUSH Our nation lost a statesman, distinguished leader and a point of light on Nov. 30, 2018. President George H.W. Bush was a leader who embraced humility, always avoiding discussion of his “legacy,” but who nonetheless left behind a leadership legacy of dignity, grace, integrity,…

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A Courageous Stand By Lee Ellis

How Faith-Filled Leaders Can Take a Courageous Stand in Today’s Culture By Lee Ellis~ Despite the seeming lack of honor and accountability that we see in our culture today, I still choose to believe that most people that I encounter have good character and will operate ethically. Would you agree? Interestingly though, when I was…

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The Character of Steward Leaders by Howard Rich

By Howard Rich ~ The issue of a leader’s personal character is crucial, especially considering followers of Jesus Christ should be outstanding examples of trustworthiness, yet there seems to be a lethargy and complacency concerning integrity among some Christians, which is out of sync with so many of the teachings in Scripture. Character is an…

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Overcoming the Crisis of Character

By R. Bruce Bickel We’re at a crisis in our culture. It’s not a crisis of security, although that’s of prime importance to our citizenry. And it’s not a crisis of terrorism, although that’s an issue of concern for our world. The crisis that concerns me most is one that’s far more dangerous because it’s so subtle. It’s a…

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