Integrity

Many People Don’t Know What The Cross Means (illustration)

Many people in our culture today don’t know what the cross means, or what Christians believe about it. A study was conducted about five years ago of people in Australia, Germany, India, Japan, England and the U.S. to find how much they recognized certain symbols. Ninety-two perce …

Bonhoeffer - Executed For Trying to Kill Hitler (illustration)

Horrified at what Hitler and the Nazis were doing, Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German minister, concluded it was his Christian duty to help get rid of Adolf Hitler. In 1945 he was executed for plotting to assassinate the Fuhrer. Regarding what it means to be a responsible member of so …

Integrity Lost Cannot Be Regained (illustration)

Reuben Gonzales was in the final match of a pro racquetball tournament. In the 4th and final game,  Gonzales made a super kill shot into the front wall to win the game. The referee called it good. Two linesman affirmed that the shot was in. But Gonzales, after a moments hesi …

I Declared My Allegiance to Jesus Christ (illustration)

My Marine commanding officer called me in and asked me why I had not participated in a particular event that was in his terms “required” of the entire company. As far as I can remember, it was the only time I had directly disobeyed a command. Captain Birch said to me, & …

Bribed to Open the Gate of the Great Wall (illustration)

The story of the building of the Great Wall of China. They built it so high that no one could get over it. And they built it so thick that no one could tunnel through it. They built this gigantic wall that still exists today. And then the people of China sat down behind the …

Abe Lincoln - A Man of Integrity (illustration)

Throughout his administration, Abraham Lincoln was a president under fire, especially during the scarring years of the Civil War. And though he knew he would make errors of office, he resolved never to compromise his integrity. So strong was this resolve that he once said, …

Integrity (illustration)

During his time as a rancher, Theodore Roosevelt and one of his cowpunchers lassoed a maverick steer, lit a fire, and prepared the branding irons. The part of the range they were on was claimed by Gregor Lang, one of Roosevelt’s neighbors. According to the cattleman’s rul …