Integrity

Front stage, backstage

Front stage, backstage

Editor’s note: Kansas District Superintendent Ed Rotz speaks below to the balance all Christians, especially those in leadership, seek. Nearly 2,000 pastors and spouses will attend The Gathering this week. Pray for all attendees— that the Holy Spirit would encourage,...
Daily snapshot

Daily snapshot

 Learn more About Voices Blogs  If you’ve ever toured historic buildings or art museums then you’ve likely seen the sign: NO PHOTOS! That sign is just begging to be broken. How many of us can say we’ve never snuck our phones out to take a picture while the sign said...
A different kind of college student

A different kind of college student

Dr. Gentry Sutton shares his observations about students who attended a recent university trip to Washington, D.C. [Ed.] In recent years, I have frequently lamented about the coarse language I hear from young people on college campuses–and I have been particularly...
One dollar and sixty-one cents

One dollar and sixty-one cents

Kevin Myers, lead pastor at 12Stone Church in Lawrenceville, Ga., tells the story of an entrepreneurial woman, who started her own cleaning business. As in most businesses, the competition was keen. She heard about a wealthy woman in her town who never asked any...
Is your character contaminated?

Is your character contaminated?

Many readers are old enough to remember the Tylenol scare from the early 1980s. Several people were poisoned and investigators traced the cause to contaminated Tylenol capsules. Johnson and Johnson, the makers of Tylenol, had a mission statement that included a line...
Values matter

Values matter

Values are based on what a person thinks or knows is true and real. In philosophical circles, values are accompanied by ethics and morals. In short, what you value is based on your view of what is true, right, and real. They shape everything. Decisions are made based...