Sunday Inspiration: A leader’s greatest asset

20 Sep

Proverbs 20:7 – The righteous man walks in his integrity; His children are blessed after him.

Wikipedia defines Integrity as the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles and moral uprightness.

But how exactly do you live that out? And what might be the result in your life of doing so?

During The Dream Retreat in Culpeper, Virginia on August 28, Brian Francis Hume prophesied over me that I was to re-package and re-brand a message on Integrity. And as I released this message, God would open doors.

On Monday September 7, 2015 I chose INTEGRITY as my one word for the new Hebrew year that was about to begin.

On Saturday morning September 12, when I was in Tulsa, Oklahoma and met with Dr. Sandra Steen shortly before she resumed her training for business executives with Ipacesetters, Sandra showed me a big poster with the 5 core values of Ipacesetters. God confirmed my one word when the very first core value listed was Integrity.

On Wednesday September 16, I shared a message titled “Introduction to Integrity” with members of the Master’s Dream Academy.

Here is what we covered:

  • Overview of integrity
  • A leader’s greatest asset
  • My story
  • Taking a hard look in the mirror
  • 4 different types of integrity
  • Relevant scriptures
  • Simple steps to walk the talk
  • Journal application

Click here to watch or listen to the replay for “Introduction to Integrity”.

The 4 types of integrity include public, professional, personal, and private. In its most basic sense, integrity means to live out your life in private in the same way you live (or talk about) your life in public.

In “Leading with Integrity”, Ryan Hamm writes “In short, the Christian command to integrity is a command to both talk and walk in the way of Jesus. It’s a life marked by love, compassion, mercy, justice, and honoring God’s call above everything else.”

Blessings to live a life of integrity!

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