Ken Curtis preaches on the matter of integrity:
“What I’m talking about today is how our ability to focus and attend to things can so often become divided and scattered in ways that leave us feeling fragmented as we try to give our attention to too many things—often all at the same time. It’s in that sense that I’m using the word ‘integrity.’ Not so much as a synonym for being authentically honest or truthful, although that’s included and we could certainly use a lot more of that in our world right now. But rather in its larger sense where integrity describes a way of being that is whole and undivided.”
WATCH: A Matter of Integrity
Ken Curtis is Associate Pastor at Calimesa SDA church and blogs at KensFootnotes.
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