Our friends at Athlete’s In Action Cycling have put together a really great set of cycling specific devotions. I will be posting one a week for the next seven weeks, then will need some new content. I invite all of you to submit any thoughts, general concepts or full-blown devotions to me at [email protected] so that we can not only post them for all of our members to read and enjoy, but also to share with AiACycling as a way of saying thanks for this great work.
This week we discuss integrity.
Integrity: Wholeness at the Hub of Life
by: Dr. Carl Hofmann
“Whoever walks in integrity walks securely” Proverbs 10:9
Are you a “win at all costs” kind of person? How far would you go to get ahead? Investors, entertainers, entrepreneurs, politicians, professional athletes–we all live in a competitive world where we’re only as good as our last success. Because of this, it’s tempting to cheat, to cut corners or cut deals–to do whatever it takes to get ahead of the competition and win. But what are the consequences? What happens when we’re found out? And what damage can we do psychologically, relationally, and morally?