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Librarian Takes a Stand for the Sabbath

In 2003, a public library in Savannah, Missouri, decided to open its doors to patrons on Sundays. As a result, Connie Rehm, a librarian for 12 years, ...


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What Guests Notice About Our Homes

Good Housekeeping magazine listed the five most-common things guests notice when they enter our homes.

First, they spy piles of mail laying around, so ...


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Pepsi Demonstrates Integrity

Who says there's no integrity in the business world? In the spring of 2006, an administrative assistant at Coca Cola's Atlanta headquarters left work ...


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Women Build Auto Parts Company on Integrity

In 1978, two women began their own business—Wetherill Associates, Inc—in an industry not typically associated with female entrepreneurs: automobile ...


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"24": How Compromise Starts

In the first season of the popular TV show 24, Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) is a federal agent charged with protecting a presidential candidate from ...


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Stephen Baldwin's Faith Changed His Life

Stephen Baldwin is one of the famous Baldwin brothers, a family of Hollywood actors.

Referring to his newfound faith in Christ, Stephen said, "I've never ...


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Old Man Becomes Mentor

Robert Bly said, "If you're not being admired by other men, you're being hurt." That struck a chord with me. As I talk with men about their struggles, ...


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Right Versus Rights

To have a right to do a thing is not at all the same as to be right in doing it.

—G. K. Chesterton, A Short History of England, 1917


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"Changing Lanes": Moral Relativism in Business

In Changing Lanes Ben Affleck plays a young Wall Street lawyer named Gavin Bannock. The movie begins with Gavin speeding to the courthouse to file papers ...


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Ethical Heroes of 2002

Among Time magazines persons of the year for 2002 is a trio of whistleblowers: Sherron Watkins, who wrote a letter to the CEO of Enron stating her opposition ...


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