Character Trait Definitions

Character traits have in common particular elements. We do not attempt to list them all, but you will want to make note of five major similarities: 1. Understanding flowing into desire and then action. All character traits are built intellectually first. We must understand the trait. Understanding flows into […]

Redeeming the First Minute

You teach the way you teach…. You always start the school year that way…. You see no point in buying back a mere minute…. Ah, but first impressions are lasting! What if a couple of secrets injected into the first minute could make a tremendous difference in the entire school […]

Is It a Duck?

The duck test, attributed to James Whitcomb Riley, says: “When I see a bird that walks like a duck and swims like a duck and quacks like a duck, I call that bird a duck.” When testing for reality in a person, it is good to see if he or […]

Christian Character Traits are Robust – Part 1

Christian character traits are robust, unlike the world’s frail moral values. The very fact that they have stood the test of many millennia proves their vigor even to the open-minded non-Christian. Their longevity does not explain their robustness. Evil has enjoyed nearly equal longevity. So why dare we call Christian […]

Christian Character Traits are Robust – Part 2

Christian character traits are robust, unlike the world’s frail moral values. In Part One 0f this article, we looked at several reasons to call Christian character traits robust: We ran out of time as we were about to consider: Regaining Robust Character Traits – how can we regain strong moral […]

What Music Says about Your Character

Most of us know that our words speak volumes about us. Rough, foul language uncovers inner weakness of character. Quiet, controlled, clean language reveals inner strength of character. In whatever language we speak, our words tell listeners what kind of people we are. They make known our strength of […]

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