Character Comment – What is Christian Character? Part 7

What is Christian Character? Part 7 (2+2=5) We have been looking at a lengthy article by Dr. Krejcir on Christian Character. He has spoken of the necessity of a solid foundation, illustrating that the integrity of one‘s life is a bottom-up proposition. He has shown that ―who we are will determine what we do,‖ and that ―our growth in [Christ] will make us who we are.‖ At the beginning of...
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1/24/17 Character Comment – What is Christian Character? Part 6

What is Christian Character? Part 6 (2+2=5) Last week, Dr. Richard J. Krejcir gave us a biblical illustration of Christian Character, in the story of Abigail from 1 Samuel 25. The story was “to be continued,” so without further delay, let’s pickup were we left off and see how it ends. The story of Abigail continued, 1Samuel 25. When Nabal decided to cheat David, he ventured upon a dark...
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Character Comment – What is Christian Character? Part 5

What is Christian Character? Part 5 (2+2=5) At the beginning of the essay we’ve been reviewing by Dr. Richard J. Krejcir, I said it was rather long. I’m tempted to shorten it, but each time I come back to it, I think it’s best I don’t. In the last installment he used an illustration from a house he almost bought once that had a cracked foundation, learning an important lesson in...
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Character Comment – What is Christian Character? Part 4

What is Christian Character? Part 4 (2+2=5) We have been exploring an essay by Dr. Richard J. Krejcir entitled “What is Christian Character?” Coming back to it again, let’s see what else we can learn in our joint venture as Character Advocates. Dr. Krejcir has been showing us that Character Education is more than training hearts and teaching minds, that there is a spiritual dimension to...
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Character Comment – Compassion

As we begin a new year, considering the year that has just ended, 2017 will most likely provide its share of challenging opportunities in our joyous task of training hearts and teaching minds for life in Christ. With that thought, I’d like to share the following comments of encouragement for our TEAMwork Character Advocacy from Mark Hamby of Lamplighter Publications. Strength for Today;...
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