Integrity Moments - August 3, 2016

 

Covenant of Tolerance
By:Rick Boxx
August 3, 2016

Our youngest daughter, Rebekah, was recently married. Bekah is beautiful, adopted and also bi-racial.

The wedding guests included Bekah’s African American friends and birth father, her Caucasian birth mother, and my son-in-law’s large Hispanic family.

Although different cultures and races were represented, there was a common bond. We all wanted to see Bekah and Mauricio united in matrimony.

Due to our common purpose we learned to care and respect the different races and cultures.

Paul said in Philippians 2:2, “Make my joy complete by being of the same mind, maintaining the same love, united in spirit, intent on one purpose.”

Businesses are becoming more diverse. If you learn to love your people, regardless of their differences, and point them towards your company purpose, you can become united in spirit.

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