If being a team player requires doing what is wrong, you’re on the wrong team. (Chuck Swindoll, author)

An American teacher overseas was offered an administrative position in his school. In the culture of that nation, it was not uncommon to be less than honest and forthright in relationships between levels of authority. The teacher agreed to serve with the stipulation that he would not do anything unethical. You can imagine how brief his new job was. Author Swindoll is right.

May integrity and honesty protect me, for I put my hope in you. (Psalm 25:21)