Integrity is the most important thing—it develops trust. ( Condoleezza Rice, former US secretary of state)

Perhaps the most important goal of education is the developing of character in the learner. The ability to function effectively in modern society requires knowledge and skill in many areas of learning. But the value of that learning depends on whether one can be believed and trusted. So, developing a strong reputation for integrity is really essential for success.

The Lord . . .  delights in those with integrity. . . . People with integrity walk safely (Proverbs 11:20; 10:9). Joyful are people of integrity (Psalm 119:1).