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LOYALTY A KEY REQUIREMENT FOR SUCCESSFUL LIVING - (PART THREE): CULTIVATING AND MAINTAINING THE HABIT OF LOYALTY

In this third article of the series centered on the necessary requirement of loyalty particular attention will be paid to how one can cultivate and maintain the virtuous habit of loyalty. Loyalty like most virtues can be craved, formed and maintained by conscious thought and practice. How? The rest of this article will endeavor to answer. The second article on the vice of disloyalty observed the following points:

LOYALTY A KEY REQUIREMENT FOR SUCCESSFUL LIVING - (PART ONE): WHAT LOYALTY IS AND CAN ACHIEVE

The word and concept of loyalty covers a wide range of essentials to a successful living. These essentials include faithfulness, obedience, patriotism, and commitment. We are therefore introducing a series that will explore, a little bit, the concept of loyalty in light of its multifaceted meanings and understandings as a way of encouraging loyalty of the right kind. The premise is that loyalty is a powerful means of correcting some of the many societal and personal ills and for building our lives and character on a solid foundation.


Rev. Dr. Weagba delivering his sermon at DGMUMU Church; a partial section of the congregation

Methodist Prelate Urges Liberians to Give Generously

The Rev. George K. Weagba, a Methodist prelate, has warned church congregations against the habit of complacency in giving resources for God’s work in Liberia.

Rev. Weagba, vice president for research at the United Methodist University (UMU) in Monrovia, gave the warning Sunday at a fundraising program held at the David Gueh Memorial United Methodist Church (DGMUMC) in Paynesville, outside Monrovia.

The outspoken Methodist prelate also urged church members to give generously and in return receive abundantly from God.

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