“Let Integrity And Uprightness Preserve Me, For I Wait On Thee.”
Psalm 25:21 KJV.
In his insightful book entitled, “Integrity Does MatterTM”, Mr. Nash so adeptly articulates the importance of integrity as being one of the major foundational stones to build one’s life upon in regards to living a life of ethical and moral excellence. Using examples from his own walk of faith with God, along with great men of God from the Holy Scriptures, Mr. Nash shares revelation and insight in regards to the dangers that lie in wait when one chooses not to allow the virtue of integrity to lead and guide them in their everyday affairs of life.
Expounding on the importance of Minding Your Conversation, Monitoring Your Conduct, and Maintaining Your Character, he journeys into the deep precipices of what a living a life of integrity entails. Presented in such simplicity and understanding, coupled along with soul-searching “Points To Ponder” following each chapter, “Integrity Does MatterTM” will challenge your thinking to strive in making a more concerted effort to live a life of indisputable integrity, moral excellence, and uprightness in heart.
Henry A. Nash is an author, teacher, minister, and diligent student of the Word of God. During his tenure of 16 years in ministry, he has facilitated numerous teachings, courses, seminars on a variety of subjects, such as selfless servitude, effective spiritual leadership, and passionately pursuing your God ordained purpose. His greatest passion and joy comes from seeking the plan and purpose of God for his own life and helping others to discover theirs as well. He is currently a Licensed Elder of Bethesda Fellowship Ministries in Copperas Cove, Texas, where he serves under the leadership of his Presiding Bishop Dr. R. Ray Gatewood and Elect Lady Kim Gatewood. Henry received his Eldership under Concord Fellowship of Churches International in Copperas Cove, Texas. He is a graduate of Sonship School of The Firstborn, and is currently in pursuit of his Certification Of Pastoral Studies at Bethesda Theological Seminary Institute In Copperas Cove, Texas. He resides in Killeen, Texas and is married to his lovely wife Grace, and they have three children and five grandchildren.