We seek to awaken the church and every believer to the profound injustice of corruption and our calling to proclaim and live with public integrity

We write, speak, and publish materials that teach about the nature, pervasiveness, effects and causes of corruption, as well as provide a biblical perspective on the church’s role in promoting public integrity and fighting corruption within and beyond its walls.

Mini book: Deliver Us from Evil

Despite billions of dollars working inthe anti-corruption industry, corruption remains as elusive and intractable asever – until now. Deliver Us from Evil is a fresh perspective on how corruption can be reduced by addressing the ethical and cultural roots that underlie it. While laying out a comprehensive explanation of the cultural causes and society-wide effects…

“Good News” in the Fight Against Corruption

When I joined the World Bank (the Bank) in 1989, corruption was a taboo subject. For its own lending operations, the Bank had legal safeguards against the misuse of funds. But corruption was not openly recognized or addressed as a major obstacle to development and poverty reduction. This attitude generally characterized other international development agencies…

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Corruption is a Serious Problem Worldwide

Corruption affects us all. Resources are used for the wrong purposes and are unfairly divided. It weakens our democracy and trust in our leaders. It eats away at our ethics and corrodes our moral fibre. It discourages public and private investment. It slows down economic growth and development. The annual cost of corruption is estimated…

What is Corruption?

There are many definitions of corruption, but the most common definition is: The abuse of entrusted authority for private gain. Corruption crosses all sectors – public, private, and social. Corruption comes in many forms such as bribery and embezzlement, but also includes other practices that do not involve money, like unfair favoritism and nepotism. Each form…

The Culture of Corruption

I don’t like corruption. I am disappointed that I can’t trust the police to protect my rights. I dislike my government using my taxes to build private empires rather than public infrastructure. But on the other hand, I actually don’t mind paying a little something to get out of legal trouble. It’s nice when someone…