AFL are having a week off because some teams were getting in the habit of resting players in the final round a couple of years ago. Not that it actually helped those teams win grand finals. Melbourne found a novel way to miss the finals after being in the eight for sixteen of the twenty-three …
Ron Edmondson looks to his own experience and provides seven warnings for aspiring leaders. These are all ongoing to leadership life. There’s never a time when they don’t apply. From Edmondson’s post. What you “settle for” eventually becomes the culture. And, then it is much more difficult to change. In fact, you’re probably settling because …
Especially if you haven’t got any recordings by Sandra McCracken, her Live album is a wonderful collection of her work. Those of us who have previous works in her catalogue are hearing a fresh expression of old favourites. Here’s Continuously.
Jamie Brown writes from the perspective of leading musical praise in a local church, but the principle is true for all leaders, including pastors. There is always a danger of building trust, but never calling on that trust to be expressed; just as expecting trust continually without ever earning it does not build relationships. Pastors …
They used to say Carnation brand milk came from contented cows. (They still may say that.) Anyway, cows don’t come much more contented than this.
Worthy the latest release from EMU Music features Rob Smith and Nicky Chiswell, two of their strongest early contributors. Their contributions to EMU albums of late have been more limited, so I’ll be interested to hear what they’re sounding like now.
Sing To Jesus is an older song from Fernando Ortega. The rendition is enhanced by background vocals from the sublime Alison Krauss.