Jesus Didn’t Make “Christian” Furniture, He Made “Good” Furniture
I’m constantly encouraging Christians to stop making such a clear boundary between the secular and sacred in all areas of life. For instance, when it comes to careers, too many Christians view themselves and their work as “Christian filmmaking,” “Christian writing,” “Christian leadership,” “Christian education,” etc. Certainly there are times when we’re producing a project […]
Why repetition is a key to success
I read a fantastic book recently called The Outliers. Among other pearls of wisdom, I read about The Beatles and how they got their start in music. Back before music really became a ‘thing’, The Beatles formed their band simply as some musician friends wanting to have some fun. A local pub was looking for […]
Will the Pandemic Reshape Notions of Female Leadership?
Well it’s been a while since I put pen to paper for this amazing and worthy publication. Life has been crazy this past 6 months – no excuse, but a reason. The craziness included working overseas and called back on the last flight to Oz due to the pandemic. Enforced lock down – that’s another […]