- Here’s an interesting look at early American faith through through needlework: The Faith of the Revolutionary Generation, and Our Own
In this challenging time, colonists sought clarity through the lens of faith. As largely Christian people, they framed their struggles in terms of their religion, looking to the Bible for patterns, types, and stories that could explain their predicament.
No music leader or pastor can keep up. No church can sing all the great hymns and all the latest greatest songs on the radio. No musician can excel in all the available styles. No leader can please all the people all the time
- The Atlantic takes a look at economic productivity and it’s impact on American life: Squeezed Dry: Why Americans Work so Hard but Feel so Poor:
How is it possible that we’re both working harder and finding it more difficult to make a living? Maybe the same thing is making work cheap and life expensive. It’s the productivity paradox.
There are plenty of books and articles about rules or laws of leadership, keys to leading an effective team, how to be not simply good but great, and how to use your gifts to their maximum potential. But there appears to be few people discussing the vital issue of personal holiness in the life of a leader.
- Here are some amazing carvings made on the tips of pencils.
- And, here’s an interesting way to teach Roman history via Facebook. What do you think? Should I teach church history this way?