You probably saw the Wonder Woman posters earlier this year. I loved one in particular. In it, she is standing slightly side-on; still, but poised to move. She is in part-silhouette but you can make out the industrial angles of her boots and armour. One hand makes a fist, the other holds a sword. Behind… Read More A Prayer for Women
While this carol is typically considered part of the ‘general festive carols’ red sack rather than the ‘gospel carols’ red sack, I can’t help but see symbolism in these ding-donging bells. … Read More Carol of the Bells
The Little Drummer Boy paints a fictional picture, but it’s a beautiful picture rooted in true principles of worship…… Read More Little Drummer Boy
Of course, some carols are quite obviously jolly little numbers celebrating the festive season (halls, holly, sleighs). But other carols, once you get past the over-familiarity and the archaic language, are talking about something quite remarkable…… Read More O Holy Hark!
We are getting our noughties on (that’s an era, okay?), and reflecting on lessons from The West Wing. Grab a blue folder and join us:… Read More West Wing Wisdom – Part 2
In the midst of the recent leadership coups in Australian politics, it’s nice to take a short break and reflect on something a bit more idealistic, just for fun. Yes, it’s time to pontificate about the West Wing… Read More West Wing Wisdom – Part 1