- There has been much heat and hurt recently about power abuse and church ministry. It is something that I’ve been working on and engaging with for the last 10 years or so. Here are some of the better responses:
- Chuck de Groat: Narcissism is not a ‘leadership style’.
- Chris Green similarly good: ‘Leadership’ is never an excuse for egos, bullying and power.
- Speaking of heat and hurt, David French is spot on about how many Christians interact online.
- Forgot to add this to last month’s, but Amy Baik Lee wrote this marvellous reflection on the Rabbit Room about Morten Lauridsen’s sublime O Magnum Mysterium.
- A long-forgotten tunnel in the Houses of Parliament is discovered
- They’re not messing with the coronavirus in China – though who knows what’s actually been going on. What is staggering is the effect on city life. Check out these images of ghost cities.
- This is incredible – a woman plays the violin while surgeons work on her brain
- The artist who hacked Google Maps – genius
- Christina Broom’s Remarkable photographs from 1908-1910 of the British Suffragettes
- A generation or 2 later, some evocative photos of women working during the 2nd World War in the Douglas Aircraft Company
- A fun experiment from Berkeley – a huge mood calibrator for all kinds of music
- Silly but fun – perfectly timed photographs
- Jon Foreman follows in the footsteps of the great Andy Goldsworthy and Richard Long et al, with these marvellous beach installations.