Silent Night was written in 1818 by Joseph Moho and Franz X. Gruber. In the fall of 1816, Joseph Moho, a young priest, was assigned to Mariapfarr. Mariafarr is a small alpine village in Austria and was left poverty-stricken by Napoleonic Wars, along with an eruption of Mount Tambora in Indonesia, which left volcanic ash … Continue reading Silent Night: A classic
Joy to the World is one of the most popular songs at Christmas. It began as a poem and is reflective of Christian interpretation of Psalm 98, written by English poet and minister Isaac Watts. There were two additional people who collaborated to get us to the Joy to the World version we enjoy today. … Continue reading Joy to the World- A song we love →
The path ahead may not be smooth, with the twists and turns, bumps and rocks. Stay strong, have courage and be not afraid. Believe with all your heart, and your destination is secure! Blessings!
“Effective communication hinges on one job and one job only: moving your point from your head to your audiences,” says Joel Schwartzberg, author of Get to the Point: Sharpen Your Message and Make Your Words Matter. Communication is an essential tool in your toolbox. If you struggle to communicate your point clearly to your audience … Continue reading Get to the Point →