Friday, February 28, 2014

Hard to See.

Here's the last lyric-post of this week (and February).  Enjoy and have a wonderful weekend!

Hard to See
(c) 2014 Ross Christopher

Sometime ago
I heard it said
That your love 
Breaks through death and dark
And forgive me now
But I find it hard to see
When the darkest night
Comes from within the house
So many call your home


Thursday, February 27, 2014


Today, you get a verse & chorus...enjoy!

(c) 2014 Ross Christopher

When I'm feeling nothing matters
Like no one wants to change
That's when I stir inside
To cure these times

I'm gonna turn this spark into a wildfire
This idea to an ocean
These words to worlds 


Tuesday, February 25, 2014


Lately I've been songwriting...LOTS.
So over the next week or so, I'll share a few lines, verses, and a chorus or two.

First off: STATIC

(c) 2014 Ross Christopher

Can we just get through the static
Can we break the unclear
Can we walk along,
Or walk alone
It's the static we fear


Monday, February 17, 2014


We're all given the same 24 hours to be as productive as we possibly can be...but let's be honest, all days and hours are not created equal!

What days are you the most productive?

What hours of the day are you the most productive?

Thanks for chiming in...more on this topic later!


Wednesday, February 5, 2014

TAPS (with slugs & snails of course)

Because sometimes the best instrumental music videos are of slugs & snails.
Happy snow day - enjoy!


Thursday, January 30, 2014

37 Years of Awesome!

I saw this yesterday on the interwebs and thought it was worth sharing!


p.s. I'm still convinced that Jurassic Park used real dinosaurs...

Thursday, January 23, 2014


There are certain constants in life.  One of those constants is time.  We are all bound to a 24 hour day and a 7 day week.  No matter your vocation, passion, and effort, you have limits.  Steve Jobs was bound to these limits.  President Obama is bound to these limits.  Every single person, regardless of how productive or unproductive they may be, is bound to these constants.

So as you dream big and work towards creating more beauty, shalom, and justice in the world, consider the following:

What can you (and only you) do?
What were you created to do?
What are your passions?

Do that!

But what about all of the other random tasks that are required to pull off said passion, job, project, and dream(s)?

That's where being a leader comes into play.

Good leaders surround themselves with other individuals that resonate with your dreams and momentum.  Good leaders never hoard vision and work.  Good leaders delegate, empower, and turn loose the passions and dreams of other people.

So the next time you find yourself against a time-crunch, ask yourself what can you (and only you) do.  Ask yourself what you were created to do.  And finally ask yourself if you have appropriately surrounded yourself with individuals that you trust to carry the torch of your passion.

The world may be full of constants, but you don't have to be bound by them.