We get Relevant Radio on our AM dial here in Austin.
I like to listen to their talk show in the mornings called "Morning Air". Sometimes they are a bit too Catholic for my taste, but more often they bring in some interesting people and topics. On Mondays, I like to listen to Mary Beth Hicks, who gives parenting tips. She is funny and Midwest-practical and even though I don't have kids, I'm taking notes for someday. Today (and I think all Fridays), they have a guy on there giving business advice. Someone called in this morning who is a manager and asked how to react to a situation in which you were asked by upper management to do something you thought was mundane or time-wasting. How do you react as a Christian? The guy advised that it is our role as Christians not to publically criticize the people of upper management, but instead to voice our opinion to management as to what we think should be done and then to our staff set an example and go about as required, as sometimes we don't know the entire story behind management motives. This of course excludes anything that could be considered immoral. Thought-provoking, indeed.