What we’re reading…07/24/15

Each Friday, we post “What we’re reading.” Essentially, it is a list of posts that we wish we had written or we feel add to the overall conversation about Tulsa, Life, and Faith. If you have an article that you want us to consider, email our lead contributor, Aaron Tiger (aarontiger@fumctulsa.org).

Tulsa

Project Transformation Transforming Young Lives – Project Transformation is a great ministry, and there are so many different groups, churches, and individuals that support this ministry. Check out this video from Fox 23.

New Brookside Reasors – There are a lot of changes in Brookside, and the new Reasors is part of it. Read about some of the features of the store that will be unique to the area.

Life

7 Interview Questions that Determine Emotional Intelligence – Emotional Intelligence on a work team is an important feature. If you are doing some hiring, then check out these questions offered here.

13 Helpful Phrases You Can Say to Calm an Anxious Child – Helpful, simple article about a difficult subject for parents. We love articles like these that are straightforward and helpful.

Faith

Sunday Schooling Our Kids Out of Church – For church leaders and parents this is an interesting article. Our church, First Methodist, has been moving towards more inter-generational worship experiences, and we appreciate the perspective this article has for ministry.

Is the NIV Bible Translation Missing Verses – The NIV Translation has been in the news and this helps to answer some of the questions that have been brought up. A helpful article if you have been wondering what is going on.

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