What We’re Reading…10/16/15
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 (firstname.lastname@example.org).
We’ve got our own article about Tulsa pumpkin patches, but the Tulsa Kids article is also worth a read.
“The question everyone in a committed relationship should ask their significant other is, “What can I do to make your life better?” That is love. Romance novels (and I’ve written a few) are all about desire and happily-ever-after, but happily-ever-after doesn’t come from desire-at least not the kind portrayed in most pulp romances” Check out this article by Richard Paul Evans on how a marriage was saved.
Why does the dinner table matter? Read this article and see what makes eating together such a great spiritual discipline.
At First Methodist this Sunday, the teaching team will be speaking about singleness, and this article has been helpful to them.
Here’s a great story about the Cubs fans who caught the home run balls from Game 3 versus the Cardinals.
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