What We’re Reading…Expanded Edition
After taking a little bit of a break over the holidays, we’re back with our Friday installment of What We’re Reading. This is where we share articles and posts that have impacted our contributors in one way or another. If you’ve read a great article that is worth sharing, send it over to Aaron.
If you’ve never taken your kids to Second Saturday at Philbrook, you’re missing out. It’s a great time for the whole family.
Have you seen the hand-knitted tapestry on 108 Contemporary? Here’s the story behind it.
This story of a family with significant Tulsa connections will warm your heart. Continue to pray for Joey Slaight.
This post by a 19-year-old female to 14-year-old young ladies is worth sharing with your teenagers.
Did you meet your child’s new significant other over Christmas? Here is an article about your role as a parent in their relationship.
“What determines your success isn’t “What do you want to enjoy?” The question is, “What pain do you want to sustain?”‘
This article makes a lot of sense, and makes us want to write down our goals for the918.org.
This piece by Kyle Porter on the loss of a child and how it affected his faith in God is extraordinary and powerful.
Great article on why Christians should create, which is one of the reasons why the918.org is successful. It gives people an opportunity to create articles and share their stories.
Some great New Year’s resolutions for leaders in 2016.
How am I JUST seeing this now? Thanks so much for featuring my blog!