What We’re Reading 04/15/16

Happy Tax Day!

“What We’re Reading” 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.


Renovation downtown is not just happening in the Brady or Blue Dome district, but it is happening in the Cathedral district as well. The University of Tulsa’ Health Science program is now downtown.

Know a local band? Let them know about the Hop Jam opening act competition. 


This article about “The Collapse of Parenting” has us thinking about our roles as parents and where authority lies with parents.

Someone walking away from 13 million dollars often catches our attention. Here is the story of Adam LaRoche and why he retired about a month ago.

61% of Oklahoma public school students are on free or reduced lunch. What can we do about it?


Even if you are not Catholic (or even broader Christian), Pope Francis’ relationship advice is worth reading.

“As Luscombe’s Time cover reports, porn culture offers an accessible, instant kind of sex but in the end leaves you with no sex at all. God offers sex that requires self-sacrifice and covenant, and it brings far more than just sex.” Read the whole article here.

Why did a leading Christian author stop telling people that he would pray for them? Here is the answer.

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