What We’re Reading 05/06/16

“What We’re Reading” is where we share articles and other media 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.


A national expert on walkability visited Tulsa this week, and he shared some insight for the future of our city.

Why did a man who got punched in the face in Tulsa decide to move here? Read this strange story here.


Many have heard about Malcolm Gladwell’s 10,000 hour rule. Here is some follow-up insight from some of the initial researchers Gladwell used.

Here’s a fascinating essay from the New York Times on the intersection of Netflix and modern relationships.

“As a species, we’ve evolved to thrive in a rich social environment but in this digital era, deficiencies in our social interactions may be one of the overlooked factors contributing to the declining health of our modern society.”


If you are looking for a daily devotion, the Daily Text from Seedbed is great. This one from Wednesday is particularly excellent.

“If Jesus Came to My House” read by former President of Asbury Seminary, Dr. Ellsworth Kalas. This is a gift for you and your family.

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