What We’re Reading 5/27/16

Welcome to What We’re Reading. This 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.


95 years ago this upcoming week, the Tulsa Race Riots happened. The Tulsa World has some photographs of this tragic event, and check out our article on the 8 Things You Need to Know about the Tulsa Race Riots.

Free movies with your children this summer at the Warren Theater!


“I don’t feel like a child anymore’ she says. ‘I’m not doing anything childish. At the end of sixth grade’ — when all her friends got phones and downloaded Snapchat, Instagram and Twitter — ‘I just stopped doing everything I normally did. Playing games at recess, playing with toys, all of it, done.” This article about a 13 year old who lost her mom and is lost in her phone is extraordinary.

This article about Kevin Durant and Oklahoma City is great. #thunderup


A major worldwide study on abortion was completed. 1/4 of all pregnancies end in abortion. What does that mean for people who are pro-life? Here are some reflections from Relevant magazine.

From atheist to Christian, how one woman’s random prayer and reading Dallas Willard’s obituary lead her to faith in Jesus Christ.



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