Here are some links worth following today.
1. This week, a memorial service was held for the British version of Oscar Schindler. He died last year. In his life, he saved hundreds of children from the Nazis in World War II. This link goes to the NPR story. Below I've included the audio and a video from BBC from the 1980s.
2. A family has been on a road trip for seven years and over 100,000 miles. This BBC story is quite interesting.
3. A recent Barna poll shows that much of the population sees race as an ongoing present issue. Except that Evangelicals (they don't define the term, unfortunately) and conservatives don't seem to believe it. There are some important numbers and some food for thought here.
4. Ed Stetzer took to the pages of the Washington Post to call Christians to talk more in public. . . about Jesus Christ. In this opinion article, he calls out Christians who talk more about being Christian than about the Christ they claim to serve.
5. The Babylon Bee is on it again. This time mocking the out-of-context Scripture tattoo.
6. There is a lack of trust between many students and educational institutions. Mark Bauerlein discusses some of the possible root causes of this growing distrust at First Things.