Our phones are always with us
We meditate on them.
We use them for social and emotional needs.
We turn to them first when we need help or understanding.
What does that sound like to you?
Watch the video and bring your phone under control.
Here are the links we mentioned.
Ruth's interview on 700 Club Canada.
Faith Tech. The Christian organization joining faith and technology.
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Dr. Grant, Kathy, AND Ruth……that was an excellent interview with Ruth today…(And, since tech crews donât grow on trees, thank you, Kathy, for your part today, too…The conversation about using our phone (and the whole realm of social media) was resourceful…and also a very healthy reminder…If the Lord is leading us and our ministry into an expanded online presence, how do we do that in a way that makes more room for Him rather than less? This interview brings insight into that pondering. Thank you!
And, continue to enjoy your holiday!
Enjoyed the tech talk with Ruth. Very interesting and educating. Phones have become idols. I’m from an older generation so even though I have a cell phone I am not glued to it but I feel its pull from time to time.