What kind of characteristics of a Facebook culture do believers need to reckon with? This article offers five, and urges us to see that technology often exacerbates the sin patterns already present in our hearts.
This article encourages parents to make wise decisions and set good examples for their families in their choice of media in the home. Parents must stand guard, stimulate and spirituality, spend time with the children. The article lays out five practical questions for parents to consider in creating a strategy for their own families.
Do you find it difficult to accept the Bible coming in the form of an app? Then you must distinguish the nature of the bible and its form.
Social media has become part of life. How should Christians view it? This article looks specifically at Facebook, discussing why it is attractive to users. The author focuses on personal identity and the use of Facebook, calling Christians to consider how they present themselves. How should Christians present themselves?
This article discusses how Facebook allows us to present the "put together" life, when in fact our lives are otherwise messy. It exposes the desire for recognition behind this, and explains that we need to embrace the true, raw image if we are to expose the unfruitful works of darkness in our lives for the sake of growing in God's kingdom.
The article looks at the destructive effects of advertising these days. This advertising is appropriately contrasted to the teaching of the Lord, which instead focuses on the truth.
Technology is part of our daily life. This article makes a call that Christians have the responsibility to be stewards of technology to the glory of God and the good of others.
This article discusses ten things you should know about the danger of media.
This article discusses why the selective picture of life that social media shows can and does affect worship and liturgy as well, and not for the better.