T. S. Eliot observed that we measure out our lives in coffee spoons. Actually, we are more likely to do … Continue reading in defense of meetings
With practice and patience Christians can learn how to awaken or uncover felt need or deep hunger by asking better questions online. Continue reading how to witness on the web
Facebook “friends” can become actual friends—but sometimes it takes more time and energy. Continue reading 3 ways to be faithful on Facebook
Gentleness and respect are what the social web desperately needs. And Christians should be leading the way. Continue reading how Christians can help save the internet
Hyperlinks are the brain’s chocolate, and most of us have not figured out how to say no soon enough. Or even if we want to. Continue reading why the internet is addictive and what you can do about it
There is a little narcissism in all of us, arising as it does out of our limitless capacity for self-centeredness. Continue reading does social media make us narcissists?