Valuable insights are not rooted in our attachments to certain foods, people, places or images, but in our detachment from them, our ability to stand back and see them for what they represent.
This is not a call to avoid all social media or all entertainment; we’re depending on these connections in new ways, some of them valuable. But this is a time for more boundaries, not less.
Paul does not tell Titus what sound doctrine is, at least not at first. He begins by telling him what it will look like if people believe it.
The media is not an evil thing. It's merely a channel of persuasive messages, some of which are good and some of which are bad. But your heart? Well, that is an evil thing.
People who talk about intentional community are often talking about starting over and starting outside churches where people are already responding corporately to unexpected blessings and unplanned grief.