The results are in: 88 percent of social-media users ages 13 to 17 feel that people share too much personal information online. And 68 percent of those in the same age bracket (52 percent of teens overall) have experienced drama among their friends on social media. But what constitutes “oversharing.” ...Read More »
Shopping & Bible Reading: Online or Hands-on? (Part 2)
In last week’s article, Shopping & Bible Reading … (Part 1), we concluded that it is neither right nor wrong to shop or read the Bible online. Instead, it is based on our preference and our current circumstance. Today, we’ll look at the positive aspects of each option. Advantages of ...Read More »
Shopping & Bible Reading: Online or Hands-on? (Part 1)
Some people prefer online while others prefer hands-on. Whether it’s making a purchase or reading the Bible, technology has presented new options for doing old tasks. Even if you’re not a shopaholic, you have to admit that shopping is an essential part of life—so is reading the Bible. (It’s okay ...Read More »
Help! My Phone Won’t Leave Me Alone!
Are you stuck in the cell-phone cycle? You promise yourself that you don’t need it. It’s just a simple tool connecting you to the outside world that is not always necessary. Yet you cannot seem to disconnect yourself long enough without having sweat bead up on your forehead or in ...Read More »