You’re a Christian. Start Acting Like it Online.

Raise your hand if you’ve argued with someone about politics online in the last year.…

UN: More than Half of the World Still Doesn’t Have Access to the Internet

The U.N. has released a new report that has found that 52 percent of the…

Cyber Theology

Yes, the Internet may be at fault for a slew of societal bad habits, from decreased attention spans to poor time management. But it also may be profitable to our faith in ways you might not think.

Off the Grid

Take your explorations off the grid this summer–and learn about the world without the filter of a phone or camera.

WWJC: What Would Jesus Comment?

Sam Greenlee on how to play nice online.

Jesus Is Not an Online Boyfriend

Kurt Willems on why spiritual tweets and posts are no substitute for an offline relationship with God.

The Selfish Network

David Wenell writes about how our networking can often be an objectification of people as a means to an end.