I was a freshman in college when Facebook came out and I distinctly remember thinking, “why would I need this? I have AOL Instant Messenger and MySpace!” Well, times have…
Have you ever noticed that your greatest need can produce your greatest vulnerability? It seems like a thin line exists between seeking the fulfillment of a genuine need and allowing…
Columnist Will Anderson writes about a conversation he had with two homeless men that caused him to consider true accessibility versus the “accessibility” of social networks like Twitter and Facebook.
Kurt Willems on why spiritual tweets and posts are no substitute for an offline relationship with God.
Allison Harrell reflects on her Pinterest addiction, and why is stirs both creativity and insecurity.
Ben Stevens shares four reasons keeping a journal has never been more important in the age of social media.
David Wenell writes about how our networking can often be an objectification of people as a means to an end.
Kent Woodyard write for RELEVANT about the nature of social media friendships and how we can be more intentional in our online and in-person relationships.
Caleb Gardner writes a tech blog for RELEVANT about how social media and Facebook can actually help Christians communicate with each other and with God.
Brett McCracken considers the fallout from our constant connection to technology and wonders what it’s doing to our relationship with God.