This weekend, you may be preparing for Thanksgiving festivities with family and friends. As you do so, we’ve collected a handful of important articles on work, orphan care, communism, and social media from Joe Carter, Christy Britton, Sam Morris, Amy Sherman, John Van Sloten in today’s #FaithandCulture Reading.
What books do you need in your theology and culture library? How can social media damage your empathy? What did Tim Challies have to say about a new book on money? How should we respond to increased efficiency in the workplace? And how did two senators use a religious test against an evangelical Christian in… Read More
What questions should you ask before you share something on social media? Will complaining about the culture change anything? How can you find job satisfaction? What’s the missing piece to American missions? And can a faithful Christian be a political nationalist? Get thoughtful responses to these questions from Bruce Ashford, Trevin Wax, Elizabeth Garn, Marshall… Read More
How should Christians think about social media? Is it a tool to embrace uncritically, or something to avoid? Amber Bowen, Amy Whitfield, Laura Thigpen and Betsy Gomez addressed this question in a recent Women’s Life Connecting Point panel discussion. You can watch their conversation above. Here are a few key highlights: Laura Thigpen on how… Read More
Politics are everywhere — especially our social media feeds. After eight months of fierce campaigning, we now are watching the political divide play out in real time on social media. People are getting frustrated with what they see on social media. Some claim that they’re “quitting Facebook” or other social platforms (save for perhaps Instagram)…. Read More