Every week, we cull a brief list of some of our favorite articles of the week. In today’s #FaithandCulture Reading, we highlight important articles from Chris Martin, Kristin Brown, Julie Masson, Scott Hildreth and Owen Strachan.
Yesterday, we published a list of the articles you said were your favorites. Today, we look at the cold hard facts: Which articles did you read the most? So, without further ado, here are the 10 most read Intersect articles published in 2017. 1. From Youth Pastor to American Ninja Warrior Southeastern graduate and local youth… Read More
In a separate post, I explain that technology is best used in moderation. Here are some helpful tips and tools to help you and your family steward your weekly screen time. 1. Circle by Disney: Circle is the most comprehensive of all options when it comes to organizing how your family interacts with technology. It… Read More
Recent posts on the Intersect blog have opened our eyes to the various ways technology has impacted daily human life. Notice the term human life is used here—not Christian life, or American life, or male life, or female life, or church life, or righteous life, or unrighteous life, or any other subset of life we… Read More
Your smartphone can impact your financial health beyond the monthly service bill. Smartphones are everywhere. According to Pew Research, 77% of Americans own a smartphone. This is more than double the ownership in 2011 (35%). Many of us cannot remember what life what like before our smartphone. Just the thought of losing or breaking our phone… Read More