You are all over the internet. It used to only be celebrities who were broadcast all over the world, not average people. Everyone else saw their pictures and knew their stories. But then the Internet happened, and now everyone can join in the broadcast. We call it "social media," and with the speed with which it has come and evolved, we could all use a break to think about it.
- What happens when we broadcast ourselves?
- Are we replacing true community with a network?
- Does having 500 friends online mean we're not lonely?
- Is there a way to love people well when convenience is our priority?
Unfriend yourself for the weekend and think about it. Log off, unplug, and take a three-day fast from your social media (you can manage three days). Follow along in this short book as Kyle Tennant sorts through the theology, theory, and history involved with the Internet and social media, discerning what their effects might be for us.