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How to Feed the Mediavore (eBook)



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By Heather Thompson Day

ISBN: 9780812756555 | Review and Herald Publishing | Copyright 2013

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Our generation is connected to virtually anything and everything. All we have to do is tap an icon on our smartphones or tablets or click a button on the Internet and we have instant access to social networks, news, weather, music, games, TV, and movies. E-mail and push notifications keep us constantly informed and track our friends’ every status update. We don’t miss a thing.

Or do we?

Have we become so connected that we’re disconnected from what’s actually important? Is it really so hard to communicate with an unseen God when we text, tweet, and e-mail people we cannot see? Could it be that we’re not hungry for Him—we’re simply too full from gorging ourselves at a media smorgasbord?

Heather Marie Thompson challenges us to take a few moments every day for the next 30 days to think about what truly matters in life. Jesus needs us to connect with Him so that He can save us, but there’s no app for that.

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We appreciate your interest in purchasing an eBook from AdventistBookCenter.com. You should be aware of the following before making your purchase:

  • Some technical skills are required to load this eBook onto your device
  • You will need to download the eBook to a computer before transferring it to your device
  • You will need to connect your device to your computer to transfer the eBook to your device
  • See the eBook support document for detailed instructions

If you would prefer to purchase this eBook through other services that will automatically transfer the file to your device, please visit Adventist-eBooks.com for a complete listing of eBooks and availability on other eBook stores.

Our generation is connected to virtually anything and everything. All we have to do is tap an icon on our smartphones or tablets or click a button on the Internet and we have instant access to social networks, news, weather, music, games, TV, and movies. E-mail and push notifications keep us constantly informed and track our friends’ every status update. We don’t miss a thing.

Or do we?

Have we become so connected that we’re disconnected from what’s actually important? Is it really so hard to communicate with an unseen God when we text, tweet, and e-mail people we cannot see? Could it be that we’re not hungry for Him—we’re simply too full from gorging ourselves at a media smorgasbord?

Heather Marie Thompson challenges us to take a few moments every day for the next 30 days to think about what truly matters in life. Jesus needs us to connect with Him so that He can save us, but there’s no app for that.

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Heather Thompson Day is an interdenominational speaker and writer for The Barna Group. She is an associate professor of communication at Andrews University. Contact her at www.HeatherThompsonDay.com.