This timely release explores the community-altering phenomenon of social networking sites and what it reveals about friendship, God, and our own hearts. With hundreds of millions of users, social networks are changing how we form relationships, perceive others, and shape our identity. Yet at its core, this movement reflects our need for community. Our longing for intimacy, connection, and a place to belong has never been a secret, but social networking offers us a new perspective on the way we engage our community. How do these networks impact our relationships? In what ways are they shaping the way we think of ourselves? And how might this phenomenon subtly reflect a God who longs to connect with each one of us? The Church of Facebook explores these ideas and much more, offering a revealing look at the wildly popular world of online social networking.It may not look like much initially, but a dozen visits over the course of the day add up. When youa#39;re on Facebook, how do you spend your time? ... How does it feel to see new pictures, to add a friend, to look for and find old friends? ... One quick way we can practice aauthentic Facebookinga: Take a look at your profilea the pictures youa#39;ve posted, the information youa#39;ve ... Is it atruea to who you really are?
|Title||:||The Church of Facebook|
|Publisher||:||David C Cook - 2009-10-01|