Simple Community: Building Strong Friendships in Real Life•ep 123

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The original group chat was a coffee klatch. Nowadays though most conversations are in an online space. And it has become one dimensional. So much is lost in the translation without eye contact, real-life connection, and physical presence.

Today I want to talk about how technology has changed (and complicated) our relationships. On my quest to build a real and authentic community that is centered on godly relationships, I am sharing about my own struggle with too much tech and not enough real life. I am too quick to text, email, and comment, but not reach out in real life as often. And things often become more complicated when we isolate or keep our distance.

I want to challenge you to simplify your life by going back to the way relationships used to be- stop over a friends house, meet up for lunch, or gather around the kitchen table for some good conversation. Pray together. Share together. Live lives that are for Christ together.

Helpful Links

We’ve Made Our World Smaller, But We Are Further Apart

Simplifying Social Media• Podcast Ep 99

Keeping It Real: Sharing Struggles and Joys Unfiltered • ep 118

Simplifying Relationships

On the Blog –> We’ve Made Our World Smaller, But We Are Further Apart

The Power of One 

God Showed Up in Wilson, NC

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