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Faith, teens and digital media

Art Bamford of Fuller Youth Institute talks to danah boyd, a Principal Researcher at Microsoft, a Professor at New York University, and a Fellow at Harvard University’s Berkman Center for Internet and Society, about parenting, adolescence, faith and the place of digital media.

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Nothing new under the sun

As the 2014 begins, many of us make resolutions of things we want to do (or not do!) this year. Our memories can transform life’s moments from disconnected dots into a ray, a trajectory anchored by birth at one end. What is the trajectory of your life, i.e., toward what (or whom) is your life aimed? In other words, what is your spiritual anamnesis?

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The angry priest or the boorish photographer?

… bad photography (and unconscious photographers) can, like bad liturgy (and unconscious celebrants), get in the way. This is what happened in the video when it went viral: the conversation became about “The Angry Priest vs. The Boorish Photographers” when we should have been celebrating the couple’s marriage.

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Smartphones in church: permission granted

During the first century stories of faith and God’s grace were told on mountains or shouted from rooftops. These days, the ability to do this is quite literally in the palm of our hand. How will you provide permission to share the Good News in this way?

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