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Finding Our Prayer Bearings
In a review of Timothy Keller’s book, Prayer: Experiencing Awe and Intimacy with God, Jen Michel writes:
One summer, my husband and I wanted to teach ...
Professor Challenges Students to Give Up Cellphones for a Week
It's old school in Jacob Dannenberg's college dorm room. He uses an alarm clock to wake him up, handwritten notes for reminders, and an actual ...
New Year’s Resolution: Rediscover Boredom in the Smartphone Age
Smartphones have changed the way we inhabit public space and more specifically, how we fill our time while waiting. Consequently, day-dreaming, thinking, ...
The Meaning in the Monotony
Stephanie is a young mother with four children. Her typical day includes waking up at dawn, diapering and feeding one child while clothing another, preparing ...
Police Departments Reined in by Insurer Ultimatums
According to a report in the Washington Post, the most influential voices in police reform aren’t necessarily politicians or even other police officers. ...
The Return of ‘Dumbphones’
Seventeen-year-old Robin West is an anomaly among her peers--she doesn't have a smartphone. Instead of scrolling through apps like TikTok and Instagram ...
Why Bad Things Happen to People
Job, Epicurus, Augustine, C.S. Lewis, and other famous thinkers wrestled with explaining why an all-loving, all-knowing, and all-powerful God would allow ...
The Smartphone Stack
You’re out with some friends having a nice dinner. But one has been talking on his phone for the last ten minutes, and a second is managing to fork ...
Ways Your Smartphone Is Changing You
Tony Reinke’s book, 12 Ways Your Phone Is Changing You, makes explicit what many of us feel bubbling under the surface: Quietly, subtly, our phones ...
Can You Control Yourself?
One key discovery is that self-control is an exhaustible but buildable resource. A psychologist demonstrated this with a clever experiment. He had college ...