April 3, 2020

Have you ever felt resentful of technology?

It’s strange to admit, given all the benefits of our digital communication, but technology can sometimes feel like a little child trying to get our attention. It tugs and pulls on us all day long.
It can be exhausting.

Emails, Facebook notifications, ads, updates, likes, texts, PMs, the list goes on and on. Sometimes I feel like I just need a break. As we prepare for Holy Week, I want to encourage you to take a break from digital noise.

Uninstall social media apps for a week. Turn off notifications. Leave your phone at home. I don’t know what it could look like for you, but I want to make sure that you give yourself enough space for God to work in your heart. You might even find you can survive without a few things and choose to eliminate them altogether.

Questions of the Day
What are some areas where you feel like there is too much digital noise?
What plans can you put into place to take a break from digital noise this week? Is there anyone who could help keep you accountable or who you need to inform?

 

Patiently wait for God alone, my soul! For he is the one who gives me hope.
(Psalm 62:5)

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