Disciples of Jesus in our digital age

Join us For our new sermon series

For more information and resources on the topic check out the books and website links below.



Habits of the Household: Practicing the Story of God in Everyday Family Rhythms by Justin Whitmel Earley

You long for tender moments with your children--but do you ever find yourself too busy to stop, make eye contact, and say something you really mean? Daily habits are powerful ways to shape the heart--but do you find yourself giving in to screen time just to get through the day? You want to parent with purpose--but do you know how to start?

Learn how to:

  • Develop a bedtime liturgy to settle your little ones and ground them in God's love
  • Discover a new framework for discipline as discipleship
  • Acquire simple practices for more regular and meaningful family mealtimes
  • Open your eyes to the spirituality of parenting, seeing small moments as big opportunities for spiritual formation
  • Develop a custom age chart for your family to more intentionally plan your shared years under the same roof

Each chapter in Habits of the Household ends with practical patterns, prayers, or liturgies that your family can put into practice right away. As you create liberating rhythms around your everyday routines, you will find your family has a greater sense of peace and purpose as your home becomes a place where, above all, you learn how to love.

The Shallows: What the Internet Is Doing to Our Brains

by Nicholas Carr


As we enjoy the internet’s bounties, are we sacrificing our ability to read and think deeply? This 10th-anniversary edition includes a new afterword that brings the story up to date, with a deep examination of the cognitive and behavioral effects of smartphones and social media.

[Un]Intentional: How Screens Secretly Shape Your Desires and How You Can Break Free

By Doug Smith


Most of us are unintentional with screens, but tech industry architects intentionally make their content distracting, manipulative, and addictive. [Un]Intentional shows how our obsession with screens often takes us—unintentionally—to places we regret. It reveals the way many apps, games, and videos are designed to entice us to make decisions and form harmful habits that profit the creators at our expense. [Un]Intentional helps you break free by guiding you through proven biblical practices to reclaim your thought life, make good decisions, and fulfill your God-given mission.





A helpful site to find blogs and a podcast about digital influences for family and individuals.


-Has a quick list of ways to recognize the spectrum of addiction behaviors. 

-Great resources for parent coaching if you struggle with a child's behaviors.

​-A 12 minute TED talk on the subject from mother and Doctor, with great content.

​-A short internet addiction test

-Helpful papers and articles on the subject

-Other helpful tools and resources


Screen Strong


A great site for a variety of resources and tools for families and individuals who are seeking to understand and avoid the pitfalls of media addiction.





Ask Pastor Jim for a 3 week study on Social Dilemma!