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It is incredible how quickly our world is changing.  What will it mean for our families?  Our communities?  Our educational system?  Our nation?  The world?  The church?  This video is pretty mind blowing.

 

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16 comments
  1. It means that the diversions of speed, complexity, information, and change will strengthen their strongholds on our lives..
    it means that discernment and wisdom have never been more needed…and harder to find…
    It means that the Gospel will still be the most important story ever told and that it will still be the narrow road, with an ever widening superhighway of “information” masquerading as life..

  2. It means that the diversions of speed, complexity, information, and change will strengthen their strongholds on our lives..
    it means that discernment and wisdom have never been more needed…and harder to find…
    It means that the Gospel will still be the most important story ever told and that it will still be the narrow road, with an ever widening superhighway of “information” masquerading as life..

  3. It means that the diversions of speed, complexity, information, and change will strengthen their strongholds on our lives..
    it means that discernment and wisdom have never been more needed…and harder to find…
    It means that the Gospel will still be the most important story ever told and that it will still be the narrow road, with an ever widening superhighway of “information” masquerading as life..

  4. The pace is accelerating, the choices are growing, the tide is rising, but where does the journey lead?

    More than ever we need an anchor in life. That anchor can only be Jesus.

    Because everything else is going to get swept up in the rising tide.

    Thanks for the post!

    AndyCs last blog post..A Bacon Driven Life

  5. The pace is accelerating, the choices are growing, the tide is rising, but where does the journey lead?

    More than ever we need an anchor in life. That anchor can only be Jesus.

    Because everything else is going to get swept up in the rising tide.

    Thanks for the post!

    AndyCs last blog post..A Bacon Driven Life

  6. Non-religious thought on this: If things are changing and information being created and becoming outdated as quickly as they say, we need to focus on teaching our kids how to learn more than actual facts — especially about technology.

    ChrisBs last blog post..A Concordance as a Devotional

  7. Non-religious thought on this: If things are changing and information being created and becoming outdated as quickly as they say, we need to focus on teaching our kids how to learn more than actual facts — especially about technology.

    ChrisBs last blog post..A Concordance as a Devotional

  8. Non-religious thought on this: If things are changing and information being created and becoming outdated as quickly as they say, we need to focus on teaching our kids how to learn more than actual facts — especially about technology.

    ChrisBs last blog post..A Concordance as a Devotional

  9. From an urban youth ministry perspective, it means that kids caught up ina culture of poor education or even a culture that derides education in favor of the street life are even more at a disadvantage.

    I think of how many of my kids have no desire to read or understand history or learn deeply. That’s not just an urban phenomenon, but it seems more insidious in the city. They will have virtually no hope of participation in the local community, let alone the global community, in any way that is significant.

    It puts an exclamation point on the need for biblical urban ministry.

    Steves last blog post..A Good Quote on Parenting

  10. From an urban youth ministry perspective, it means that kids caught up ina culture of poor education or even a culture that derides education in favor of the street life are even more at a disadvantage.

    I think of how many of my kids have no desire to read or understand history or learn deeply. That’s not just an urban phenomenon, but it seems more insidious in the city. They will have virtually no hope of participation in the local community, let alone the global community, in any way that is significant.

    It puts an exclamation point on the need for biblical urban ministry.

    Steves last blog post..A Good Quote on Parenting

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