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#FaithandCulture Reading: Social Media, Hidden Work, Jesus’ Lordship, ‘Disruptive Witness’

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Today, we cull a brief list of some of our favorite articles of the week. In today’s #FaithandCulture Reading, we highlight articles from Philip Bethancourt, Art Lindsley, Courtney Reissig and Andrew Spencer.

You Are the Biggest Social Media Problem

“We have a love-hate relationship with the online realm. Everyone is dependent on technology, but everyone loathes some aspects of it,” writes Philip Bethancourt at The Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission.

What Does Jesus’ Lordship Mean for Your Work?

“If we confess Jesus as Lord, then we will not fear investigating any area where truth may be discovered. We should be both fearless and zealous to pursue excellence in every field. This means every area of work, or every calling, is under the Lordship of Christ and must be pursued as unto him,” explains Art Lindsley at The Institute for Faith, Work and Economics.

Why Hidden Work Matters to God

“Our homes, churches, communities, and neighborhoods are upheld by hidden, ordinary work,” writes Courtney Reissig at Made to Flourish.

Disruptive Witness for a Distracted Age

Andrew Spencer reviews O. Alan Noble’s new book, Disruptive Witness: Speaking Truth in a Distracted Age, at The Gospel Coalition.

What articles would you recommend this weekend?

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