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2 C P H . O R G / S P R I N G N E W R E L E A S E S Redeeming Technology A Christian Approach to Healthy Digital Habits A. Trevor Sutton and Brian Smith, MD Today, you are more connected to technology than ever. Screens and social media bombard you from every corner of your life. As a Christian, how do you navigate technology to ensure that not only your physical health is well but also your spiritual health? The pas- tor–psychiatrist duo of A. Trevor Sutton and Brian Smith are here to help and guide you through the world of technology from a fully Christian perspective in Redeeming Technology. 124622 $15.99 "Technology is largely seamless, silent, and invisible. Thus, its influence can be multiplied exponentially without us knowing it. If we check our phones an average of 100 times per day, that becomes 36,500 times per year. . . . If we consume an average of 11 hours of media per day, that becomes 4,015 hours per year. Put another way, that comes out to 167 full days of media con- sumption each year. . . . How many glances from your child or spouse do you miss in a lifetime of scrolling through news alerts and Facebook?" Looking for more ways to be Christian in a world full of digital and physical distractions? Try these books to find helpful advice. Each one offers a unique perspective on how Christians should focus more on Christ during these times and follows Scripture to show how God has already taught you the answers to ques- tions about the digital world. Digitized Spiritual Implications of Technology Bernard Bull 124532 $15.99 Faithfully Connected Integrating Biblical Principles in a Digital World Benjamin Boche and Jacob Hollatz 155239 $24.99 Clearly Christian Following Jesus in This Age of Confusion A. Trevor Sutton 124510 $13.99 R E L AT E D T I T L E S A B O U T T H E AU T H O R S A. Trevor Sutton is senior pastor at St. Luke Lutheran Church in Lansing, Mich- igan. He holds an MDiv from Concordia Seminary, St. Louis and an MA in digital rhetoric from Michigan State University. Brian Smith, MD, is an author, professor, and psychiatrist in Michigan with over twenty years of experience working with children and their families. He has directly witnessed the impact of digital technology, especially social media, on the mental health of his patients.

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