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How Can Christians Avoid Smartphone Addiction?

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In this episode of TGC Q&A, David Mathis and Joe Rigney answer the question, “How can Christians avoid smartphone addiction?”

They discuss:

  • A pastoral predicament (:00)
  • Admitting you have a problem (1:53)
  • Controlling impulses (4:04)
  • Gaining larger vision (6:05)
  • Godliness as a value (7:13)
  • The price of phone addiction (8:39)
  • The joy of freedom (9:22)

Explore more from TGC on the topics of technology and addiction.

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