The ministry team is hosting a free, one-day seminar led by Dr. Walter Surdacki from Lipscomb University to help you parent theologically and practically in a world of technology.
What are teens doing with technology and what is technology doing to us? How can a healthy theology guide our decisions about technology?
Living a balanced life with the devices that claim to simplify our lives is possible. Join us on Sunday, January 13, in the Student Center as Dr. Surdacki provides practical tools for parents and shows what it looks like to have a healthier relationship with technology.
- Session 1, 9-9:45am: What Is Technology Doing to Us? / Redeeming Technology (for parents and students grades 6–12)
- Lunch: 11:30am
- Session 2, Noon: A Theology of Technology (for parents; childcare provided)
- Session 3, 1pm: A Technology Toolbox (for parents; childcare provided)
- We are recording all sessions.
Register below (required by January 9).
Questions: Jon Micah Richardson, Discipleship Minister
Dr. Walter Surdacki currently serves as Associate Professor of Youth & Family Ministry at Lipscomb University. He has over 20 years of working with adolescents as a full-time youth minister, parent of YM teens and as a YM volunteer. His research specializes in technology & faith formation, science and technology, and the spiritual disciplines. He holds graduate theology degrees from Pepperdine University and Fuller Theological Seminary. He has a wife of 25+ years and two adult daughters.