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But while personal profiles are revealing, they hint at even larger truths. They uncover our desire for identity, our craving to be known, and our need to belong.
Jesse Rice believes that Facebook offers a profound look at our deepest needs. Join Jesse as he explores social networking and its impact on culture and the church. Filled with fresh perspectives and provocative questions, The Church of Facebook encourages us to pursue authentic relationships with God and those around us.
Jesse Rice is a Contemporary Worship Arts Director at Menlo Park Presbyterian Church, a large and thriving congregation in the heart of Silicon Valley. Living at this crossroads of faith and technology, Jesse is an authority on the search for meaning in a fast-paced, too-much-information world. He is a sought-after worship leader with almost fifteen years of experience working with college students and young adults. He and his wife live in Palo Alto, California.
I enjoyed this book very much. It had a great deal to say about intentionality. I think that is a topic that is far too often overlooked in our day and age. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Eric Dunn
This book has given me a different insight on social media as well as provokes thoughts about why and how we communicate. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Nathan Latimer
This book provides insights and examples of what makes trends so popular or successful. Before reading this I had a whole different take on social media and the reason it works but... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Michael Daigneault
This is well written book IF you want to know why Facebook and socialmedia are bad for you. However the arguments are tenuous and could apply to any sphere of life. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Ellis Barnsley
Interesting book. Certainly had some very good, very interesting parts.
However, "church" is about more than just "community." Church is about Christ. Read more
If you don't know too much about the social networking scene this book will open your eyes to the extent that social networking is impacting on our world. This is an amazing book. Read morePublished on August 17, 2010 by Tandembiker
How many people among your friends and family have a Facebook account? I bet the number is growing. Read morePublished on May 6, 2010 by L. Wiggins
"The World Is Shrinking One Profile At A Time.
A revolution is underway. A Wi-Fi, worldwide movement that is changing how we interact with others. Read more
Really enjoyed the book. It would be an excellent book to discuss in a group.Published on February 6, 2010 by Joan Haury