Being the church in a world where social media cravings are harder to resist than nicotine

A 2012 Harvard University research study revealed that sharing personal information about ourselves is an intrinsically rewarding activity targeting the nucleas accumbens’ area of the brain.

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January 15, 2015 · church · tech · social media

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