“In the midst of chaotic schedules and beeping smartphones is precisely where God calls us to find or create relevant, contextualized focal practices. A healthy Silicon Valley career — just like that of a Montana-based writer — requires focal practices like meditation and study, prayer groups, jogging at noon, the evening walk, the music lesson or dance group, and the household feast on weekends (at least).
“Boers never suggests that technology per se is evil, nor does he invite us all to move out into rural communes. His message, so biblical, so appropriate today, is to be thoughtful and aware and make space and time in our lives for what is truly important.”
Read the rest of the review here.
Devin Brown, author of A Life Observed, was quoted in “50 years ago, Kennedy, Huxley and Lewis followed different paths to the grave” in Deseret News.
Devin Brown was also quoted in The Imaginative Conservative.
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