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Track: Social MediaA Student’s Guide to Social Media

Track: Social Media

A Student’s Guide to Social Media

Jason Thacker
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Students often ask, ‘where do I start?’ when attempting to comprehend and navigate the challenges of our digital age. A Student’s Guide to Social Media provides a solid launching point to understanding the difficulties of the digital age and how to faithfully navigate them while remaining rooted in the Christian faith.

Katie Frugé, Director of Center for Cultural Engagement & The Christian Life Commission, Baptist General Convention of Texas

Jason Thacker is one of today’s foremost experts on ethics and technology. He’s also a godly family man whose love for Christ shines through in his writing. In this new addition to the RYM track series, Thacker helps youth grow in wisdom, giving them a clear framework for thinking theologically and acting ethically in their increasingly confusing online social world.

Jared Kennedy, Editor, The Gospel Coalition

To use your tools well, it is crucial that you understand how they will attempt to shape your heart, mind, and soul. For that reason and many more I highly recommend reading A Student’s Guide to Social Media.

Tim Challies, Blogger at

We are always being discipled; either by culture or Christ. A danger of the world’s discipleship is that it often goes unnoticed. Track: Social Media wonderfully aids us in remaining sober–minded as we engage with social media to ensure that our use of technology conforms us to Christ, not culture.

J. Garrett Kell, Pastor, Del Ray Baptist Church, Alexandria, Virginia

This is a short, important and a book that will help us all to reflect on our use of social media – or should that be social media’s use of us? 

David Robertson, Well–known pastor and apologist

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