Often when I’m watching a movie or tv show, I look up the cast of actors on IMDB to see what other things I’ve seen them in and I like to know about their lives outside of acting.
When seeing how people act and say things on the internet, have you ever wondered if they’re like that in real life?
The video below explains how anonymity plays a major role in people’s interactions online.
It’s the last Friday and the last Snack Pack of March; below you’ll find rainbows, Japanese monster figurines, a post about creating a suicide prevention policy for your church, and much more.
I teach a Sunday School class of mostly boys. Before we get into the lesson for the morning I like to ask each kid how their week was and invite them to share some of its highlights, as I pass out fruit gummies and little bottles of water.These highlights are more often than not, them sharing what happened in Fortnite. I doubt many grown-ups, their parents included, ever care about hearing of their Fortnite adventures.
[Read more…] about How Fortnite Taught Me About Connecting With People
In her memoir, Everything Happens for A Reason Kate Bowler writes about living with Stage IV Cancer in the most real way, but her book is not only for those with cancer, or those who live with a chronic illness, it’s for anyone who has ever said that “everything happens for a reason”, it’s for the Church; in short, if you’re breathing then you need to read this.
Balloon birds, Decoding Empathy, and a doctor turning into Batman all here in this week’s Snack Pack just for you.