Cultivating Contentment, Resilience, and Wisdom in the Digital Age
by Jay Y. Kim
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Pub Date 26 Jul 2022 | Archive Date 25 Aug 2022
"Jay Kim provides a fresh approach to connecting Scripture to present-day circumstances. This is a useful guidebook that provides practical ways to integrate the fruit of the Spirit into our current realities. A clear and concise call to get back to what matters most."
-Brad Lomenick, former president of Catalyst and author of The Catalyst Leader
"I can't express the inner jubilee I am having that this book is finally here. What a marvelous invitation to the primal Christian movement that is solely and singularly focused on Jesus as Lord of all in our fragmented and distracted moment. Analog Christian gives voice to a part of all of us that longs for a day when Christians are known for their fruit over their fame. This work will set Jay Kim up as an enduring voice for the church for this generation. Highly recommended. A must-read."
-A. J. Swoboda, assistant professor of Bible and theology at Bushnell University, author of After Doubt
"Jay Kim thoughtfully engages one of the most challenging issues of the spiritual life in his book Analog Christian. It's easy for us to find ourselves lost in the immersive digital world. It's as if most of us have grown another physical appendage: our phones. Jay helps us to navigate this with a colorful basket of healthy and spiritual fruit that will change your life!"
-Dave Gibbons, author, speaker, and founder of Newsong, Santa Ana, California
"Jay Y. Kim is an ecclesiastical alchemist who shows us how to turn information into knowledge, knowledge into wisdom, and wisdom into truth. Analog Christian is a book no parent can afford to miss."
-Leonard Sweet, professor and author of Contextual Intelligence
"As we emerge out of this pandemic—when online everything has become mind-numbingly normal—Jay reminds us that the way of Jesus isn't new, flashy, or digital. And that you don't need an app for it, either! The way of Jesus is the way of contentment, resilience, and wisdom."
-Daniel Im, lead pastor at Beulah Alliance Church and author of You Are What You Do: And Six Other Lies about Work, Life, and Love
"Lulled by convenience, numbed by distraction, and addicted to our devices, we have become diminished versions of ourselves. But the gift of grace is the power to become fully alive, image-bearing human beings. Far from being a polemic against technology, Analog Christian invites us to join in the Spirit's slow and life-giving work of producing fruit in us. Combining cultural analysis, theological insight, and pastoral wisdom, Jay Kim bears witness to a better way of being a human in the digital age, a way that looks like the fully and truly human one, Jesus Christ."
-Glenn Packiam, lead pastor at New Life Downtown, Colorado Springs, and author of The Resilient Pastor
"Jay Kim's whole book can be summed up in this: 'May we choose, today and every day, the right thing. May we choose to continue gardening, even in the darkest and most difficult places of life.' This timely word is a call for us to return to a different way of thinking about our life and faith. In a world where everything is going fast, Jay's admonition to consider life in the Spirit as a priority is a breath of fresh air. Jay thank you for challenging me to go deeper."
-Myron Pierce, pastor of Mission Church, Omaha, and author of Outrageous: Exceeding the Limits of Usual
"Jay Kim has offered a book full of wisdom and insight, asking necessary questions about our online habits, prodding us to reconsider our activities and assumptions, while humbly pointing us to God's Word and God's people for renewal. Jay reminds us of the beauty and importance of living with the fruit of the Spirit, even in a digital age."
-Trevin Wax, vice president for research and resource development at the North American Mission Board and author of Rethink Your Self: The Power of Looking Up Before Looking In
"This book is a balm to the soul, steeped in words, stories, and exhortations that woo the reader toward timeless wisdom, shared humanity, and the Spirit-filled life."
-Karen Swallow Prior, author of On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life through Great Books
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