The Plugged In Show, Episode 59: My Kid Asked for a Facebook Account and You Won’t BELIEVE What Happened Next!


Sometimes we know we need a reset. A chance to do some work on areas of our lives that have gotten out of whack, out of balance.

And if there’s one moment on the calendar each year that invites us to refocus our habits and choices, it’s January. A new year lies before us, full of promise and the hope of positive change.

Of course, actually changing our lives via our New Year’s resolutions can be difficult. It can be surprisingly tough to uproot entrenched habits and patterns—especially given a year which most of us have largely spent out home with our children already.

So how do we go about facilitating a reset when it comes to screens, entertainment and technology? That’s what our team talked about on Episode 59 of The Plugged In Show. Take a listen, and take a look at the related links to this week’s show.

Adam R. Holz

After serving as an associate editor at NavPress’ Discipleship Journal and consulting editor for Current Thoughts and Trends, Adam now oversees the editing and publishing of Plugged In’s reviews as the site’s director. He and his wife, Jennifer, have three children. In their free time, the Holzes enjoy playing games, a variety of musical instruments, swimming and … watching movies.

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  1. -After Facebook stopped being college-exclusive, there was a time when it was strictly 18+, and frankly I think it and all social-media sites should have stayed that way (and that smartphones should only have been marketed to that demographic). Their content would probably be a lot more adult, but it’d probably be a lot easier to maintain a social expectation of keeping that content out of children’s hands.

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