“And we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose.” Romans 8:28
Not too long ago we thought of social media as something for young people. It seemed like a fad or a trend, but not serious. Youtube content was not full of handy, useful and interesting stuff yet. Most of us (not all) older adults eventually bridged the cultural divide to embrace Facebook. Of course, we had many compelling reasons including keeping up with the grandkids, keeping an eye on our own kids, and reconnecting with long lost friends from high school or college. With the advent of smartphones, however, the use of social media skyrocketed.
When we got used to Facebook, the young people switched to Instagram and Snapchat. Radio shows became video shows on Youtube. Blogs gave way to App Store applications for your phone. Headlines in the news change all day long. And now, of course, the COVID-19 virus infiltrated all of our lives without warning.
An Online Cafe In Ukraine
Yulia from Mercy Projects Kyiv, Ukraine reports:
We wrote to our teenagers, that today we witness historical events. The whole world is quarantined and one day we’ll tell our kids about it. But how do we look at these events? We are not depressed or angry. We see this as a big opportunity to grow. The Lord brought us this opportunity!
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SOURCE: Assist News