Technology has advanced so rapidly. Our medical care is better. Our ability to keep informed with the world is better. Grandparents are able to watch grand children grow up, even from great distances with the help of Facebook and Skype.
With the advancements in communication, has come unintended side effects. Online we have the ability to comment on a world of topics anonymously leading us to say things we would never say to someone's face. On Facebook, we can hide the things that we don't like. We don't have to see the other side of an argument. We can filter our news so we never hear of the world's events.
As people who are called to be a light in this world...
We need to know what is happening in the world.
We need to hear all sides of the story.
We need to respectfully share our side.
During each Conversation Matters event, we will have conversations about specific cultural and historical topics. These discussions will be led by scholars and experts who care deeply about the conversation and the church.
The Opioid Crisis in East Tennessee
Sunday, April 29th
5:00 pm in Asbury Hall
Join us as Stephanie Armbrister Strutner of ASAP of Anderson County brings you a closer look at the problem with opioid abuse and what is being done to curb the epidemic.
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