ERLC Podcast Episode

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Screens, smartphones, tablets, smart devices. Technology is an ever-expanding field that has an increasing influence on our day-to-day lives. At our National Conference, Jason Thacker, Jamie Ivey, Ben Stuart, Trillia Newbell, and Tim Blackmon discussed how our families can respond to the good and bad about technology.

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Trillia Newbell

Trillia Newbell serves as the Director of Community Outreach for the ERLC. She is the author of numerous books, including Sacred Endurance: Finding Grace and Strength for a Lasting Faith (2019). Her writings on issues of faith, family, and diversity have been published... Read More

Jason Thacker

Jason Thacker serves as creative director and associate research fellow at ERLC. In his role as creative director, he oversees all creative projects including design, video, web, audio, and print media.  His new book, The Age of AI: Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Humanity,... Read More

Ben Stuart

Ben Stuart serves on the team at Passion City Church in Atlanta, and is currently preparing to launch and pastor a Passion City Church location in another city. Ben previously served as executive director of Breakaway Ministries, a non-denominational, weekly Bible study... Read More

Jamie Ivey

Jamie is a podcaster, writer, and speaker from Austin, Texas. She is the proud mama of four kids and the wife of Aaron, worship pastor of The Austin Stone Community Church. She also hosts a weekly podcast, The Happy Hour with... Read More

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