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No Longer Alone

Abigail Biggs, February 8, 2018

I was wondering if you could let Josh McDowell know how much his talk at Lancaster Day of Prayer meant to me. Hearing his life’s story struck a chord with me. So similar and so different. You see I came from an abusive Christian home. I was forced by family… Read more »

Set Free by Faith

Abigail Biggs, January 25, 2018

From our staff: “At a conference we met a missionary to Wales who shared this incredible story of how our ministry is making a difference in unlikely ways: “A prostitute in Wales had been given a copy of Josh’s book, More Than a Carpenter. She read it, was convicted of… Read more »

Opening Eyes

Abigail Biggs, January 11, 2018

From our staff: “Once, Josh and I were in Vancouver, B.C. for a  conference. Almost 2,500 Canadians came from all over the area (some drove 24 hours) to attend this conference titled “Hidden in Plain Sight.” Josh spoke at the opening and closing sessions, presented at a workshop, and spoke… Read more »

Books for the Batboy

Abigail Biggs, December 28, 2017

From our staff: Recently, we held an Apologetics Seminar at a church in California. One of the people helping me for the weekend was Dan, the Missions Pastor at the church. He shared his story with me of how our ministry influenced his life: “I grew up in a religiously… Read more »

Answers within Reach

Abigail Biggs, December 14, 2017

Dear Josh: I wanted to write and tell you what an amazing impact your book, “More Than a Carpenter” has had on me and my youth ministry. It is a great resource for high school and college youth pastors and youth leaders. I am a youth leader at my local… Read more »

“Carpenter” in France

Abigail Biggs, November 30, 2017

“More than a Carpenter” has been given away on campus, at special Christmas and Easter events, at doctor’s appointments, and in various other situations, and we are so excited to see the interest people have shown, especially because it is definitely not the expected typical French response. “We gave about… Read more »

Indestructible Joy

Abigail Biggs, November 16, 2017

Josh:   I have a great story to tell, and will try to give you the very abbreviated version here. Around 2006 a business acquaintance, John, and I got acquainted on a more personal level, and went on a few dates. About a week into this ‘dating’ phase, I learned… Read more »

Easy-to-Understand Truth

Abigail Biggs, November 2, 2017

The first book I read by Josh McDowell was in May 2016.  It was The Witness.  Right after, I devoured Josh’s biography Undaunted.  This book completely inspired me!  Christians also need inspiration from time to time! I made a firm decision that I will use the book Undaunted to the maximum as… Read more »

Inter-Generational Ministry

Abigail Biggs, October 19, 2017

From one of our staff: Once we were in Lafayette, LA, where Josh spoke at a conference. While there I had several people share how our ministry has impacted their life and the life of their families. One woman told me that her sons were heavily influenced by Josh (and… Read more »

Answers on YouTube

Abigail Biggs, October 5, 2017

Hello there! I would just like to thank you for posting videos of Mr. McDowell on YouTube. My 7-year-old son loves to hear the Bible and asks wonderful questions. Recently he asked how we can know that the copy of Matthew we read is what Matthew wrote down. It was… Read more »

Teaching Teens

Abigail Biggs, September 21, 2017

Josh, Just wanted to say, I was a student of yours for years, and an intern for a summer. Ten years later you remembered who I was. Just thought I’d say thank you for remembering, and not being afraid to teach teenagers heavy apologetics on a level they could understand…. Read more »

Always Hope

Abigail Biggs, September 7, 2017

Dear Josh, I just finished reading your book, Undaunted. Our lives have been inter-twined for a number of decades. I went to Talbot shortly after you did and we had the same typist for our thesis. I did mine on the same subject—so much so that it looked like I… Read more »

Appreciation for Decades of Ministry

Abigail Biggs, August 24, 2017

Josh, Turning 65 this year, I’m trying to make sure some of my heroes know how much they have impacted me. Since 1973, when one of my students at a Christian high school gave me a copy of More Than a Carpenter, I have undoubtedly invoked your name, shared your… Read more »

A Much-Needed Wake Up Call

Abigail Biggs, August 10, 2017

Dear Dr. McDowell, Well done Sir!!!!!! I have been sounding the trumpet on this topic [pornography] for the past 10 years.  We hit it hard in our confirmation program [at our church] (6th through 9th grade.). However, in recent years, I have been convicted that our efforts are coming too… Read more »

Coaching Basketball and the Word

Abigail Biggs, August 1, 2017

Coleen knew she was taking a risk. Sharing her faith in the closed country in Central Asia where she was serving as a teacher and coach could get her thrown out of the country — or even arrested. In this region of the world, there is one dominant religion. Other… Read more »

3 Potential Threats to Watch Out for on Social Media

Abigail Biggs, July 1, 2017

3 Potential Threats to Watch Out for on Social Media by Brian Reed on Hootsuite   For marketers, investing in social media means exposure; exposure to new prospects, exposure to new followers and influencers, exposure for the brand, and exposure to a significant return on investment (ROI). All signs point… Read more »

Make a Family Communication Plan

Abigail Biggs, June 1, 2017

If and when disaster strikes, your family may not be all in one spot. Plan ahead now and make sure everyone in your family knows how get in touch and let you know they’re okay, where you will all meet during an emergency, and how to get there. Further details… Read more »

Comparing Religions

Abigail Biggs, February 14, 2017

Iskandar is a scientist and philosopher in the Middle East. He was comparing different religions and trying to find the only true religion. When he visited one of our staff, he received the More Than a Carpenter book. He studied it for a long time and he was surprised by the facts… Read more »

Far from Everywhere

Abigail Biggs, February 7, 2017

Rukshona was born in a remote mountainous village. She had never left her village and grew up in a very conservative culture and strict religious environment. The conditions for life were very difficult. They had no running water, no bathrooms. One day a mudslide came down on the village. Most… Read more »

33rd Street Prison

Abigail Biggs, January 31, 2017

We went on a ministry trip to the 33rd Street prison in Orlando Florida. Some others who had gone to minister in this prison before informed us that nothing could be brought into the prison with us.  Even our car keys and drivers licenses had to be left with the… Read more »

Books on the Subway

Abigail Biggs, January 24, 2017

Over 20 years ago in Russia, Stas and I, along with the Josh McDowell Ministry and hundreds of American volunteers, had the honor of planting seeds throughout the former Soviet Union. The doors of Russia had just opened. For the first time the Soviet people were free to hear the… Read more »

No One is Immune

Abigail Biggs, January 24, 2017

YouTube comment from Moody Founder’s week 2015 talk: Excellent! Everyone needs to hear this and I’m so thankful that he’s addressed this issue [pornography] so openly. I practiced as a marriage and family therapist for 12 years and the number ONE issue was this issue and we’re talking Christians.  I… Read more »

The FEMA App

Abigail Biggs, January 11, 2017

Weather the Storm: Download the FEMA App The FEMA app is your one-stop-shop with tools and tips to keep you safe before, during, and after disasters. Stay updated with weather-related alerts from the U.S. National Weather Service. Upload and share your disaster photos to help out emergency managers. Save a… Read more »

Make a Personal Evacuation Plan

Abigail Biggs, January 11, 2017

Emergencies generally come without warning. Prepare today so you are not left scrambling and confused in the event of a disaster.   Take a moment to look at Google Maps, and plan three separate routes home from work.   Take another moment to fill out FEMA’s Commuter Emergency Plan, print… Read more »

Winter is a Killer: Simple Steps to Stay Safe

Abigail Biggs, January 10, 2017

Content courtesy of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration. “On average, weather-related vehicle crashes kill 6,253 people and injure more than 480,000 each year, according to the Department of Transportation. Most of these accidents occur when the roadways are wet, snowy or icy. When the weather takes a turn for… Read more »

Passing on the Calling

Abigail Biggs, January 10, 2017

My name is Bran.  I went to Belarus and Russia with Operation Carelift (and later GAiN) many times over.  The Lord used those trips in so many ways in my life.  He planted a love for the Russian people—especially her orphans—in my heart, as well as a love for missions…. Read more »

A Timely Message

Abigail Biggs, January 3, 2017

David Limbaugh highlights Josh McDowell’s message about cultural ‘perfect storm’ I’ve always felt as if I’ve known renowned Christian apologist Josh McDowell through his many excellent books, but I finally got to meet him in the flesh, and what a blessing it was. As I mention in my latest book,… Read more »

If You See Something, Say Something.

Abigail Biggs, January 1, 2017

The Department of Homeland Security is sponsoring a campaign called “See Something, Say Something.” If it’s an emergency, call 9-1-1. If you’ve seen something suspicious or concerning, but you aren’t sure whether it’s a problem, don’t be silent about it. It’s not your job to determine whether or not the… Read more »

New Years Resolution 2017–Resolve to be Ready!

Abigail Biggs, January 1, 2017

This New Year, make a new resolution: View in FEMA Multimedia Library 10 resolutions you can make to ensure you are prepared for an emergency: 1. Assemble and update emergency supplies 2. Make an emergency kit for your pet(s) 3. Document and insure property 4. Safeguard documents 5. Have a communications plan 6. Access alerts and… Read more »

The Case for Dedicated Dads

Abigail Biggs, December 29, 2016

Fathers who get involved in their kids’ education have a big effect on the health, academic success, and happiness of their sons and daughters.   The Case for Dedicated Dads by Jessica Lahey for the Atlantic   One out of every three American children grows up without a biological father. These 24… Read more »

Ten Areas Where Pastors Need to Be Trained for the 21st Century

Abigail Biggs, December 22, 2016

The American culture has shifted dramatically in a relatively short period. From shifting social rules and cultural expectations to new, pervasive technologies, the pastors of today are facing a different world than their predecessors. Besides the obvious and always-necessary training in unchanging, Biblical truth, what tools and training do pastors… Read more »

The Effects of Porn on Marriage

Abigail Biggs, December 15, 2016

The effects of porn on marriage are widespread and devastating.   Researcher Patrick Fagan, Ph.D. completed a major study of pornography and called it a “quiet family killer.” His study found that 56% of divorces had one partner with an obsessive interest in porn.       The Effects of… Read more »

Not For a Lie

Abigail Biggs, December 13, 2016

A gal I am working with—her name’s Jen—her husband Dave received Christ two months ago.  Wayne and I gave him More Than a Carpenter. When he got to the part where the disciples went to their death—he said “they would not do that for a lie.” God is doing Miracles… Read more »

8 Science-Backed Reasons Why Dads Deserve More Credit

Abigail Biggs, December 8, 2016

From birth to adulthood, a Father’s involvement makes a huge difference in a child’s world. People make jokes, advertisers make commercials, and studios make movies and TV shows that tell a discouraging, insulting story of useless, unnecessary Dads. Clearly, they haven’t been talking to researchers any time in the last… Read more »

Gratefully Convinced

Abigail Biggs, December 6, 2016

I came from a point of total disbelief that the Word of God was actual truth. But nearly thirty years ago a minister shared tapes with me from a conference you gave in Idaho. I listened intently as you went over evidence in your quest. Hours of tape and I… Read more »

Covering the Key Sexual Topics

Abigail Biggs, December 1, 2016

Remember, you do want them to hear it from YOU first though you may feel they seem too innocent right now. Unfortunately, if you don’t have a frank discussion with your kids about sex, someone else will—the average age of first exposure to Internet pornography is 11 years old [1]. If… Read more »

A Harvard Psychiatrist Says 3 Things Are the Secret to Real Happiness

Abigail Biggs, November 24, 2016

A Secular Study follows Two Groups of Men for 75 Years …and while their findings might surprise some, Christians shouldn’t be surprised at all: your relationships are the most important part of your life. Your health and happiness are vitally linked to the connections you have to the people around you. Read… Read more »

A Concert in Cincinnati

Abigail Biggs, November 22, 2016

On October 7, 1995, I was 14 years old, a freshman in high school. I was, for the most part, a good kid, but I also knew I wasn’t always good. I came from a family that attended church, but faith was not a big part of our lives. A… Read more »

How a 10-Year-Old Got Her Father to Quit His $100 Million a Year Job

Abigail Biggs, November 17, 2016

One Dad realizes that—though he can buy his little girl anything—all she really wants is time with him. Not many people see that many zeroes in a year—but that’s not the point. You could be king of the world, but your kids won’t care how much you make if you don’t… Read more »

A Couple Changes

Abigail Biggs, November 15, 2016

Thank you Josh for being used by God! Forty-one years ago you spoke in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania on the topic…Roaming through Romans.  It was a Campus Crusade fall conference.  I was invited by a student from the University of Pennsylvania.  That weekend after hearing you share how a person can become… Read more »

9 Reasons Why Church Leaders Should Read the Daily News

Abigail Biggs, November 10, 2016

Read your Bible first every day . . . but then read the news through gospel, Great Commission lenses. You’re a busy person. Work, family, and church responsibilities all pile on top of each other a vie for your attention. Taking the time to sit still and read the news—much… Read more »

A Stark Contrast

Abigail Biggs, November 8, 2016

Blake Woodall Owned the Famous (or Infamous) Starck Club in Dallas in the 1980’s “We just did whatever we wanted to do.” When his club became a drug hotspot, Woodall left, trying unsuccessful ventures in business and religion. “You know the people in robes handing out books at the airport?… Read more »

A Generation of Skeptics Are Open to the Resurrection

Abigail Biggs, November 3, 2016

Evidence Even the Critics Will Accept What do you say to skeptics who refuse to accept that the Gospels were written by their traditional authors? Who insist that the accounts were written long after the eyewitnesses to Jesus’ ministry had all died? Even using only evidence that these critics will accept,… Read more »

Mask, Manuscript, Scroll

Abigail Biggs, October 30, 2016

Email from Josh – March 3, 2014 First time to use manuscripts, mask, and scroll in presentation.  In fifty years in ministry [this is the] most incredible response by all ages. It was so so much fun for me. It was all topped off by a lady about forty-five years… Read more »

7 Reasons America Has Not Been Reached for Christ

Abigail Biggs, October 27, 2016

“There are over 300,000 Protestant churches in America.” “Virtually every city in the United States has an abundance of Bible-believing faith communities. Millions upon millions of Christians attend these churches and, yet, this country is not reached for Christ yet. Why?”     7 Reasons America Has Not Been Reached… Read more »

A Generation of Believers

Abigail Biggs, October 25, 2016

Russia, 2013. We just had the honor of hosting Sergei and Sveta Shashin, director of Russian Jesus Film, a ministry of Campus Crusade.  They are a result of the seeds/books that were planted throughout Russia in the early 90s.  At different times and places, both Sergei and Sveta received a… Read more »

Equip Your Kids to “Say No” to Porn

Abigail Biggs, October 20, 2016

Josh McDowell came across this article and wanted to share it with you. Original Post: jenwilkin.blogspot.com “The first time porn was served at the cafeteria lunch table, my son was eleven years old.” [Jen] “How should I prepare my child for if they see porn?” is the wrong question to ask,… Read more »

8 Online Etiquette Rules Every Tween Should Know

Abigail Biggs, October 13, 2016

Proper online etiquette isn’t just something to consider teaching your tweens, it’s crucial for solidifying their digital safety. Parents, have you ever heard of “subtweeting?” Are you aware that college administrators and potential employers sometimes look at candidates’ social media profiles? Do your kids know what to do when they… Read more »

Ten Fears of Church Leaders

Abigail Biggs, October 11, 2016

Pastors have fears, too. Pastors, elders, leaders; they’re not anxiety-proof. Below, find ten fears that plague our brothers in the pulpit, and the biblical comfort and encouragement to address them.   TEN FEARS OF CHURCH LEADERS (thomranier.com article) I have not hidden my love for pastors and other church leaders. And… Read more »

Holding on to the Truth

Abigail Biggs, October 11, 2016

I remember meeting you in a parking garage in Orlando during the  2012 YPS conference. I was on staff at Global Youth Ministry at the time and you walked up to the group I was in—I had seen you before and you looked familiar to me but I didn’t know… Read more »

Advice to Nonresidential Fathers

Abigail Biggs, October 6, 2016

All Dads are vitally important parts of their kids’ lives. In our culture many Dads may no longer live under the same roof as their children—but their kids still need fathers. Here are six ways for nonresidential fathers to be the best Dads they can be for their kids, no… Read more »

Millennials and the Bible: 3 Surprising Insights

Abigail Biggs, September 29, 2016

What do Millennials think about the Bible? Much has been made of the growing post-Christian sentiment among America’s youngest generation of adults. But how has this well-documented turn away from religion affected Millennials’ views of Christianity’s most sacred text? Has the “brand” of the Bible suffered or significantly shifted among young… Read more »

A Mother’s Devotions

Abigail Biggs, September 27, 2016

Hi, my name is Holly. I have two teenage sons. They are great boys but they are going through the typical stuff that teenagers have to face. My son Chase asked me one day “Mom how often do you read your Bible?” I said, “Son I may not pick up… Read more »

Porn and the Singleness Panic

Abigail Biggs, September 22, 2016

Why the state of marriage doesn’t mean we lower our standards. Young women raised in the church are given a number of directives for choosing their lifelong partner. Beyond simply finding a Christian, they are told–and rightly so–to seek a man who is active and sincere in his faith, who is… Read more »

“Go Deep” with Your Kids

Abigail Biggs, September 15, 2016

“Being a dad is part art, part science, but mostly an act of faith.” The research is in—Dads matter. And while you can’t choose your children’s future for them, your involvement and influence make a huge difference. How do you make sense of the paradoxes of fatherhood? Go deep. Get… Read more »

When Forgiveness Seems too Hard

Abigail Biggs, September 13, 2016

He shifted from one Converse clad foot to the other and waited patiently for the other students to clear out from the classroom. I stood at my desk shuffling papers when I noticed that he remained. “Hi James. What’s up?” I asked. “Mrs. Lia, I just wanted to tell you… Read more »

3 Reasons People Leave Your Church

Abigail Biggs, September 8, 2016

 Do you ever feel like your church has a revolving door? Pastors love to see new faces in the pews—except when it feels like new faces are all they see. Pastor Erik Reed gives three reasons why people may not stick with your church, and three ways to work on these issues…. Read more »

Undaunted Hope

Abigail Biggs, September 6, 2016

Hi, I just watched the movie Undaunted…the story of Josh McDowell. I had no idea what he had been through as a child. He had a drunken father that constantly beat his mother, a sister who committed suicide and a male helper at the farm house they had who sexually… Read more »

A Psychiatrist’s Letter to Young People about Fifty Shades of Grey

Abigail Biggs, September 1, 2016

There’s nothing grey about Fifty Shades of Grey. It’s all black. “Fifty Shades of Grey is being released for Valentine’s Day, so you’ll think it’s a romance. Don’t fall for it.” Dr. Miriam Grossman.         A Psychiatrist’s Letter to Young People about Fifty Shades of Grey    By Miriam Grossman, MD {Many of you have asked that I provide my… Read more »

Out of Darkness

Abigail Biggs, August 30, 2016

Dear Josh, How can we thank you for your faithful service to our Lord Jesus?  Your little paperback book, More Than a Carpenter was instrumental in bringing my dear brother back to Christ after he wandered into the New Age movement and Occult. After he watched the movie Jesus provided… Read more »

Gray Matters: Too Much Screen Time Damages the Brain

Abigail Biggs, August 25, 2016

Neuroimaging research shows excessive screen time damages the brain. The average child spends more than seven hours a day with a glowing screen in front of them. Parents may hesitate to place restrictions on their kid’s screen time, thinking that whatever problems may be caused by electronic overtime aren’t worth that… Read more »

Hungry for the Word

Abigail Biggs, August 23, 2016

I went to [Europe] to hand out Bibles and Christian literature; one of the books being More Than a Carpenter. I don’t know how many people told me they had waited a whole year to get one again because their books were thrown away at Customs or by [offended people] in the boat. They’d… Read more »

A Gift that Changed a Life

Abigail Biggs, August 23, 2016

I read More Than a Carpenter in the 80’s and it became my favorite book.  I have bought many and given them away and I am still doing so.  My mother was a public school teacher and I told her about the book.  One year in the 80’s she wrapped… Read more »

If It Feels Right…

Abigail Biggs, August 18, 2016

 “I mean, I guess what makes something right is how I feel about it.” The youth of this generation are not especially immoral, certainly no more than the generations that came before, according to David Brooks of the New York Times. But, “what’s disheartening is how bad they are at… Read more »

10 Ways to Fight Pornography

Abigail Biggs, August 11, 2016

One of the best ways to protect your kids from pornography is to protect yourself. 10 Ways to Fight Pornography www.allprodad.com Tags : top 10 A recent study asked a group of kids how often their peers look at porn online. They responded that it was often. The study also… Read more »

Ask Him Anything

Abigail Biggs, August 9, 2016

Dear Josh, I would like to share a story that goes back … to 1985 when you visited our city to spend a week of teaching and ministry in Newcastle England. I was a student then and my memories of that week are still clear in my mind.  The teaching you… Read more »

Why Parenting Is More Important Than Schools

Abigail Biggs, August 4, 2016

A new study shows that parental involvement matters more for performance than schools, but that doesn’t mean going to PTA meetings “…parents, of all backgrounds, don’t need to buy expensive educational toys or digital devices for their kids in order to give them an edge. They don’t need to chauffeur their… Read more »

Real Evangelicals Believe These 4 Things.

Abigail Biggs, August 4, 2016

What is an Evangelical? (Photo: Reuters/Jay Paul) You’ve probably seen it in the polls—“this percent of Evangelicals support this candidate, or that legislation.” But with researchers defining “Evangelical” in various ways, the results can be as inconsistent as they are broad. The National Association of Evangelicals, along with a diverse group… Read more »

Christ and Chemistry

Abigail Biggs, August 2, 2016

I work as an administrator at a science museum in Russia. The purpose of our center is to communicate in a very simple way through games that science—specifically physics and chemistry—could be interesting.  There are nine guides working with me.  All of them are young people, mostly university students.  This… Read more »

Facebook: Where Millennials Get the News and Feed Their Cows

Abigail Biggs, July 28, 2016

Do you get your news and your cute kitten videos in the same place? A large segment of the population turns to Facebook to learn what’s going on in the world around them. Nick Pitts explores what this means for our increasingly polarized society, and how we can respond constructively… Read more »

Pornography and Crime

Abigail Biggs, July 21, 2016

In March of 2011, the Kansas Legislature debated passing a bill requiring police to report any and all pornographic materials found during sexual crime investigations. Testifying in favor of the bill, Psychologist Mary Anne Layden laid out findings, including her own experience in treating sexual trauma victims and perpetrators, as… Read more »

Last Minute Testimony

Abigail Biggs, July 19, 2016

Josh, Greetings in Christ! I was honored to attend your teaching Saturday night at Calvary Chapel Oceanside. I am so glad that the Lord had you change your message at the last minute. Because of the testimony of your life and what the Lord has done in it, my sixteen year… Read more »

United by Love

Abigail Biggs, July 16, 2016

How diversity reflects the kingdom of God “Throughout all of Scripture, from Genesis to Revelation, we see God working to redeem a people for Himself, a people from every tribe and tongue and nation—colorful and diverse.” Are we reveling in the beautiful and staggering diversity of the people God created… Read more »

Questions Welcome

Abigail Biggs, July 12, 2016

Several years ago, we heard Josh speak at the National Apologetics Conference. He told the story about when his (at the time) teenage son expressed doubts about God and Josh reacted with, “Great! Let’s talk about it!” That story helped us to effectively minister to our own son. One night,… Read more »

New Faith and Old Tapes

Abigail Biggs, July 5, 2016

I came to the Lord in November, 1971 at the University of Kansas. Just afterward I got a letter from a previous girlfriend, who shared how horrible her life was going. I wrote back saying. “We need to get together at Christmas” (when we would both be back in Des… Read more »

How to Be a Sex-wise Parent in a World of Penn State Scandal Media Coverage

Abigail Biggs, June 30, 2016

Tips for Moms and Dads.   In today’s hyper-sexualized society, kids are going to have questions about what they see and hear. The Penn State scandal was years ago, but the news never seems to be short of similar cases. What do you say if the latest case comes on… Read more »

The Pink Backpack

Abigail Biggs, June 28, 2016

My name is AnnaLisa and this is a story about something that Josh did 30 years ago that changed my life. By the time I was in my second semester as a freshman at UCLA, Satan had convinced me of 2 things: My life was worthless.  I had entered college… Read more »

The Skills Every Man Should Teach His Kids

Abigail Biggs, June 23, 2016

Some are frivolous. Some are essential. All are abilities that your child will learn best from you. From telling  a good joke to making a paper airplane, from riding a bike to standing up to a bully, here’s one dad’s list of eleven things every dad should teach his kids…. Read more »

Maintaining Relational Presence in a Technological World

Abigail Biggs, June 16, 2016

Are you distracted by technology? Are you constantly checking e-mail, updating Facebook or sending Tweets? Do you find yourself avidly texting friends absent friends, and ignoring the ones you’re with?  Do your small children walk around the house imitating you…on your cell phone? If so, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist Rhett… Read more »