Screens connect us 24/7-and we've never been lonelier. The average American spends nine hours a day in the screen world. Heavy screen users are experiencing an epidemic of anxiety, isolation, and suicidal thoughts. The more time we devote to screen life, the more difficult real life becomes. Our guest today is a screen-industry insider who will show us the way back to balance. He will share five simple parables that explain how and why screens grab our attention and won't let go. Join us to get a practical guide that can help anyone find screen life-real life balance again.
Whether you believe it or not, we are at war. It’s a different kind of war - a war that can’t be seen with human eyes, but it is war nonetheless. Join us to learn how to put your armor on and fight against a vicious and relentless enemy. Discover how you can be an overcomer! The lines light up so call in with your questions early!
David Murrow has spent four decades working in the screen-addiction business. His work has aired on NBC, ABC, CBS, Discovery, HGTV, and many other channels. Murrow’s first book, the inspirational bestseller Why Men Hate Going to Church, was featured in the New York Times and on PBS, Fox News, and more. A graduate of Baylor University.
Dr. Karl Payne received his Masters of Divinity (1980) and Doctorate of Ministry (1996) from Western Seminary, Portland. For over 40 years, Payne has trained people through his discipleship and apologetic materials. He serves as the Pastor of Leadership Development at Antioch Bible Church, is the Founder of the Transferable Cross Training Foundation, and served as the chaplain for the Seattle Seahawks from 1994-2015.