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The New Media Project wants to help faith leaders become more theologically savvy about social media, which is rapidly changing the landscape of Christian life.
Strategies for managing information can vary from taking two-minute brain breaks to using a color-coded system to sort through your email or keep track of your calendar. Illustration/iStock
We asked several Christian institutional leaders and scholars who study the impact of information overload to share their strategies for managing it all. Here are their responses.
“Do not remember the sins of my youth.” But the Internet does.
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