We live in a hyperconnected world, and yet we’re more disconnected than ever. We spend more time scrolling through Instagram than we do talking with our families. We’ve never had more “friends”, but we have no one to meet for coffee.
Joe Battaglia understands that we are wired to have community, and that smartphones cannot meet our needs for love, acceptance, touch, and connection. In Unfriended, Battaglia uses research, personal insight, and biblical truths to help you:
Unfriended will help you shake off your digital fatigue and get back to real-life, real-world relationships with real people.
Additional guest chapters by Iris C. O’Brien, Michael Guillen, Donna Rice Hughes, and Delilah.
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What fathers say can determine a child's way.
Men who have abdicated their roles as fathers are the single greatest problem in society today. But fathers who speak words of encouragement and love to their children, mixed in with some common sense, sow into their hearts and minds the necessary ingredients for reaping healthy identities and self-images that propel toward success in life.
Join Joe Pellegrino and Joe Battaglia as they share moving stories and life lessons from men and women who testify to the power of a father's influence, including: Corbin Bernsen, Steve Brown, Delilah, Kathie Lee Gifford, Lauren Green, Michael Guillen, Kirsten Haglund, Brant Hansen, Alex Kendrick, Lauren McAfee, Barry Meguiar, Eric Metaxas, Bill Parcells, Shari Rigby, Kevin Sorbo, Michele Watson, and Martha Williamson.
Joe Battaglia is also Executive Producer and one of the founders of KeepTheFaith Radio.
Joe shares with KeepTheFaith about standing up for his daughter, right here:
The Politically Incorrect Jesus: Living Boldly in a Culture of Unbelief
In the ever increasingly secular and politically correct society, the person of Jesus remains a controversial figure. He’s admired and ridiculed, revered and rejected, dismissed and embraced. Simply, much of what Jesus taught and stood for clearly clashes with politically correct thinking, which often asks followers of Christ to commit intellectual suicide by pretending that what they believe is not real or true. And at times, the church itself has its own version of politically correct thinking which needs to be addressed as well. In this book, author Joe Battaglia will look at the issues and ideology in the current cultural climate that clashes with the teachings of Jesus. He will awaken people from their spiritual slumber to question the intellectual and spiritual inconsistency of political correctness both inside and outside the church.
Joe talks about the heart of his book "The Politically Incorrect Jesus" here on KeepTheFaith: