Facebook, Skype, Spotify . . . millions of teens can instantly connect with one another online. Why are they feeling lonely? Addressing issues such as texting; the illusion of connection; relational, biological, and spiritual depression; addictions; and more, Braner shows teens why depending on God is the only relationship that will truly satisfy their deepest desires.
Despite hundreds of Instagram friends and thousands of text messages, why do students feel so alone? Its a sad irony that todays students have never been more connectedand have never felt more isolated. Andy Braner believes the answer lies in showing students how to build real and lasting community thats centered on Gods love and grace. An important and essential read for parents and modern youth workers, Alone helps you learn how leading healthy students begins with a solid understanding of gospel community and mission.