We live in the most connected time in world history yet societally we are as isolated as we have ever been. We are connected through Facebook, Twitter, Snap Chat, Pinterest, Instagram, GroupMe, texting and whatever else some bored Ivy League student creates next week. 222 million adults in the U.S. have the ability to connect with the world with the touch of a button in their hand. Smart phones make it possible to communicate without being present with someone, and texting makes it possible without even hearing a person’s voice. Technology has made communication so easy that we are addicted to convenience and we struggle to truly build relationships with one

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DustinWillis

Dustin currently serves with the Send Network and the North American Mission Board and speaks across North America. Dustin earned his bachelor’s degree in marketing from Clemson University and his master’s degree from Liberty Theological Seminary. Dustin Willis co-authored the book ‘Life On Mission’ with Aaron Coe and has now followed up with his second book, ‘Life In Community’. Dustin’s desire is to see everyday people join together in the history-sweeping mission of God. Dustin lives in metro Atlanta, with his wife, Renie, and their two children, Jack and Piper.