One of the books I got a lot of benefit from reading over my summer sabbatical was Andy Crouch’s The Tech-Wise Family: Everyday Steps for Putting Technology in Its Proper Place. It’s short, clear, beautifully written, and very practical. I have thought a lot about Crouch’s aim that his family would be a place of fostering wisdom and courage. I’ve appreciated his understanding of technology as ‘easy everywhere,’ and how he distinguishes technology from tools. His discussion on disciplines and nudges is going to feature in our upcoming sermon series at PCF (‘First Things First’).
In short, I highly recommend this book. It has helped me and I think it will help you too.