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In Alone—Finding Connection in a Lonely World, Teen expert, Andy Braner drops in on “The REALLY, Real Deal with Brother Craig the Hatchet Man” with the irony of today’s teens: History’s most technologically connected generation is also its loneliest. In Braner’s new book, Alone, he outlines the technological, emotional, spiritual and relational challenges today’s teenagers face, and offers real hope for how to create community through meaningful connections based not on a picture perfect Facebook profile but on who every person really is—uniquely created and eternally valued by God. Andy Braner is an ordained minister and the former president of Kanakuk Colorado Kamp in Bayfield, Colorado. His mission is to create a place where teenagers can explore their faith and understand the Christian worldview and to provide opportunities for teenagers to engage in God’s work around the world. Visit Andy at http://www.andybraner.typepad.com/, and get connected to this conversation and share with a friend.
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