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"The lamp of the body is the eye. Therefore, when your eye is good, your whole body also is full of light. But when your eye is bad, your body also is full of darkness" (Luke 11:34).

What we let into our lives through our senses—sight, smell, taste, touch and hearing—continually shapes and reshapes us. Choosing godly entertainment is key to becoming godly people. How is your entertainment affecting you?

  • by United Church of God
Repeated exposure to violence-real and feigned-in news and entertainment hardens us to the real suffering of others.
  • by Amanda Stiver
Keep technology appropriate to its place. Don't let it grow out of proportion or obscure your vital lines of communication with God.
  • by Gary Petty
Magazines, TV and the Internet are obsessed with celebrities and celebrity culture. How does society's fascination with celebrity culture affect you and your children? How can you counter its negative influence?
  • by Amanda Stiver
As laptop computers and now iPads become more mobile and creep into the bedroom, light emitted from these screens may cause sleep disruption, say some sleep researchers.
  • by Amanda Stiver
The yearly Nielsen data on the American television audience for 2009 shows that 90 percent of Americans subscribe to paid television services either by cable, satellite or other wireless service.
  • by Amanda Stiver
A team of French scientists has found that the human brain can successfully cope with two separate tasks at the same time, but on adding a third, the brain ceases to be efficient and one task gets dropped.
  • by Amanda Stiver
Why is this genre of literature so appealing to women? Is it harmless fun?
  • by Frank Dunkle
Political smear campaigns, product marketing campaigns, and propaganda techniques all mask the truth. Fight them and learn the truth!
  • by Amanda Stiver
According to recent studies in the United States, researchers are concerned about the effects of fast-paced media.
  • by Becky Sweat
Our society is obsessed with entertainment. Kids and adults alike seem attached to their MP3 players, PDAs, remote controls and other electronic devices. Newscasters and college lecturers have replaced "newsy" messages with more entertaining approaches. Is that bad? What steps can we take to keep from becoming addicted to entertainment?
  • by United Church of God
It is important that we guard our minds from destructive influences around us.
  • by Lorelei Nettles
They are used again and again in our own lives. Our children especially use them, and we only hurt ourselves when we allow them to control us. What are they?
  • by Jeremy Lallier
The pressure to conform is relentless. Everything seems to be against those who want to live in obedience to God. How can we resist?