Adam McLane

Tuning In: Six Ways to Reclaim Your Life from Technology

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When did I begin this relationship with my smartphone? What impact does my online behavior have on the people around me? Now that I can work 24 hours a day, when does work start and when does it end? How do I think about my life online as a Christian? 

Over the past decade, each of us has developed an oddly intimate relationship with technology. While we never think about it we are typically with our devices more than we are with our loved ones.

Tuning In explores this unique relationship through the lens of the Christian journey. Whereas the primary narrative of our faith defaults to the belief that living our lives online is ultimately negative, author Adam McLane takes readers on a journey of reorienting their lives with technology as an act of the incarnation, helping navigate the often difficult waters of when to tune out and when to tune in.

Table of Contents


  1. The Most Popular Blog in the World… For a Day
  2. Social Media Engagement as a Spiritual Discipline
  3. Remember the Sabbath, Keep It Holy
  4. The Most Powerful Person Online
  5. I Married Kristen, Not an iPhone
  6. Thriving Is Success


About Adam McLane

Adam McLane is a partner at The Youth Cartel and co-author of A Parent’s Guide to Understanding Social Media. He and his family live in the Rolando neighborhood of San Diego, California.

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Weight .4 lbs
Dimensions 7 × 5 × .2 in

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2 reviews for Tuning In: Six Ways to Reclaim Your Life from Technology

  1. Ray Hausler (verified owner)

    I avoided this book because I was already feeling guilty about the amount of time I spent staring at my phone and other technologies. But, that’s not what Adam is doing in Tuning In. Instead, Tuning In provides understanding for how social technologies work so that we can put our connections to work for us rather than becoming a slave to them.

    I found the ideas helpful and practical without having to “give up” the technology I enjoy.

  2. Jesse Blasdel (verified owner)

    I want to help families and students make wise choices about how to interact with technology. This book gives a helpful viewpoint and good advice about what that looks like. The book is written from a place of security in Christ as guiding principle rather than fear of the evils of technology. It is a quick read packed with good thoughts.

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