All over the developed world, people seem to be developing fatigue when it comes to basic bodily living.
Jen Pollock Michel explores these trends and asks an important question: "As we continue to reduce the physical burden it takes to move through the world, and the efforts of our lives are often only as effortful as staring our smartphones in the face (why bother with a home button?), how will we galvanize the real will for love of God and neighbor?"
Read "Move Over, Sex and Drugs. Ease Is the New Vice." at Christianity Today. Also, be sure to check out Jen Pollock Michel's award-winning book Teach Us to Want: Longing, Ambition and the Life of Faith.