Who Are You Following – Book Review

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Who Are You Following by Sadie Robertson Huff – Book Review

Who do you think currently has the greatest impact on your life? Take a moment and jot down whoever comes to mind. Besides their name, also jot down the number of hours you spend with that person each day.

Now, think about how much time you spend each day on social media. Jot down that number as well.

Based on those numbers, who do you think actually influences you the most?

In her new books Who Are You Following? Pursuing Jesus In A Social Media Obsessed World and the companion Who Are You Following: Guided Journal, Sadie Robertson Huff provides the latest statistics on how much time we spend on social media and how much social media influences our lives.

Sadie’s books are written with young Christians in mind, but I found books both incredibly insightful and relevant to a broader audience.

In both volumes, Sadie asks questions we all need to be asking ourselves, such as:

  • Who Is Influencing You?
  • What Are You Seeking?
  • Who Are You Comparing Yourself To?
  • What Are You Sharing And Why?
  • Are You Following Your Truth Or The Truth?

Ultimately, Sadie directs us to Jesus as the one that we must follow. He’s the one who deserves to be the Top Influencer in our lives.

I rate these books 5 out of 5 stars.


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Disclosure: I received a copy of this book from the publisher in through FrontGate Media. The opinions expressed in this review are entirely my own.

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6 Responses to “Who Are You Following – Book Review”

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  1. Brian Frum says:

    Sounds like a pretty good one!

  2. Laurie says:

    I haven’t read the book, but the question is a good one. For parents as well as kids.

    Thanks for sharing this at the Sunday Sunshine Blog Hop #8


  3. This sounds like a much-needed book. Even as a much older person, it’s easy to waste too much time and energy on social media.

    • Create With Joy
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      I could not agree more Donna! This book was surprisingly good! It makes us assess our priorities and reasons for using social media – something we all need to do!

  4. Paula Short says:

    I’m in the fall season of life and this sounds like a fabulous resource for any age. Adding this to my Amazon wish list.
    Thank you again for linking up with Sweet Tea & Friends this month.

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