Gen Z Adults Prefer Texting

Gen Z Adults Prefer Texting

NEW YORK — If the emoji movie wasn’t symbolic enough of today’s youth, perhaps this will rattle your foundation: A new survey finds that 7 in 10 millennials and the younger Gen Z prefer to communicate digitally — mostly by text message — than in person.

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If the Christian church would but obey 1, repeat one scripture the Holy Spirit would greet that congregation with new life.

But alas, not only does the Christian church rebel against such loving fellowship and the holy part required for such obedience, but mass anger would greet any preacher of righteousness who dares suggest that all cell phones be turned off during church services.

And by the way, I would never suggest such an idea – I, by the power of God, would demand it because those who sit in the pews are worshiping a holy God.

So now you know why the Enumclaw Hate Crime ran me out of town. 1

       Greet one another with a holy kiss. (2 Corinthians 13:12)

Lesson:

So much for:

By this all men will know that you are my disciples, if you love one another.” (John 13:35)

Warning:

If you dare attempt to obey this Scripture, which is repeated several times in the New Testament be prepared for governing authorities, especially King County Courts in Washington State to be all of over it.

In fact, everyone who wants to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted, (2 Timothy 3:12)

Bonus:

All the brothers here send you greetings. Greet one another with a holy kiss. (1 Corinthians 16:20)

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Article Reference

(studyfinds.org)—Globally, 65 percent of those surveyed indicated they talk to peers more frequently via texting or a mobile, but that number is even higher in English-speaking nations. In both the United States and in the United Kingdom, about 74 percent of millennials and Gen Z communicate digitally more frequently with others.

As for the tool of choice for digital correspondence, about 73 percent of Americans and 74 percent of those in the UK prefer text messages. That number dipped to about 69 percent globally.

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Seventy percent of the participants said that they slept within arm’s length of their phone, and a hair more than half said they’d check their phone for any notifications should they wake up in the middle of the night.

When it comes to bathroom breaks, nearly 66 percent brought their device with them to the toilet, which highlights the ubiquity of connectivity.

Large minorities believed it was fine to use their phone in contexts that would likely be considered improper by elders, such as at the dining table (42 percent) or in the middle of a conversation (28 percent)

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If the emoji movie wasn’t symbolic enough of today’s youth, perhaps this will rattle your foundation: A new survey finds that 7 in 10 millennials and the younger Gen Z prefer to communicate digitally — mostly by text message — than in person