The Christian and Social Media Order Despite the obvious “age old” problem, as more and more Christians become engaged in digital formats, the risk of internet pitfalls is increasing. In fact, today, internet addiction has become especially problematic. Again, the internet in and of itself is not the problem but, the problem is found in how one chooses to use the internet and all that comes with it. A Christian knows they are not supposed to become so involved in this world that they lose track of God and the world (age) to come. Unfortunately, many are finding themselves more invested in their “virtual” lives than their real lives; hence becoming irritable, depressed, restless and anxious. Saddest of all, those closest to us (God, spouse, family, church,) all become neglected. SO, Crosstalk does share warning & challenge today but also, steps that can be taken to safeguard all that we as Christians hold dear both “on & off” social media.