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How to Capture the Moment and Still Be In the Moment

Air Date 10/19/2016

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In episode two, Jake and Eva discuss the difficulty of being fully present in life when faced with the temptation to capture every single moment with our devices, interview author Arlene Pellicane about how to entertain our kids without screens, and ask licensed counselor Danny Huerta about what age kids should (or should not) have a smartphone.

Guest

Jake Roberson

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Jake Roberson (@jake_roberson) likes Salsa Verde Doritos. He also loves his wife and four children ... just as long as they don’t eat his Doritos. He has several books to his name and he has been assured that his library card will be reinstated just as soon as he returns the books and pays the fine. In moments when he can be taken seriously, Jake will tell you that he loves Jesus, adores his wife and kids - even if they eat his Doritos - and really enjoys writing about most any topic that interests him. He loves being a part of a community, especially when said community involves other dads and food. Blogging is one of his passions and he kinda/sorta/really likes micro-blogging. (Which is just a fancy way of saying that he digs Twitter.) Additionally, he is always willing to talk about any one of the following subjects: God, football (American-style), pop culture, classic gothic fiction, video games (*Gasp!*), and creative burger ideas. Oh, and he is Focus on the Family's social media strategist.

Guest

Eva Daniel

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Eva Daniel and her husband, Jacob, have two awesome boys, and a rambunctious puppy. One of Eva's biggest passions is finding, developing great stories as a Senior Producer for the Focus on the Family radio broadcast.

Guest

Danny Huerta, MSW, LCSW, LSSW

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As vice president of the Parenting and Youth department Danny oversees Focus’ initiatives that equip parents to disciple and mentor the next generation, so that they can thrive in Christ. He is a bilingual, licensed clinical social worker. For many years, he has provided families with practical parenting advice. He specializes as a counselor and spokesperson in the treatment of ADHD, conflict resolution, self-esteem, anxiety, depression, trauma, communication, media discernment, the brain and healthy sexuality.