Young people may be plugged-in with others technologically, but on an interpersonal
level they are lonelier than ever. Between texting and tweeting, they are losing the
skills needed to engage in real, face-to-face relationships.
Using the results from countless interviews from students around the nation, author
Andy Braner helps students identify the problems that come with feeling alone
in today’s high-speed world and the core fears that keep them isolated. Through
encouragement and advice, Alone shows young people how to reach out and connect
personally with God and others.
• Shows students how to have a true relationship with God
• Includes interviews and stories from college and high school students
• Addresses the problem among the millennial generation