The information age we live in today is all about having the right networking and connectivity. Ironically, it is also the age where we least connect on an authentic and personal level. The lack of connectedness is a real pandemic even amongst friends and family members; stemming from acceptance to authority issues. How and who we connect with determines the direction and quality of our lives. For the Church to truly be the impact that she is meant to be, we must embrace this whole aspect of connecting one with another in vulnerable, healthy and genuine relationships.