The reason I chose to unplug . . .
3. Relationship with Ministry – In Jesus’ ministry He often had times that He would get away from the crowds to spend time alone with His Father. Jesus ministered to everyone He needed to; even with these times He spent away from His disciples and the crowd. I believe this fueled the times He served the people.
So who am I to think that I need to always be on email/facebook/twitter/blogging for the people I am serving? I am not their Savior, Jesus is, therefore unplugging reminds them (and me) that He is all we need.