The world is grappling with the Covid-19 pandemic. This precarious situation forced adjustments in every aspect of human life, not least in the field of education. We were facing a twin pandemic, which is damaging to physical health as well as mental health. This study aimed to analyze the influence of fatherlessness on nomophobia among Christian students in Indonesia. This is a quantitative research with survey methods. All participants (200 students) completed a battery of questioannaires assessing predictor and outcome variables related to nomophobia The result of the analysis revealed that fatherlesness condition had a strong correlation with nomophobia, a new form of autism that will be the next pandemic. This can be eliminated by restoring parental function in the family.