About the author, Chris McKenna

Chris is the Covenant Eyes Educational Resource Manager. Chris has a BA in Accountancy and Spanish from Western Michigan University. After 12 years in business advising with Ernst & Young, God led Chris to a full-time student ministry role. He started protectyoungeyes.com in 2015  as a ministry to equip and educate parents and teens on the latest gadgets, apps, and how to use the Internet well, which led him to Covenant Eyes. God works in unexpected ways!

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Parenting in Today's Digital World is Hard

Parenting the Internet Generation Ebook Cover

Receive our comprehensive book about raising kids in the digital age,, including age-specific conversation sheets about sex and technology for pre-school through high school.

7 thoughts on “A Tale of Two Sons

  1. What tools can you give to parents to help us educate our kids on these matters. I would not have been able to say the same things that “Ben” said to the other teen boys – because I just don’t know. Would love some information on starting dialogue and some some facts and ways to equip our boys to stay strong. Thank for what you do! God bless.

    • Hello Anita – our most recent e-book, “Parenting the Internet Generation,” includes conversation sheets for each phase of a child’s life, and parents can use these to help start the discussion. The rest of the e-book should give you some direction on to to equip your boys to stay strong. Please follow this link to download your copy: http://www.covenanteyes.com/parenting-the-internet-generation/

      – Chris, Covenant Eyes

  2. Dealing with any sin or addiction can be embarrassing enough… (I should know) but having our children caught up in it is even worse for me. We need to be willing to talk about these things with our children and help them feel comfortable talking about them with us – regardless of our personal comfort.

    Covenant Eyes is awesome because it provides an immediate layer of protection for me and my family when on the internet. It’s a lot harder to stumble when you have a silent and invisible guardian that just shows up to protect you.

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