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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4 thoughts on ““Mom, I just couldn’t stop clicking”

  1. Great read. I am a counselor that specializes in sexual issues. I wish more people would take the time to protect their children. Too many times I hear people thinking their children wouldn’t have problems. The days of ignorance around this issue are long gone, if we want to help this generation. Thanks so much for your work in this area. Blessings.

  2. Thank you CovenantEyes team for rising to the occasion to protect our children, enlighten parents and give direction. Its a herculean task in this generation, I must confess, being a Sex Educator myself,working with parents and youngsters in West Africa. The level of parental ignorance is amazing!
    However, we will keep teaching, instructing and offering guidance. Thank you for being a voice in this generation,I enjoy reading your works.
    Grace to you.

  3. Thank you for this blog article. I am wondering if you know of a place where mothers can get support as moms of children addicted to porn. I have been searching for two years for an online support system specifically for moms – a place where they can talk about their feelings in relation to having a son or daughter addicted to pornography. I am praying about starting an online community to offer this support, as I have been unable to find one. As my son is still under age & has only confessed his addiction to his parents & a few others, I would like an anonymous place. Thanks for your help.

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