“I have made a covenant with my eyes.” – Job 31:1
About Covenant Eyes
More than a decade ago, Covenant Eyes founder Ron DeHaas faced the same questions many people face today.
- “How can I teach my children to use the Internet with integrity?”
- “How do I guard my own heart and remain pure online?”
- “How do I serve as an example to my family and church?”
Realizing the threat the Internet poses without proper monitoring, he formed Covenant Eyes to equip people to protect themselves and their families from online dangers.
Located in Owosso, Michigan, Covenant Eyes is the pioneer of Internet Accountability software, empowering members to maintain their online integrity. Aware of an ever-growing need to better equip parents, Covenant Eyes has developed a family Internet filter that restricts usage based on parental controls.
Covenant Eyes continues to grow and serves members in more than 150 countries.
Awards and Recognitions
In 2013, Covenant Eyes was recognized by Inc. magazine in their “Inc. 5000” list of America’s fastest growing companies.
In 2012, Covenant Eyes received the Investor Award, sponsored by the Shiawassee Economic Development Partnership. The company also received a Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition by Representative Dave Camp, Michigan’s Fourth District, and were recognized by Inc. magazine in their “Inc. 5000” list of America’s fastest-growing companies.
In 2011, Covenant Eyes President Ron DeHaas received the Jerry and Patty Kirk award, sponsored by PureHope. That year, the company was also named a 2010 Shiawassee Economic Development Partnership of the year.
In 2010 Covenant Eyes was recognized by Inc. magazine in their “Inc. 5000” list of America’s fastest growing companies. The company also received the “Michigan 50 Companies to Watch” award, presented by Michigan Celebrates Small Business.
In 2009 Covenant Eyes was recognized by the local Chamber of Commerce as the Best Small Business in Shiawassee County, Michigan.
In February 2008 Covenant Eyes was named among “Best Christian Places to Work” for 2007 (by the Best Christian Workplaces Institute).