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  • Matt Fradd unveils the devastating impact of pornography

    Hope for a porn free life is message of former Catholic Answers speaker Atlanta (Oct. 30, 2013) – As a keynote speaker for Catholic Answers, Matt Fradd often spoke of how pornography is hurting families and the church. Now, that passion is his full-time effort as a speaker for Covenant Eyes Internet Accountability and Filtering. “Our mission is to help people understand the dangers of pornography and teach church leaders and families how to fight against this cultural onslaught,” said Ron DeHaas, president of Covenant Eyes. “Matt has been a champion in this battle. As a former porn addict, he … Continue reading →

  • Parents need help protecting kids on iPod®, iPhone®, iPad® devices

    June 19, 2013: Not long ago parents placed computers in living rooms and common spaces so they could keep an eye on what their kids did online. Today, smartphones, iPods, and tablets ensure the Internet travels with kids wherever they go. Just a few years ago, when parents worried most about Internet use on computers, 67% of kids said they cleared their history and cache to hide what they did online from their parents. Today, kids may simply flip a switch on their mobile devices for private browsing. If you haven’t guessed already, studies show the No. 1 use of … Continue reading →

  • Covenant Eyes Purchases Saavi Accountability

    Owosso, MI (June 18, 2013) In joining a national campaign to help one million men be porn free, Covenant Eyes Internet Accountability has expanded its reach by acquiring Saavi Accountability of Gardner, KS. “Saavi has helped many men and many families escape the grip of pornography,” said Ron DeHaas, CEO of Covenant Eyes. “Saavi has been an innovator in developing Internet monitoring and parental controls, and we are delighted that Saavi is joining Covenant Eyes in the fight against Internet temptation.” The acquisition is timely as Covenant Eyes recently partnered with Join One Million Men, an initiative launched nationally this … Continue reading →

  • Covenant Eyes Awards 15K in Scholarships

    Owosso, MI (Oct. 18, 2012) In the third year of its annual scholarship program, Covenant Eyes provided 32 scholarships to college students. Local students receiving scholarships include Emily Meihls of Owosso, who is attending the University of Michigan-Flint; Jackie Heslip of Ovid, who is attending Baker College; and Patrick Heslip of Perry, who is attending Alma College. “Each year, we have been able to provide more money to help students afford the cost of higher learning,” said Ron DeHaas, President of Covenant Eyes Internet Accountability and Filtering, based in Owosso. “Our continued growth allows us to not only hire more … Continue reading →

  • Covenant Eyes Named to Inc. 5000

    Accountability and Filtering Software Company makes Inc. 5000 Honor Roll of Fastest Growing Companies Owosso, MI (Sept. 13, 2012) Record breaking growth doesn’t come by accident, says Ron DeHaas, president of Covenant Eyes in Owosso. It has everything to do with helping people. Covenant Eyes Internet Accountability and Filtering has been named to position 2,871 in the 2012 Inc. 5000 Honor Roll of the fastest growing companies in America. The company surpassed its sales records every month during 2012, and has hired 20 new employees so far this year. Currently, the company is seeking software engineers, marketing staff, and customer … Continue reading →