Today is the day! We’re celebrating because Parenting the Internet Generation: A Blueprint for Teaching Digital Discernment is ready to download! With your help, we’ve been hard at work making sure this new e-book is absolutely perfect for you. Parenting the Internet Generation is finally ready. Click here to download your free e-book! But, you’ll want to download your copy soon! For anyone who downloads Parenting the Internet Generation before midnight on May 8, you will be invited to a free, live question and answer session with author Luke Gilkerson and contributor/editor Chris McKenna held in Mid-May!
Our children are growing up in a porn-filled world. Apps, commercials, movies and even kids’ shows point towards a world that values sexualization. Without the deliberate intervention of observant, engaged and informed parents, our kids run the risk of becoming another statistic. Some of the pressing questions we’ve received from parents include: Can you tell me the right age to have conversations about sex and sexuality? Are there any examples of what to say and not to say so I don’t scar my kid for life? Where do I go to find the latest information on parental controls, apps, games … Continue reading →
April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month. In light of that, Covenant Eyes wants to break this topic open and shed light on a few things–especially on how sexual abuse and pornography can interact with one another. Sexual abuse is a difficult topic–especially for those who have been abused or know someone who has. It changes the lives of our children forever. It changes the family, relationships… it changes everything. In this digital age, part of the difficulty is identifying the abusers. Predators are sneaky and manipulative. It really can be anyone, ranging from a relative to the man or woman on the other … Continue reading →
“Thirty-two teams, seven rounds, 224 young men who, today, are about to become players in the National Football League. A day where lives are changed, fates are decided, dynasties are born, and the clock is always ticking. Of course, I’m talking about… Draft Day.” –Chris Berman, Draft Day On April 28, many of us will be glued in front of our big screen TV, eagerly awaiting Roger Goodell’s announcement for the first pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. Like it or not, the NFL commands the attention of millions of people in this country and around the globe. I am certainly curious … Continue reading →
I pride myself on having a strong work ethic and for being a self-starter. I’ve always enjoyed accomplishing a list of to-do’s, even adding things that I’ve already accomplished to a list just so I can cross them off. I recently re-took Tom Rath’s Strengths Finder survey, which had “achiever” at the top of my strengths list. Valedictorian of my high school class. Varsity athlete. Suma Cum Laude and Presidential Scholar in college. Learned a foreign language. Accomplished CPA and business advisor for Fortune 500 companies. Loving husband. Father of four amazing children. But, I was powerless against porn. For … Continue reading →