If you are concerned about pornography being accessed on your iPhone®, iPod touch®, or iPad®, you can use Covenant Eyes to help you. The Covenant Eyes browser is designed to replace Safari on your device. This browser can monitor and block access to mature content. You can get a regular report e-mailed to you with information about all the websites accessed, each one rated for the maturity of its content. You can block websites based on the maturity of the content on each webpage. Covenant Eyes does not replace the built-in restrictions on your device. It works hand-in-hand with them. … Continue reading →
Pornography, some argue, is like a gun. Guns are morally neutral: what matters is how you use it. You can use a gun to defend and protect something good, or you can use it to mercilessly kill. Matt Fradd talks about this common myth… Read Matt’s full interview with former Playboy producer Donny Pauling in his book, The Hardcore Truth.
The following is chapter 1 of the book, Hope After Porn: 4 Women’s Tales of Heartbreak and How Their Marriages Were Saved. Download the whole e-book for free right now. It couldn’t have happened at a worse time. After the trauma of preterm labor, a month of bed-rest, and a three-day long delivery, I was a new mom who had to constantly hold, nurse, or pump milk for our premature daughter. The around-the-clock care didn’t ease up after the first couple of weeks like they said it would. I was so exhausted that I felt delirious. You might know the feeling. … Continue reading →
Hugh Hefner didn’t invent sexual sin. It is a problem that has been around since our ancestors walked east of Eden, and it will be around until the new Jerusalem descends upon us. The good news is that the Bible promises that we can experience foretastes of that coming freedom in the here and now. But how? The Apostle Paul commands the Christians at Colossae, “Put to death therefore what is earthly in you: sexual immorality, impurity, passion, evil desire, and covetousness, which is idolatry” (Colossians 3:5). But how do we do this? If we rip this verse away from the … Continue reading →
When it comes to Internet safety, the early and middle childhood years can seem cut-and-dry for parents: set rules, monitor, block, filter. Easy. But as kids become teenagers, parenting can feel like uncharted waters—especially online. Two important facts, when mixed, often cause great confusion… The Internet is full of dangers and temptations, and the unwise or unprepared teen can’t be expected to navigate those dangers well. Teens are growing into full adults, and one of the best ways to prepare them for adulthood is to help them become their own watchdogs, depending less and less on mom and dad to … Continue reading →