I just finished reading an email from Pastor Jim R. Glynn, the president of Heart of God Ministries.* As a long time user of Covenant Eyes accountability software, he wanted to express his thanks for how it has helped him:
On their 80-concert tour Casting Crowns has been helping us spread the word about the dangers of Internet pornography. We’ve had a booth set up at every concert to talk to people about our accountability software. I was reading a blog yesterday and found the following testimony from the Swenson family: We have been using Christian Internet accountability software called “Covenant Eyes.” They called us out of blue and offered us the opportunity to serve them at the Casting Crowns concert. CE has been invited by Casting Crowns to present their ministry during intermission of their concert. They were looking … Continue reading →
The Covenant Eyes office will be closed this coming Monday in observance of Memorial Day. As such our customer support team will be off-line. You will still be able to sign into your online account, reports will still go out as usual, and the filter and accountability software will still work as expected. We all should take a step back that day and remember those who have given their lives in the armed forces. Each of those brave men and women paid the ultimate sacrifice to defend our nation.
We have another software update today! Our programmers have released 4.2.8c, which shores up our filtering of the Internet Relay Chat (IRC) protocol. For those of you with our Internet Filtering service, you (or your filter guardian) simply must visit the protocol blocking page in your online account and set “Blocking IRC” to “Blocked.” This will block all IRC chat applications. IRC is a protocol that allows instant messaging via chat rooms on the internet. Most IRC clients allow the downloading of files from a remote server. You can get the updated version via our Download Center, or you can simply … Continue reading →