This has been an exciting year for us at Covenant Eyes, and a very rewarding year on Breaking Free. The blog has enjoyed hundreds of thousands of hits from almost 200 countries around the world. Looking back, I want to bookmark some landmark moments for us on the blog. Thanks to everyone who contributed.
At Covenant Eyes we are constantly looking for people who are passionate about integrity to join our team. To that end, we have decided to create a small section on the blog specifically for providing information about what kinds of positions we want to fill. Right now we are looking for someone to help our development team as an Associate User Experience Practitioner. User Experience Practitioners assist the product development team by researching, designing, and performing business analysis activities. They are critical for guiding the direction of our products and services as well as making them simple and effective for … Continue reading →
The following is a guest post from Cynthia Mann, counselor on staff at The Summit Church in Durham, NC. Accountability partners . . . we either love ’em or wonder where they went. What makes for a good accountability relationship? Basically, it’s our ability to be focused and motivated in helping one another get to the bottom of sinful habits. And this is directly related to how deliberate we are in becoming true community to one another. Sure, quick accountability can be set up with a total stranger (and often is at any number of 12-step groups or recovery programs), … Continue reading →
The Covenant Eyes app for iPhone and iPod Touch has finally arrived! This has been one of our most requested products, so we are excited to add this app to our growing list of services. The app is an Internet browser. You can use it like you would Safari. It works somewhat like our other accountability services for the PC, the Mac, and Windows Mobile devices. It isn’t a filtered browser. It simply monitors everywhere you go online, rating each Web address for mature content. It then sends a detailed report to the “Accountability Partner(s)” you choose, such as a … Continue reading →