by Bernie Leslie I have always loved the music and ministry of Casting Crowns. I believe there is an anointing on them to reach hearts and souls for Jesus. I had the privilege of attending one of their concerts here in Michigan in 2005. What a blessing to be able to worship with several thousand people. I felt like I experienced a little of what Heaven will be like. I got to be the coordinator to recruit helpers for the Casting Crowns Fall Tour. I was able to offer the opportunity to attend the concert and actually meet Mark Hall. … Continue reading →
Covenant Eyes has pages on Xanga and MySpace. If you have personal pages on Xanga or MySpace, please request Covenant Eyes to be a friend. We want to make as many people as possible aware of the tools available to those caught in temptation or addiction on the internet.
This is a pretty cool story. There is a little-known feature of the Covenant Eyes program – the program can, in many cases, be used to track stolen computers. Here’s one of our member’s own words (we have enabled the recovery of quite a few stolen computers in the past). “My laptop got stolen on 7th January by the conductor after I left it on the train! I called the train company while the train was in transit but of course it didn’t show up when the train was searched at its final destination. “Thanks to CE and the people … Continue reading →
At the end of this month, Casting Crowns “The Altar and the Door” Spring Tour begins. Many thanks to Mark Hall and the rest of the band for making Covenant Eyes one of the featured ministries for this tour. If you are going to one of their concerts, look for the Covenant Eyes table!
We get a lot of suggestions here at Covenant Eyes. We try to answer every email we get with a personal reply, including suggestions. So for those who have submitted suggestions, I thought you might be interested to hear how they are handled. Suggestions from Covenant Eyes members have been one of our greatest tools in development of the program. Really, some of our best features started out as a suggestion from a member. One of the best examples of this is how, over the years, various tech-oriented people have found ways of circumventing the program. Fortunately, they let us … Continue reading →