The Child Exploitation and Online Protection Centre in the UK has been up to some great work. Here’s one of several videos about online predators they’ve recently released. It’s about 3 minutes long. There are similar agencies in other countries. For example, in the US the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children has a place to report predators. For more information about online sexual predators, see my post, “The Myths and Realities of Online Predators.”
We met with Mark Hall of Casting Crowns and asked him if he thought Internet temptations were a serious problem among youth today. Here’s the video of Mark’s response (about 2 minutes long): Thanks for your time, Mark. If anyone is interested in using Casting Crowns promotion code for a FREE MONTH of Covenant Eyes accountability software, visit our website. – – – – “Covenant Eyes is the first wave of defense in a person’s struggle for a pure thought life. I’ve been a member for years.” – Mark Hall of Casting Crowns –
Many thanks to Lasting Divergence for taking some time to interview me about Internet dangers. They’ve posted my replies to their questions on their blog:
This podcast is from Teens Against Porn. If you are a teenager struggling with the temptation to view pornography, please listen to this short message from Teens Against Pornography. You will be challeged to fight back against tempation and find real accountability in your life. As you seek out accountability for your Internet use, please learn more about the Covenant Eyes accountability program as a tool to help you along the way.
Tomorrow is the National Day of Prayer in the US. This yearly event has been going on since 1952 when, after a joint resolution by Congress, signed by President Truman, the U.S. government declared an annual, national day of prayer. In 1988, the law was amended and signed by President Reagan, permanently setting the day as the first Thursday of every May. The coordinators of the National Day of Prayer 2008 are asking U.S. citizens to commit to praying for their country in seven specific areas this year: government, military, media, business, education, church and family. Seven points of prayer … Continue reading →