The Internet has introduced unprecedented challenges, and the potential threats can change daily. Covenant Eyes is committed to helping you protect yourself and your loved ones from Internet dangers and temptations.
To keep you educated on these dangers, we are pleased to offer these resources. All of them are completely free.
When a parent discovers her child or teenager has been looking at pornography, it can be alarming, hurtful, even frightening. In the confusion of the moment, it is important for parents to understand that these are not uncharted waters. Millions of parents have faced this situation. Millions more will face this situation in the future. The critical question is: Will they face it well?
Download When Your Child is Looking at Porn for a full step-by-step guide for Christian parents.
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Cyberbullying is the “willful and repeated harm inflicted through the use of computers, cell phones, and other electronic devices.” It can have serious repercussions, resulting in depression, a drop in grades, self-harming behaviors, and in some cases, suicide.
Whether you’re concerned your child is being bullied online, or whether you simply want to equip yourself for the future, this free guide will help you understand what cyberbullying is and what you can do about it.
Do you know what your kids may be doing online? When new technologies come out, do you take an alarmist or laissez-faire approach? This e-book will help you navigate the dangers found in online interactions and help you teach your kids safety and integrity online.
Protecting kids online can be a challenge. With so many access points to the Internet, like computers, tablets, and even their iPod touch®, it’s hard to know what to look for or where to even begin. This free guide will help parents lock down devices and have productive conversations about Internet use.
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Pornography Use and Recovery
Our culture is highly sexualized, and in many cases pornography use is actually glorified. But research shows that pornography use actually changes the way you think. Download this e-book to learn the five proven ways pornography warps your brain, and three ways to renew your mind.
Discover why people become obsessed with pornography. Science shows us that acting out with pornography taps into our powerful neurochemistry, and this can quickly lead a person to use porn habitually. The good news is that the brain has a lifelong ability to wire and rewire itself.
Learn all about it in The Porn Circuit: Understand Your Brain and Break Porn Habits in 90 Days.
Christian accountability is about creating a culture of grace, not guilt. This e-book explores reasons why accountability often fails and gives the building blocks for a good accountability relationship.
Finding up-to-date information about pornography use can be a daunting task for a researcher. We have carefully researched 250+ facts, statistics, and quotes about porn use, porn and psychology, and the porn industry. Each fact is referenced with its original source. In many cases, we also provide the URL to find the source online. In this way, this compilation of stats, quotes, and figures acts as a starting place for your own research.
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Support for Wives
A husband’s pornography use is often devastating to a marriage. In this e-book, four women share their stories of heartbreak because of their husbands’ betrayal, and how they found reconciliation and restoration in spite of it.
Discovering her husband uses porn may be one of the most emotionally devastating experiences of a wife’s life. She may wonder if she did something wrong, or why she didn’t notice the signs, or whether she will ever be able to trust him again. This free e-book answers some of the common questions about pornography use and offers practical strategies for healing the marriage.
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When someone involved in ministry secretly struggles with the sins of lust and pornography, where do they turn for help? What would happen if others knew about the struggle? In this free e-book you will read the stories of pastors and counselors who dealt personally with these difficult questions, and many who have broken free from Internet pornography addictions themselves.
Pornography is prevalent everywhere today. In fact, one in eight online searches is for pornography. Because pornography thrives in secrecy, many members of your congregation may be trapped in a cycle of sin and shame, thinking that they’re the only ones facing the temptation. In this e-book, you will find out how you can help your congregation find freedom from porn in the Gospel.