Accountability changes the way your organization uses the Web.
Learn how these groups found freedom and protection.
Jennifer Holloran is the Director of Human Resources at Wycliffe USA. As the Internet plays a more vital role in the work Wycliffe does, the dangers and distractions of the Internet become a greater concern. To date, more than 170 of their staff members use Covenant Eyes. Jennifer tells how the Accountability Service helps their staff use the Internet wisely.
Keith Condie is the Dean of Students at Moore Theological College in Sydney, Australia. The administration of Moore knows the Internet is full of temptations that can threaten their faculty and students. Keith tells why more than half of students and faculty at Moore use Covenant Eyes Accountability, and how it has created an environment of openness and honesty in their community.
Glen Laird is the Director of Advancement at Madison Academy, a private Christian school in Alabama. Faculty at the school felt it was important to not rely on Internet filtering alone to train their students to use the Web responsibly. Glen describes how our Accountability Service helps students develop personal responsibility and helps teachers guide their students online habits.
57% of pastors say pornography is the most sexually damaging issue in their church.
It’s easy and cheap to access porn on the Internet, making it one of the most common temptations men face today.
- A survey of college students by Michael Leahy found that 64% of guys spend some time every week watching porn.
- A ChristiaNet poll found that 54% of pastors said they had viewed Internet pornography within the last year.
- Today’s Christian Woman found that 34% of their female readers admitted to intentionally accessing porn.
Meanwhile, in corporations, Internet misuse costs U.S. companies $178 billion annually. Use of pornography while on the clock—or even just accessing social networks and online shopping—can result in:
- Lost time and revenue
- Reduced productivity
- Increased risk for litigation and HR issues as a result of employees viewing objectionable content online
What are you doing to protect your members online?
Whether you’re a business, a church, or a small group leader, and whether your group has three members or 300, we can help you protect your people. Our Accountability Reports help reduce the temptation of Internet misuse, and the Filter will block bad websites from being seen. If you want to know how to spread the word about Covenant Eyes in your organization, we can help you figure out the perfect e-book or webinar to share with your members.
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