Covenant Eyes pursues projects and initiatives that encourage people to rebuild and restore their hearts and minds. Our mission is to change lives to help people live in freedom.
Covenant Eyes awards an annual scholarship to full-time college students. Covenant Eyes members who will attend college as a full-time student for the 2012-2013 school year may be eligible to apply.
For information on eligibility and the scholarship application, visit CovenantEyes.com/scholarships. Please apply by July 1, 2012.
Net Safety Resources is a collaborative effort between Covenant Eyes and Dan Lohrmann, Chief Technology Officer for the State of Michigan. It focuses on teaching families and individuals how to use the Internet with integrity.
Nehemiah Ministries is dedicated to the development of supportive ministry to families involved in Christian leadership. They provide free workshops, counseling, and a retreat center in Owosso, MI, for those involved in Christian ministry and their families.
The more we’ve spoken to Christian musicians from all over the world, the more we’ve started seeing a specific undercurrent theme in music. More and more musicians are starting to tell their own stories relating to sexual impurity, sexual brokenness, and the desire to take stand for purity in our culture. This site is a place for musicians to make that stand.
Watch the music video to Taylor Jordan Campbell’s song “Struggle,” which won the 2009 Covenant Musicians Song Search.