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Win a Free DVD: Talking to Your Kids About Pornography

Last Updated: February 20, 2014

Luke Gilkerson
Luke Gilkerson

Luke Gilkerson has a BA in Philosophy and Religious Studies and an MA in Religion. He is the author of Coming Clean: Overcoming Lust Through Biblical Accountability and The Talk: 7 Lessons to Introduce Your Child to Biblical Sexuality. Luke and his wife Trisha blog at IntoxicatedOnLife.com

Unfiltered Workshop DVDSurveys show that before kids turn 18, most of them will have seen pornography online (about 90% of boys and 60% of girls).

The question is not whether our children and teens will be exposed to a sexualized culture; the question is whether parents will prepare them for living in it.

That’s why we created the DVD workshop, UNFILTERED: Equipping Parents for an Ongoing Conversation about Internet Pornography. This half-hour presentation will equip you with the language and information to talk to kids and teens about pornography, seen through the lens of a Christian understanding of sexuality.

You can purchase the DVD and the kit right now for $19.99.

We are giving away three DVDs

Enter below for your chance to win one of them! You can enter several times to up your chances of winning. Just log in below using your e-mail address or Facebook account and follow the instructions.

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  • Comments on: Win a Free DVD: Talking to Your Kids About Pornography
    1. K on

      This would be great for my family.

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      • Richardson on

        This is good for all families.
        Most of the 80’s kids of the sex, drugs, and rock era have kids of their own. Every dad who has sex addictions will pass it on to his son. Now that kids get porn on their cell phones it is an epidemic that has infected every family in America. With the exception of the communities that do not believe in or do not use technology. It is like the spread of a deadly virus, only it is worse because it consumes both flesh and soul. We need all we can get in order to save our families.

      • Tyler on

        Ditto. It’s not a matter of if your kids will be faced with this, but unfortunately only when.

      • John Hopkins on

        Having just started a Men’s Group at my church this would be a great resource, not only for us but to share with other local groups.

      • Sister on

        I agree. The word really needs to get out. I think lots of people have no idea just how much of an epidemic this is.

    2. Lynne on

      This sounds like a very important resource for parents. Thank you.

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    3. Natalie on

      Thank you for this.

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    4. John Eubanks on

      Although my wife and I are both committed Christians, we know our children have been exposed to pornography either via smart phones, magazines, or online websites.
      I believe having this resource available to our children would be a great “wake up” call and prompt further open discussion with us. I would also like to share this with a group of men I meet with on a weekly basis; all of whom identify themselves as sex addicts. Without exception, their addiction began with pornography. As a group leader and a man who is recovering from the trauma of sex abuse and exposure to pornography, I would like to integrate this DVD as a topic of discussion.

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    5. Heather Parker on

      My son has decided that he wants to remain a virgin until he is married and my Husband and I are very proud of him. I think this resource would be a wonderful tool for us to use as a guide to help him achieve the dream in his heart to remain pure and save his self for his wife. My Husband and I have talked to him about pornography but feel very uncomfortable having these talks. So maybe this CD will give us some tips that make discussing this topic with our son/children much easier.

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    6. Karen on

      I have 3 younger boys and I would love to protect them from all the junk out there.

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    7. Joe on

      I believe this DVD will be a great addition to my covenant eyes subscription. Any ideas and tools hat go along with Covenant eyes will only help protect my children even more. The more resources he better and I am sure this DVD goes great along side The Covenant Eyes filter. Thanks

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    8. Doug on

      There is a book table at our church and I would love to be able to use this as a free resource for parents.

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    9. Connie Stesland on

      This sure would be wonderful to have, I had a teenager who went through this and I was in shock. I had a hard time in handling it, I could really use any info to be on guard with my second child.
      Thank you.

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    10. Kelly O'Brien on

      I speak to thousands of students and hundreds of parents about chastity each school year. We address pornography, sexting, premarital sex… you name it. I would love to learn from and recommend this DVD!

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    11. Alyson on

      I recently became a youth minister and I am also the senior class CCD teacher. Our pastor has mentioned that pornography is a growing concern. I think this DVD would be a great resource for our parish to help make aware the real problem of pornography and the issues it causes in to future not just for the person suffering with it but those around them as well. Many don’t realize the damage it causes for our relationships not just with significant others but with our family, friends, and most importantly Christ.

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    12. carmen kakakios on

      I am director of youth ministry and would love to share this with the youth at St John’s Roman Catholic Church in east Stroudsburg P.A.

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    13. Sara S on

      In a generation where pornography is so easily available via internet, these children need it more than ever to know the consequences of viewing this material. It will not be wiped out of their memory but rather will be etched in for years to come. The “authentic” love between two people will turn into “idealistic” and “artificial” love. I believe this DVD will offer an excellent guide to parents, mentors, and other youthful counselors on how to deal with this situation both before the problem arrives and after it is a known problem.

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    14. Frances on

      This is a must that should be shown in all schools to open the eyes of Children that don’t know any better.

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      • julie on

        I am a youth group leader as a teacher-in-training, I believe this would provide me with a ressource to both use and lend parents.

    15. Maria on

      So needed in today’s culture!

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    16. darin on

      This would be great information for our kids!

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    17. Jill R. Corpuz on

      I have 3 young’uns who are cyber literate and adventuresome. Convenant Eyes will definitely go a very long way in protecting them online.

      Thanks and more power!

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    18. Kathy Osborn on

      Have a 14 year son who has found porn on the internet grounded for a month caught him again said he is trying to stop but it is hard. Could use some help Thanks Kathy

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    19. Mariana on

      need this

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    20. ann on

      like!

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    21. JD Thorne on

      Would love this as a resource for the parents in my church.

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    22. Jennifer Bolen on

      Having 3 boys to raise in my house, I definitely worry about pornography. They are all Internet savvy & want the latest & greatest. This book will be a huge help!!

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    23. Sue on

      Hoping I win! I teach teens at church and I’m sure this would be very useful.

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    24. Rachel on

      Above all else guard your heart!

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    25. Millie on

      this would be a great resource for our family raising our sons ages 15 & 11.

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    26. Beth on

      I want to arm my kids with this protection.

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    27. Betsy on

      My husband & I don’t have kids yet, but we have lots of friends who do, and we also minister and counsel in our local church. This would be a great resource to have on hand!

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    28. Trish Ramos on

      This would be great to add to our family library!

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    29. Nicole M. on

      Don’t want my 3 boys falling into this which has nearly destroyed my marriage.

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    30. Adetunji Adedeji on

      We as Youth leaders need to know what the TRUTH is. When it is revealed, you won’t have an excuse to live a LIE(in darkness) anymore. Thank Jesus!

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    31. Dave Huizing on

      This looks like it would be an excellent resource to equip parents to address this sin issue that is running rampant among the youth.

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    32. Chris on

      Resources like this are always valuable in the effort of protecting and discipling our kids

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    33. Scott Seibert on

      This sounds like a valuable resource! As a Licensed Clinician Social Worker, I see the affects, first hand, of unfiltered TV and media. Our sexualized culture affects the brain, attitudes, behaviors, and families in so many negative ways!

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    34. Heather Erickson on

      As a campus pastor, my peers and I are always looking for great resources to recommend to each other, our families, and supporting churches. This would be a great tool to use in our homes as well as to educate those around us!

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    35. Chris on

      As someone who has struggled myself, I want to be able to effectively teach others how to fight the good fight.

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    36. Austin McCann on

      I am a student pastor and would love to have an event with my parents where we watch this DVD and talk about how to protect and prepare our students. Would love this resource!

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    37. Tyler Deke on

      It looks like a great resource for parents to help our children battle this ever-growing menace.

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    38. Bill Newton on

      Would love to win b/c we are launching a family ministry at our church. Part of the strategy to equip parents is a series of culture seminars we are doing. Looking at doing one on internet safety and another that specifically deals w/porn. Would love to have this to use and to resource parents with!!!

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    39. Chris H on

      I’m apart of a men’s purity group that would benefit from resources like this. Thanks for the excellent work that you do!

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    40. Adetunji Adedeji on

      Let our youths know the TRUTH. It will only set them Free from sin and bondage. Choosing to remain chaste and sanctified for the LORD(that is: a vessel meet for the Master’s use.

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    41. Alison on

      This important to know how to handle. This sounds like a useful resource.

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    42. Alex on

      I give talks to men’s group at local churches on this topic. This would be a fantastic resource to use! We parents need all the help we can get!!

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    43. Brett Nelson on

      I’m certain this DVD kit will be immediately useful in our family. I’m the father of four children with one son currently in high school. Frankly, I’m amazed and shocked at the many stories I hear about these issues, sometimes starting with grade school children. I’m determined, along with my wife, to be a well-informed and proactive parent, doing everything I can to appropriately protect my children from the dark side of the Internet.

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    44. Keaton on

      I think this is a great resource and all parents should be aware of this!

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    45. Chad Rolfs on

      We have 2 boys, ages 8 & 10. Never too early to start being proactive with this stuff!

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    46. Herb on

      what a great teaching tool

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    47. Kevin SMith on

      great product and highly recommended for anyone. Want to review the parents product for use in our ministry.

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    48. Michael McCarty on

      Would be a great resource for the youth in our church and their families.

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    49. Nathan on

      I think this would be a great resource for equipping fathers.

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    50. Mike on

      I would love to use this with my family and church.

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    51. Nathan on

      Would love to share this with my friends with other young children

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    52. Maria on

      I am a mother of three teenage sons ages 14,14 (twins) & 12. We have discussed pornography, sexting and premarital sex… all very uncomfortable but necessary subjects. I’d love to be able to share this DVD with them to further the discussion. They also belong to a Wednesday night bible study that just started the theme of “purity”. This DVD would be a great addition to that study. I pray for all of our boys, their hearts, minds and spirits. Thanks for making this DVD available! As parents, we could all use a little help :)

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    53. Steve on

      As a mentor to other men who are enslaved to their addiction to pornography, the one common link between us all, is our addiction began at an early age. The sooner we can teach parents and adults as to the dangers that exist, the sooner we can hopefully protect our kids and help them avoid the misery and heartache that is a result of this addiction. Freedom from this addiction is possible but it is definitely a spiritual battle!

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    54. Brad on

      What a vital resource this is. Thanks agin Covenant Eyes!

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    55. Janet Hattem on

      I serve as a NextGen Rep. for our Christian Denomination and I would love to have this DVD to resource our churches so that they can then resource their families. There is such a need and all help is appreciated. Thank you!

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    56. Jon H. Stefansson on

      I think is something that would be good for everybody to watch.

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    57. JDS on

      My responsibility as a good parent is to love, nurture and protect my son from all the garbage our society throw at us so carelessly and it’s tough to let your child socialize with other kids who’s parents don’t have the same standards or core values. We set up rules at home and on the internet but it’s shocking what other parents allow. It adds to the peer pressures we constantly have monitor and defend why we are not like everyone else. I have been looking for a good and solid resources to help protect my family when I can’t always be there. Thank you for providing that protection!

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    58. terri on

      Wonderful resource! Thank you for making it available!

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    59. Dan on

      I think it is great what covenant eyes are doing. So many parents are oblivious how much pornography or soft porn is out there. You can even find it on dictionary.com in its advertisements. Not an even an online dictionary is safe! I really want to get this to give away to a few of my friends who just recently became parents. Thanks

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    60. Edgar on

      Appreciate the DVD because I’d like to have more information about how to talk to my children when the time comes

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    61. L Fischetti on

      I work with sixth, seventh and eighth grade students and their parents. The resources from this organization have been invaluable. We hope to run some parent workshops this year and would love to use your materials. Thank you.

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    62. Alex S on

      We need to be prepared rather than refusing to talk about the elephant in the room. Yes, elephants are large and–excuse the pun–include some gray areas, but they will do damage in the china shop if we do not address the issue.

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    63. Paul Hopp on

      I have seven children and this could be a great resource in educating them. Thanks.

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    64. Scott Wright on

      As a pastor, I strongly encourage the families of our church to beware and be informed and be filtered. This series would be an excellent addition to our young church library! Blessings

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    65. Lori on

      I would very much like to win this! Thanks for allowing me the chance!

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    66. ron on

      ill take any help i can get to protect my family.

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    67. mary on

      i want to know more about how we can protect ourselves and each other from media floods.

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    68. Dwight on

      I work at a non profit organization for kids and would love to have resources to share about very important life lessons.

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    69. Paul M on

      I am a father of 3 boys. I have struggled all my life with pornography and have had a VERY hard time being able to stop. Covenant eyes has really helped me in this battle. I REALLY do not want my sons to have to go through this so I believe that his DVD would be helpful so I could learn better ways to protect them in this pornographic world.

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    70. Thomas Barrett on

      I feel this info should be shared with everyone we know. This problem is never ending and needs all the help possible.

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    71. Stan Burditt on

      Hi – We do presentations to highschool and senior elementary schools and church youth groups. This would be a great tool for us. In addition we are fighting to get porn filters put on computers at our libraries here in London, Ontario, Canada

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    72. Tiffany on

      This would be a great resource for our family.

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    73. Sherri J on

      I need to prepare our family with a way to keep us safe.

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    74. John Dawson on

      Having struggled with this temptation as an adult, I can only imagine how difficult it is for an unsuspecting, and naive child. I want to protect my kids from this for as long as possible. We need tools like this. it is scary how accessible this stuff is.

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    75. Emily on

      This would be an excellent resource for parents at our biblical counseling center!

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    76. Viji Roberts on

      I just finished putting together a seminar on godly choices which includes a session on pornography. Much of my research on stats etc. comes from the https://www.CovenantEyes.com and in the course of the seminar I will be directing the participants to this helpful website.

      Much blessings
      Viji

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    77. Jim Garcia on

      need this

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    78. Alexander on

      These are troubling times. Pornography and other threats abound on the internet. How does a parent protect his little ones? I think CovenantEyes is doing a great job giving parents the resources they need to fight the battle.

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    79. Amanda on

      I would love to have to this to learn how to teach my children how to stay pure and avoid porngraphy!

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    80. Jack on

      This would be a great resource as a parent of two younger kids. Also would be helpful for the small group of men that I lead.

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    81. CL on

      I hate that this is a reality for children and adults!

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    82. Angela on

      Awesome! What a great tool for families of today.

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    83. Becca brinkley on

      I am so excited about this! We are about to be first time parents and were JUST talking about this subject not 2 weeks ago! What a fabulous resource!!

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    84. Steph on

      A much needed resource!

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    85. Mike on

      Its wonderful that you have put this together. I wish this was around when I was young. Thank you!

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    86. Jason on

      Appreciate your ministry! We’ve used your software for our church staff and really appreciate it. Keep up the good work!

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    87. Brad on

      This would be a great resource to pass along to parents of the youth in my youth ministry.

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    88. Pencil Boone on

      As a Pastor of Student Ministries and a Pastor for Bangor Christian Schools this is a problem that is running rampant among our teens! I know I have used a lot of material from covenant eyes before and I would guess that this content would also be extremely helpful.

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    89. Mark on

      Protecting the freedom of our children to grow up and learn the beauty of love free from the chains of lust is worth a fight and this program is a great tool to do that!

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    90. Jorge on

      I have a 8 and 10 yo daughters. My family was directly affected by online pornography. This DVD will enormously help educate my girls about the subject. I would even share it with my friends who have kids and let them know of the importance of being informed.

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    91. Todd on

      As a Pastor, I would love to share this resource with my church family!

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    92. Charity on

      This would be valuable in my future work with individuals, couples, and families as a clinical psychologist.

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    93. Mitch Williamson on

      Love CE! Thanks for offering it :D

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    94. robert choiniere on

      I can’t take the chance with my grandchildren by not doing anything. This dvd set chould be in the hands of every father and mother. Years ago we did not have this resource available. Now that we do, let’s use it!

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    95. Chris on

      Looks like a great offer – thanks!

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    96. Brian on

      It is odd that CE asks for Facebook and Twitter when those are both blocked by the software.

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      • Luke Gilkerson on

        Hi Brian. We only block Facebook and Twitter when your Filter is set to the default level of Y (Youth). Of course, specific pages on Facebook or Twitter might be blocked based on the content, but the standard rating for those websites is T (Teen). There are 6 levels to choose from. You can learn more about setting up the filter how you want.

    97. Matt on

      this is much needed today

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    98. Josh on

      I would love to review and use this material. I am an associate pastor and work primarily with newly married couples and young adults. I think this information is critical for those starting their families!

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    99. Michelle Shellenberger on

      Thank you for this great resource

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    100. Raquel on

      I am a firm believer in all behavior is learned behavior. we must train children and people who don’t any better the way to go!

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    101. Rachel on

      This looks valuable, thanks for the giveaway.

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    102. Nathan Smith on

      I would like to show this to a men’s group.

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    103. Jytte Riis Gotrik on

      I have been married to a man who is addicted to porn for 30 years, I just want to know he is not doing this in my house. I have 3 sons and 2 granddaughters too, it is an evil disease.

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    104. jacob fernandez on

      Helping our youth escape the same disaster I wasnt taught about growing up. It is priceless.

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    105. Troy on

      I have an hour and a half teaching to teens and a two hour teaching to parents and adults on Internet Safety. I would very much like to check out your teaching to see what parallels we have. Be blessed!

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    106. Josh on

      This can be a helpful resource in better equipping leaders and parents in wisely confronting this issue.

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    107. Kristine Del rio on

      This is a must-have resource for any family with internet and children!

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    108. Dan on

      Why is it almost all women commenting here? Men – we know the problem; let’s stay in this fight! All helps are welcome for me and my crew of boys.

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    109. Tim Lopez on

      Great resource!

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    110. Carolyn on

      I think this would be beneficial to us due to the place we work
      for. We are considered “house parents” to home of teenage boys in which we teach them how to deal with daily struggles whether its behaviorally or personnel issues. I know a number of youth in our home struggle with pornography and it would be helpful to my husband and I in order to learn how talk to them about those struggles. Equipping them with tools for life struggles that are biblically based is something we are passionate about!!!

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    111. Josie Terrell on

      This will be a valuable resource for me because I want to protect my family – especially my children – from the harmful effects of pornography. It is so much more prevalent than I always thought, and I want to take an offensive, not a defensive, stance against it.

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    112. Tanya Meade on

      I would love to share this resource with parents and staff at our church. I hope I win!!!

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    113. Anand Chabra on

      Sounds like a great resource for my sons!

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    114. Chris on

      Great resource for equipping men and families to guard their hearts! great tagline – what you online impacts who you are offline!

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    115. Daniel Collins on

      Even though I am not a parent myself, I know plenty of people who are, and I would like nothing better than to give them a resource that can equip them to help their sons and daughters make better choices than some of the ones I made as a youth.

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    116. Caleb Auyoung on

      Sounds great – I’ve got a number of youth kids who don’t know how to talk about this.

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    117. Sherry Griffin on

      I work with grandparents who are raising their grandchildren. We recently did an Internet Safety workshop. We all felt overwhelmed and now that we know the danger, we are looking for resources to protect our grandchildren.

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    118. Gabriel on

      This is such a critical gap in the culture of American Christianity. We need to be talking about purity or we will set up the next generation for failure.

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    119. Kristina on

      This would be a great resource for our family of 9!

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    120. Barbara Ogg on

      I would love to have it to help me talk to my granddaughter.

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    121. Kelly on

      Great resource for parents trying to educate and protect our kids.

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    122. Kendrick on

      I’m a youth and college minister. This would be a great scourge to give parents and students.

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    123. Jaap en Lina Rietema on

      to give it yo elders with young children

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    124. Tarri on

      As the wife of a man who has struggled with porn addiction, I feel it is very important to have as many resources available to us as we help our daughters grow up in such a compromised and unhealthy world!

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    125. Phil on

      As a Father of 4 boys that has struggled it would be great to have something to prepare them for the world around them

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    126. Rich on

      I am the pastor of a church, as well as a parent – this seems like an awesome resource to share with my church family and other parents!

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    127. Naomi on

      For the grandkids. Trying to give them ammunition for the enemy.

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    128. Ab on

      This will be an excellent tool for when I’m a dad. Plus, I can help young people around me.

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    129. Kim on

      As a facilitator for a group of spouses of sex addicts, this would be an excellent resource for me to share with these moms.

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    130. Josh on

      We so need those tools to teach our kids. Great idea!!

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    131. Rebekah on

      This looks very helpful for living a chaste life in today’s society.

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    132. Eunice on

      i know too many storeis of kids who watched porn on the internet once, sometimes they found it by mistake and have been in bondage ever since.

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    133. Salvador Gomez on

      Good resource!

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    134. Kevin Jones on

      Would love it!

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    135. Lidwina on

      I feel deeply distressed when I see and think about the kind of world that this generation is growing up in. I have four kids of my own and am doing my utter best to direct and instill in them morals and values and build and strengthen their spiritual.lives to keep them guarded from all the evilness of this world. It is a battle against the and porn is leading men and women’s to trade their souls to the devil and I and so many parents out there are fighting against it. Parents and God’s people; Be Strong and Don’t Give Up. And Pray,Pray,pray…God Help Us.

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    136. Dee on

      As a 33 yr. old virgin waiting to have sex. I have both seen and experienced the ravages of sin and pornography first hand in my life. This kit would be a blessing to give me more insight into haw to keep future generations from going down the same destructive path i once was on. I was told by one brother that since i never had sex before and I wasn’t seen to often with a woman in my life it was assumed that i didn’t deal with the issue of lust and porn and masturbation but the truth was i struggled with it for good piece of my life before i came out of it and the blessed part is i still never engaged in premarital sex while struggling with it. Thank God I still came out of that trap with my virginity and still waiting till marriage before I have sex.

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    137. Susan Leach on

      I have two grandchildren 18 and 14 that I am concerned about

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    138. Shawn Anderson on

      yep…valuable

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    139. Lidwina on

      I felt so strongly about my above comments I made so many mistakes but I hope you readers got my message. Apologies.

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    140. Kevin on

      Covenant Eyes has it right. Accessing pornographic material is inevitable in a world of uncontrolled internet access. The question, then, is, ‘How can parents take a appropriate control?’ This is what I’d like to learn from the company full of great solutions.

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    141. robin on

      What an awesome tool for equipping parents, churchs, and others who work with children and teens.

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    142. Ashley on

      This will be a great resource for the parents in our youth group!

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    143. samantha brown on

      This is useful for parents and Sunday school alike.

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    144. Joshua Kissee on

      I cannot overstate the importance of appropriately discussing this topic with your kids.

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    145. Lee on

      We have a young daughter, so my wife and I would like to prepare early rather than later. We would also like to be able to recommend this to other families.

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    146. Julio on

      I’d like to better equip myself with how to handle these questions and provide guidance.

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    147. gail on

      Sadly, the church seems to be the most trusting and naive when it comes to internet use with children. Parents just assume that because their kids have accepted Christ as Savior, they simply will not be exposed to porn. tragedy. I want to have a parent night to show this video!!

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    148. kate on

      I would love this DVD as a resource for a Parent’s seminar at church. I would also like to include at as part of our “Foundations” church curriculum that we use for new believers and church membership. I often print and share many Covenant Eyes emails and articles and give to people as resources.

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    149. Phil Rogers on

      Great info for a much needed topic of discussion with your kids.

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    150. Inez Fasold on

      Thank you for speaking the truth

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    151. Robert on

      This is so needed in the raising Godly Men and Women. I want my kids to be stronger than I was.

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    152. Donie Nichols on

      We would appreciate this as parents. Thank you.

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    153. John C on

      Sadly, years of offering Bible based counseling have allowed me to step into the lives of young people and adults oppressed by pornography’s strong grip all too many times.
      Resources such as these allow me additional quality tools in my personal counseling arsenal as well as tools to place in the hands of those wishing to bear the burden in a loved one’s life or to enhance their skills at preventing these life-dominating appetites from taking root.

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    154. michelle grazor on

      Thank you for this resource. We would be happy for help in preparing to address this difficult topic with our four kids.

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    155. Ian on

      As a father of boys I need to teach them to be honourable young men, to lead them into all truth, and to be for them a role model. This means my leading is based in me not presuming they will learn by osmosis but by practical and careful instruction. This type of resource would be a helpful tool in my house.

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    156. Patrick Ryan on

      This DVD would be a great resource for families, discipleship, and accountability groups. I would like have this to use with people I already meet with on a regular basis about purity.

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    157. Steph on

      Thanks for the chance to win.

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    158. Johnie on

      I have a 16 y3ar old that spends a lot of time online. We keep a close eye on her activity, but it keeps me up nights worrying about what we’re missing.
      This would be a great resource to help with those worries.

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    159. Marc Buenaventura on

      Would love to get a chance to watch this video so that I will know how to protect myself and the people I love from this Sin.

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    160. Tim Reece on

      I’ve already started talking to my kids about the bad stuff they can find on the internet and why we have filters and CE installed on all our devices, but any additional resources that I could use is an added bonus. Thank you for producing this product.

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    161. Denise on

      This is a much needed resource for every family!

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    162. Emil on

      Just want to say thanks for the material you are creating. It is really helping . Thank you for making a difference in peoples lives.

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    163. John on

      Pornography is not an issue we can afford to ignore. We have three sons approaching their teen years, and I am so thankful that my husband is committed to trusting God to help him resist the temptation of pornography, as this is a value he will pass on to our boys. I love the accountability of Covenant Eyes, and would love to have additional resources to help in the initiation of conversations with our sons. Many of our Christian friends have already borrowed the resources that we have collected on purity and dealing with the temptation of pornography. Thankyou Covenant Eyes for all the work that you do as a tool to help people to be accountable in an effort to ‘set no vile thing before [their] eyes’.

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    164. Kerri Butler on

      This would be a great resource for my family, and for use when teaching parenting skills and working with families.

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    165. Jimmy Lee on

      Much needed stuff! Thanks all!

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    166. Eric on

      Looks like a great resource!

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    167. Clint on

      I think this will be very valuable

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    168. Brice Kauffman on

      In the near future, I will be launching a ministry directed towards teens, young adults and parents to specifically address the “hard” issues. I’m still pretty young, but it’s unbelievable how many individuals I’ve encountered who are drowning in pornography and desiring freedom. I would use this DVD as an additional resource in some of the very small schools and churches I will be working with and would love to use it to encourage other parents and youth leaders and Christian school educators and pastors to buy your product as well.

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    169. Freddie Cordero on

      We need to use every tool within our reach to protect and guide our kids.

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    170. Mike on

      Though I do not have kids yet, I’ve wondered the best way to teach them about pornography and how to stay away from it.

      This dvd kit sounds great!

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    171. Katie on

      I think pornography is a serious problem and it is difficult to talk about with your kids. I think these dvd’s would be a huge blessing for my family, and open up communication.

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    172. Syd Osenbaugh on

      This looks like a great resource for parents and all people who are concerned about children growing up in this technological marketplace.

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    173. L Bennett on

      I would love to have this material to help us hold discussions with my four children! This is a difficult time to grow up and keeping their hearts and minds pure especially when they are bombarded with obscene things on-line which are so easily accessible!

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    174. Cameron on

      Seems like a really good resource for a church community with lots of families. Thanks for your work!

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    175. Nicholas on

      My wife and I have two boys and would also really like to share this with parents at our church. I also do men’s meetings who are recovering from this addiction and would love to share it with them as well.

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    176. Krissi on

      Looks like a great DVD for a very important conversation!

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    177. Hans Hinterkopf on

      I will use this with my son and with the other families in our fellowship

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    178. Cindi Strobel on

      Covenant Eyes is an excellent program! Perfect for teens in today’s media-saturated world.

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    179. Michele on

      This is so needed today! This would be great to show at church to the parents of our youth.

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    180. Robert Leyland on

      I work with Jr. High at our church and see this as a good resource for myself and my ability to help other parents understand this topic.

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    181. Tim Johnsson on

      As a father of 7 children and grandfather of 5, I look forward to sharing this DVD with my extended family

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    182. Thamara on

      I look forward to using this to accompany my teenage siblings and my children.
      Thank you

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    183. Sandra Houtz on

      We, as parents, ALL need this kit in the homes and Covenant Eyes on ALL devices … even those that us as parents use … :) in this digital age it’s just way to easy to “slip up” … trust me … I have been there … not fun … I love having Covenant Eyes watching everything we do :)

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    184. Kari on

      This would be a great resource to use with my own children and to share with our church.

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    185. Jarrod Reed on

      As a freshmen college Sunday School teacher, and as a father of two girls, I think that I would greatly benefit from this discussion, as would any Christian seeking to make disciples both inside and outside of their home.

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    186. Mac on

      Not only would this be a great resource for me and my family but as a pastor it would also equip me to help other families in my church and community.

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    187. Ronnie on

      Love what you guys are doing!

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    188. Felipe on

      Many thanks for this oportunity to win this DVD set. It’s so needed in these times to speak about this with the kids, and protect them for all of this.

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    189. Desiree Rosado on

      This is awesome and so needed.

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    190. James Brinkruff on

      Any resource will be helpful. This is the biggest threat to today’s church and the media accepts it as normal. And many churches ignore this issue.

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    191. Beth Vega on

      My church has many families with young children. Parents try to keep their children involved in God-honoring activities. Our culture is indeed over-sexualized and I’m not sure if some parents truly realize how easy it is for children (and spouses) to access porn. I think this DVD will help educate parents and drive them to be proactive for their marriages and for their children.

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    192. Brittany on

      I think this might be a crucial resource for my husband and I as we teach and mentor the youth in our church. Pornography and sexual purity are topics we deal with all the time and I pray that, by God’s grace, we might respond in a way that pleases Him and spurs our youth on towards holiness.

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    193. M Goure on

      Our son is 13 and we suspect from the Covenant Eyes reports that he is looking at inappropriate pictures on Google Images. We have talked to him about it and he knows we get the reports. He says he will stop. But it’s happened 3 times now. We even talked to our Youth Pastor to get his advice. Maybe this DVD could help us reach his heart. Cause it’s ultimately a heart issue.

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    194. Lisa Boyle on

      This would be such a blessing! We have two teenaged sons who I want to protect. This is SO needed!

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    195. Elaine on

      This looks like a valuable resource. Thank you!

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    196. Jan Evett on

      I would like to enter the give away. Thanks.

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    197. laurie on

      I think this would be an excellent resource forr me! I’m a single mom of the kids, two of which are boys. I pray for grace. To grow my kids. In the ways of the Lord. And I think this could be helpful to me !

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    198. Shana Patton on

      With two young girls, this is great information to have have. This is a much needed topic of conversation to have with your kids and any kids that you speak life into.

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    199. Jimmy Clark on

      Looks like another great resource from CE.

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    200. Barry Horst on

      I believe this is a very valuable resource for helping discuss the easy availability and pitfalls of pornography with children.

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    201. Angel Cruz on

      I have two young children and young nieces and nephews. This can help me, them and the next generation.

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    202. Craig on

      My wife and I strove to protect our children from online influences they weren’t ready for, and Covenant Eyes was part of that protection along the way. I’m very thankful to the Lord blessing our efforts so that our children are now equipped to fight the fight of faith in their own right. As a pastor, I’m very concerned to assist the families in our congregation stand firm and prevail in this same battle.

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    203. Katie on

      This is such a vital issue in seeking to raise godly children in our modern world of technology. As a fifth grade teacher, I have been shocked at how many of my students I have discovered were involved in the world of pornography, many of them starting before fifth grade. The parents of these children all had similar answers to this problem and that was that they had had unfiltered internet because they didn’t realize their child could access these kind of things. It is so vital to educate not just our children but our parents too!

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    204. Patrick on

      I will need this resource for my children because there is so much garbage out on the Internet and this looks excellent!

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    205. Tammy Bunk on

      This resource would be excellent for me to have because it not only would benefit me personally, but would be a great resource to recommend to those I minister to on a regular basis.

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    206. Michael on

      Unfortunately Pornography is an issue that in todays culture most parents will have to face with their children. This DVD is a tool that can be used to help deal with that issue.

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    207. wally west on

      I dont actually want this. I feel like im comfortable watching porn…although that is a problem

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    208. Mark on

      This looks like a great resource to be able to have information to talk I friends who are more prone to think there is nothing wrong with pornography.

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    209. Matt Rossio on

      This is a great program! If we can’t get porn off the internet it’s GREAT to educate people (especially young people!) about it!

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    210. Duncan Barlow on

      Very thankful for the work of covenant eyes for myself personally and the community as a whole. Keen for other people to learn the importance of accountability.

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    211. Dr Hilton Parkes on

      I have a 17 year old daughter, who decided to follow Jesus instead of following the crowd. This makes me and her mom extremely proud of her and her focusing on her future in the Lord. I think that more programs like these will allow us as parents and leaders in the Church to function in the role that God intended us to be in. As a parent, and a teacher in the Body of Christ, I believe that this is the ideal foundational teaching resource available to help and equip those that the Lord has sent on our paths. It would be a great tool in this ministry to use in teaching abstinence until married. Covenant Eyes remains our no1 provider of resources in this arena.

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    212. Manny Collazo on

      I have 2 teenagers myself & would love to share this with others in my church.

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    213. Alicia Blum on

      We as parents must protect our children and educate them. We must warn and teach them and not hope they won’t come across porn. I have had a son exposed to porn and it was a nightmare for us. Do not ignore these subjects just because they are tough or you have fallen yourself in these areas. Fight for your children!

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    214. michelle on

      After gleaning what I can for my family Ill put it in the church library. We don’t have resource on this subject and its needed.

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    215. Mayo on

      I lead youth in our church and I see, how dangerous pornography is. This DVD could help parents of “our” kids and thus also to those kids.

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    216. Ariel Marr on

      My wife and I plan on having 3 children. I want to prepare now for what I know will an immense battle for my children’s minds … and eventually their lives. Technology is changing rapidly and because of that the boundaries of our homes are no longer just the physical walls … I want resources like these to teach not just my children but also other parents and young people.

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    217. CK on

      This will help me to help others! :)

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    218. J Davis on

      Looking forward to this much needed resource. How can I get it at my son’s school? My church?

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      • Luke Gilkerson on

        If you purchase a copy, you can pass it along to your church/school leaders. This resource is ideal for a large parent assembly.

    219. Dean on

      As the director of information systems at a Christian university I would like to be well equipped to help young people avoid this stronghold in their lives.

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    220. Luke Veazey on

      A great book to read is “A Covenant with My Eyes” by Bob Sorge.

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    221. Jie on

      It is a great resource.

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    222. David on

      Great idea and resource to help fight for and protect our families’ purity!

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    223. j on

      My wife and I are about to have our first baby. We have worked with teens in the church, and had some candid conversations with them on these topics. B
      Teens today are often considered weird of they haven’t seen porn or don’t want to. Resources like this are a necessity for parents. We want to be well equipped to prepare our children for the experiences they will have in this porn-saturated culture.

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    224. Adele on

      Though I don’t have kids of my own, I work with college students and have seen how Internet pornography has ruined some of the students’ lives. Covenant Eyes is an invaluable tool to protect them!

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    225. fruitfulvine9 on

      We are no stranger to internet content issues….and it makes me wish we didn’t need online access!! Thank you for all you do to protect our family and home!

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    226. Lydia on

      Thank you for this resource.

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    227. Pam on

      It breaks my heart that so many marriages and people’s faith will be destroyed by pornography. It is scary how prevalent it is. This sounds like a fantastic resource. Thank you!

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    228. Tracy on

      This sounds like it will be an EXCELLENT resource in “training you kids up in the way they should go”! I think sometimes parents WANT to talk about this kind of thing but don’t know HOW. Thank you for creating this resource. I think any home with children (of any age) could benefit from this training tool. It would be wonderful to save and prevent our kids from experiencing the kind of ongoing pain and damage caused by pornography in our home.

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    229. Angelita on

      This is a very real and important topic for today’s youth. I hope to share it in many venues.

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    230. Chris on

      Great resource for students!

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    231. Ray on

      sounds like a good resource!

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    232. Travis Barnwell on

      This workshop is a vital weapon against what the secular world calls “the norm”. Thank you for such a powerful tool!

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    233. James Harrison on

      I didn’t do the best job with my family, and I want to share this with our men’s ministry, for those with children coming up. It’s definitely needed.

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    234. Bill on

      If we don’t win, we buy it! This issue is crucial.

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    235. David on

      Covenant Eyes has been a great resource, and I think this DVD would be a great help for students in my youth group.

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    236. CW Solomon on

      As a youth pastor and Biblical counselor, I am keenly aware of the tremendous and growing problem of pornography. I am always looking for new resources to share with youth and counselees that will help them in the battle to overcome this enslaving sin.

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    237. Trish D on

      Thank you for an available resource that has been way over due in being processed.

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    238. Isaac Bowling on

      I have found this to be a difficult topic to broach due to the secretiveness of this type of sin.
      I have also heard lay people at my church dimiss it as a natural thing and pass it off as not a big deal. I hope to be able to open their eyes and to equip my self and parent young and old.
      Thank you for your safe guards for when my own mind abandons reason, desiring to seek out a rush that is based in sin.

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    239. Tim on

      good church resource for parents and youth worker/teams

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    240. Simon on

      As a counsellor, it would be a great resource. Also, I didn’t have this type of material when I was young! This could be an agent of change in someone’s life!

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    241. Paul K on

      This would be a great resource for use at church and at home!

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    242. Glenn Capps on

      a much needed resource. The Church needs to be courageous in standing against porn of any kind and objectifying women.

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    243. Larry on

      Thanks for your good work giving people resources & help in fighting this huge destructive temptation. Heard you on Dobson this past week.

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      • Luke Gilkerson on

        Thanks for listening, Larry!

    244. Ls on

      I have two boys and would like the information to be able to talk with them about this subject.

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    245. Daniel Durrett on

      As a youth/children’s pastor, it would be a nice resource for the parents of my youth.

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    246. William Monk on

      I think this program will be very valuable to teach my sons about the dangers & consequences of viewing sinful material on the internet.

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    247. shannon on

      My husband and I currently have differences on the subject and I would love to show him the dangers of pornogophy.

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    248. Mary on

      Covenant Eyes has already helped protect my family. I hope this will make it easier to talk to my kids about topics I wouldn’t really know how to approach on my own.

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    249. Daniel Rothenberg on

      Two of my kids have already been exposed. I would love to be able to explain to them what (not) to do

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    250. Danielle on

      Looking forward to this great information.

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    251. Ryan on

      Every tool to help build walls and teach others to do the same is a good thing. Love it!

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    252. Jamal Brooks on

      I would love to win!!

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    253. Renee on

      This is one of the most important to teach your kids this would be a great tool for our family and I’d love to bring it to Sunday school and teach with this tool

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    254. Roger Boyd on

      I have seen the devastation of addiction to porn in marriages of many people including pastors and missionaries. As a counselor I would love to have any good resources to help others not fall into the same trap.

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    255. Tamara on

      We need more resources like this in our homes , libraries and churches. Parents are not up to speed on this issue

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    256. Danae on

      This is an issue that weighs heavy on me. I’d love to look over this resource and then share it with those around me. I’d be so incredibly excited to get to know more!

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    257. Ryan on

      Looks like a great resource! Men struggle with this stuff, so it stands to reason that young men should, too.

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    258. yusuf on

      being a school teacher, the information contained in this DVD will hopefully allow me to begin a meaningful and valueable conversation with my students, and at the same time educate myself on dealing with porn in a way that is relevant to my work-personal life.

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    259. Michael on

      Hi,

      I am a Bible teacher to 15-17 year old’s. This would be a fantastic resource for the school to educate the wider community to empower their children to remain pure.

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    260. Sam Super on

      Tools for education regarding correct use of the web are indispensable keep up the good work

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    261. MrsCle on

      I would love to have this for my kids

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    262. Ben Swisher on

      The good thing about modern technology is we have access to everything. The problem with modern technology is we have access to everything.

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    263. Michael on

      Very cool resource!

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    264. PastorBryon on

      Certain that God will use this for good. Thank you for your ministry!

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    265. Shalom Morgenstern on

      This is important

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    266. Greg Carlson on

      This sounds like a great resource for all parents and kids. With life like it is now, we surely need it. Thanks for making this available.

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    267. Fr. Tom Whittingham on

      I hope this will help me equip parents and teachers to talk about what our young people face online.

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    268. Julie on

      Sure would love to share this with the families in our church’s sports ministry.

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    269. Margaret Johnston on

      A vital and much appreciated part of the Christian response to the challenge of child protection today. Our three sons need us to be as up to speed as they are – or their friends are –
      on this issue.

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    270. Tonya on

      This would be great information to have to since I have my own children and work with kids too.

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    271. John F on

      More weapons in the fight for my family!

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    272. Cathy on

      Will donate to church high school class.

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    273. Megan Fisher on

      Thanks for all the hard work you all do helping to inform families about this issue.

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    274. Isaac on

      Passivity of parents is very dangerous. May each customer win this and light a fire in their family to wipe out the darkness.

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    275. Vicki on

      This would be a great resource for the family.

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    276. Ryan Jones on

      I have two boys, one is 4 and one is 2. As an adult man, I can remember the first pornographic image that I saw, where I was, what time of day it was, and the layout of the house I was in. That was 17 years ago. I want my boys to be better equipped to deal with the reality of pornography and the onslaught of sexually charged messages they will receive over their lifetime.

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    277. Sharon Roberts on

      Hope to win this set.

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    278. Brian on

      Looks like a great tool.

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    279. Sudhir on

      Would be handy and helpful

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    280. Tulani on

      A most valuable resource. Most parents seem unaware of the porn dangers that face their kids on a daily basis. This resource should be a wake-up call. Nice one.

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    281. Deb on

      We use Covenant Eyes on all our computers and smart phones. Just wish I had done this sooner. The customer service is excellent.

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    282. steve on

      thanks!

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    283. Alex Howard on

      This seems like it would be a great resource for any family. It is difficult to know what the best approach is to talk to your kids about the dangers of pornography. I wish as a young person someone would have warned and taught me the dangers of it. That may have saved me from many years of struggling. I serve a very gracious God and pray that these DVDs go to the families and churches that need it the most!

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    284. Andres on

      I just had my first son and I want equip myself to guide him in through the issue of pornography. I want to prepare him so he is not caught off guard, but recognizes his identity in Christ, rising above this sexualized culture.

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    285. Danielle Cotton on

      DEFINITELY A PRACTICAL AND MUCH NEEDED RESOURCE ! ! ! IT’D BE GREAT TO WIN ! I AM BUYING IT JUST THE SAME. EITHER WAY IT’S A — WIN WIN — THANKS : )

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    286. Todd on

      With an ever increasing availability to content on the internet, and an ever increasing separation from technology on the parents part, I have been looking for resources to help bridge that gap. CO does a good job of fitting right in that spot. Thanks.

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    287. Ken Mann on

      I’ve worked in student and family ministries for 20 years and I believe this is one of the most important conversations a parent can have with their kids. If we don’t have this conversation, somebody else will certainly take our place…most likely without our commitment to an exceptional life.

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    288. Alan Steier on

      I work with global servants around the world. This material will be a great benefit to those who are challenged in this area. Thanks for offering it as a resource.

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    289. Josh on

      This is a great resource and can defiantly be helpful in my families life.

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    290. Jenna Crenshaw on

      My husband and I have just begun a purity based ministry in the Greater Los Angeles area called Crossroads Club. We educate youth and parents on protecting themselves from the influences of the world. This would be a great support to our ministry and would be used to reach many families on the dangers of pornography and the importance of good conversations and preparing for the battle that is ahead for their teens.
      Thanks for what you do!
      Jenna Crenshaw

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    291. L Davis on

      Would love this for my family.

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    292. Jay Yousef on

      This will be very helpful as I go on to be a pastor and against my own struggles with lust of the eye!

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    293. Tiffany L. on

      My family has been using the Covenant Eyes online filtering service for some years now. In times such as these, it is critical to be proactive in the fight against pornography. Protecting your children and family is the first step in having a safe household.

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    294. Joshua McLaughlin on

      Looks like a valuable tool for the family. Thank you

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    295. Colton on

      These resources will be great for allowing parents to start that sensitive conversation with their kids.

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    296. Adrian on

      This looks like a really useful resource.

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    297. Gary Eberly on

      Thanks Covenant Eyes for providing this resource! It will be a big help to parents as they seek to instruct their children to live according to God’s Word.

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    298. Rena on

      I would love to have this for our computers. My husband of 26 yrs is dealing w/GID which I knew nothing about for 24 3/4 yrs. It has raised its ugly head again. We have 5 children, 4 are boys, 24, 15, 12 & 9 yrs of age. Daughter is 22. I’m a stay @ home mom & home schools the younger ones. I need something to protect my family from sites they should not be on including spouse. Doing my best to make this marriage work because I said, “for better or worse” and right now it is worse. I need some

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    299. Jim on

      This would be a great resource for me to use with my two boys when the time is right.

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    300. Kathy on

      This will be a valuable tool and I am grateful to God for such a resource! May He be glorified in saving so many of our kids, through His grace, from the clutches of pornography.

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    301. Frank on

      I have been learning more about Covenant Eyes and their software through friends, and feel this is a great way to help protect the children of our day and age. I have a younger brother who I care much about and would hate for him to be exposed to the kind of material that is found on the internet daily.

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    302. Scott on

      Hope to be a help to many

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    303. Rebekah on

      I have nieces and nephews who need to know this stuff.

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    304. Kimberly on

      Thank you for providing excellent resources like this one!

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    305. Tal on

      We are doing a parenting class at church this fall and the “Unfiltered” materials would be a great follow-up to what we are covering.

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    306. Joel S. on

      I think this could be a very valuable resource to help young people do better than I did and avoid some of the internet traps out there.

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    307. irene on

      I’m curious to see this DVD and information.

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    308. Ricardo on

      Hello, did you have this DVD with a Spanish subtitles?
      Gracias!

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      • Luke Gilkerson on

        Currently, we do not have Spanish subtitles. That might come in the future.

    309. Adam on

      Any material to help engage the minds of adults, teenagers, and children in regards to pornography, lust, fornication
      and so forth, is incredibly valuable. One of the greatest spiritual wars being fought in America is in the realm of lust and pursuing sexual interactions outside of God’s perfect intentions within marriage. I am excited for this material.

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    310. Tj walker on

      I am leading a men’s group and also talk a lot with teen boys. I have 3 boys of my own. It would be a great tool and needed.

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    311. Shannon on

      Many in my family struggle with this and we are vowing to be the end of it! What better way than to educate your children about it. Prepare them for what will surely be in their face soon enough. The better prepared they are, the better the chances they have.

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    312. Mark on

      This will be a great resource for any parent, pastor, youth worker and the like. Kids shouldn’t have to face porn, sexualisation or adult issues before their time, but unfortunately this isn’t the case. Even governments who attempt to counter the issue of Internet filtering are howled down on the basis of freedom and civil rights. Yet the role call of damaged children increases every day. As parents the ball is in our court, we do have the right to say no. Thanks Covernant Eyes for making the path easier.

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    313. MR on

      I believe every family should have a kit and educate their children. They have so much access to everything these days that it’s a matter of when they will be exposed to pornography. Every family should have a security filter on every media technology they have access to.

      Do not ignore this!

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    314. Mrs. J Davis on

      I have two teenagers and am sorry to say that I’m grossly behind on technology. They’re beginning to need email addresses and internet access for school and church and I need all the help I can get!!!

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    315. Lissette Bednarek on

      I have two teen aged boys and a tween girl. My husband and I want to give our children and ourselves Godly tools to protect and fight against the powers of this world.

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    316. Barrett Jacobson on

      I think this is a very important topic. The world needs this!

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    317. Jason on

      I have 4 young boys and this will be a valuable tool!

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    318. Christopher on

      As a Pastor, this will be a great resource to help me council the many people that struggle with pornography addiction. I will be able to hand this material out to both young and older adults, and be ensured that the council given is from a Biblical perspective, rather than a secular psychologist trying to dismiss the behavior as a result of a poor childhood environment.

      Thank you for taking the time and money to make this investment and caring enough to help the many get accountability and ultimately freedom from the bondage of sexual deviancy.

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    319. Dave on

      Children or not, this is an important tool and resource to have.

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    320. Paul Vroom on

      In a world where the Devil is prowling around for someone to devour, it is wise to equip our parents and our children about how to have healthy gospel-centered conversations!

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    321. Jamie lyerla on

      We always room have to grow in the area of media and our families!

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    322. John on

      Just gave the second of a string of “sex talks” to my 4.5 year old twins. I’m exposing them at a progressive but steady pace… first on anatomy, then on to babies, etc.

      This would help immensely!

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    323. Tim on

      I’m not a parent yet but I wanna be prepared for when I do become a parent.

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    324. Luke on

      With a one year old and another along the way, I need to be prepared to talk with my kids about the dangers of internet pornography. I also need to be prepared to help other parents have that conversation, as it’s a topic that is easily avoided.

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    325. Ryan on

      I want to be prepared to my son (and any other children we may have in the future) about these topics.

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    326. Mary on

      My husband is a youth assistant to a large group of privileged kids. These kids have access to all technologies and many parents are either clueless about what they do, or trying to fit in too hard to take a stand on it. Teaching a girls’ small group myself, many of these girls are naïve to how powerful pornography and the way they dress really is. This software would be an enormous help to our parents as well as our youth staff as we struggle to address this sensitive but necessary topic!

      And thank you to Covenant Eyes for helping our home be a safer place!

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    327. Paige Weaver on

      I really would love to show this to our whole church to equip families to guard their children from this epidemic.

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    328. Rachael Giles on

      As a youth leader and a parent who is desperately wanting to protect today’s youth, I think this would be a great resource to have.

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    329. stef overhall on

      this would be a great resource for use at our church. Such a big problem for us all.

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    330. Alex on

      My family has been torn apart by this sin. I used to be an outgoing, confident, highly intelligent, handsome boy. But since getting into pornography, my mind and entire personality has been entirely destroyed. I was depressed and failing in my studies. It’s been almost seven years of pain and suffering. Not only that, I cause harm to my family and mentally suppressed them with vicious words. I am trying to repent but still failing. I’m tired. I’ve installed Covenant eyes but with my intellect, I circumvented it. I pray for God’s deliverance and for him to show me His love.

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    331. eric eshbach on

      Thank you!

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    332. Corrie on

      I am excited that there are resources like this that can help parents with this challenge. I know that my family will be appreciate of the help when the time comes.

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    333. Matthew on

      Being a relatively new parent resources like these are valuable. Communication and training is ongoing and vital in guarding the purity of our children. God has given us His Word as well as the instruction and example of wise parents in order to train and equip our children with the tools they need to succeed in the matter of sexual purity. Thanks covenant eyes for what you are doing.

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    334. Vaughn on

      I’m an affiliate of Covenant Eyes and I believe that any information I can get into the hands of my customers will show them that I care what’s truly happening to them. Life can be very confusing and with this information, I will be able to shed some light on the darkness of the secret that nobody wants to talk about. That is the POWER of pornography’s lure and perpetualness. My goal is to bring it out into the light where anyone can and will be able to talk about it openly and freely in public. When this happens, we will then know that the evils of pornography are beginning to lose its POWER over us as a human race.

      Vaughn
      http://www.protectourkidsww.com

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    335. sheila on

      I would love to have more information on this topic…I have an 18month old son and already feel the weight and burden of all the destructive things that he may encounter online. I feel that it isn’t too early for me to start preparing myself on how to deal with this hard topic.

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    336. Erick Morales on

      Looking forward for that free DVD, thanks

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    337. Trish on

      Porn wreaked some serious havoc in our marriage. We need every resource possible to help us keep our sons from making the same mistakes. This looks like an excellent resource. We are already very thankful for how covenant eyes has been so helpful in eliminating a lot of the junk and the temptations.

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