If you are using money as the reason not to pursue purity or online safety, that leg in the stool has now been removed.
We mustn’t be naive in thinking that technology can keep us safe.
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Here’s a scary statistic: The largest consumers of Internet Pornography are kids ages 12 to 17.
“Now, more than ever, parents need help in navigating their kids’ online, media-saturated lives. Jim Steyer, founder and CEO of Common Sense Media, the nation’s leading kids-andmedia organization, and the father of four children, knows that many parents and teachers— unlike their technology-savvy kids—may be tourists in the online world.”
After speaking at a Christian school earlier this year, I received an email from a parent about an issue that I hadn’t heard about in all the research I’d been doing on the topic of online safety. And that is – chain emails. Chain letters have been around for years, so it’s not surprising they’ve… Keep Reading