Many parents even let their kids have complete access to pornography at any time they want. They just allow it! Ugh…it’s preposterous. How could a parent let that happen? It’s very likely that this parent is you.
Something clicks inside me when I am the only one responsible for my children. I have an ability to adapt to any situation. I can calmly settle disputes. I can even prepare multiple […]
It didn’t take long to realize that this assistance was needed in more homes than I could ever visit. This is why my wife, Melinda and I spent that last six months writing “‘What’s in Your Pocket?’ The parent’s guide to protecting your children online.”
I thought a bit more about our conversation and thought maybe I should share with any other youth ministers what my top five resources are. Here is the countdown, in order form least used (which is still a lot) to most used.
This small group of young people were discussing why they liked Twitter or Facebook best. It was interesting to hear that age group’s perception of what each form of social media was for. I found it increasingly difficult to stay quiet so I jumped in with the reasons I like Twitter and couldn’t care less about Facebook. Here are those reasons.
The other day an article came across the feed that caused some righteous anger to rise up from within. It was retweeted by someone I follow on twitter and respect but the article was the proverbial straw breaking the back of a camel I first noticed a few weeks ago. This camel is all about our daughters.
Last week our entire church did a fast. Fasting is simply giving up something that’s important to you as a sacrifice to grow in faith and focus. I fasted a meal per day and social media