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Posted: Oct 30, 2017

A Challenge to Parents

I have noticed a marked difference in the willingness of mothers and fathers in addressing sexual purity with their children. I should clarify that I mean a willingness to start addressing sexual purity. Once they start, both seem quite willing to actively participate. Who is more willing to take on this challenge? In my experience, it is the women.
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Posted: Sep 8, 2017

Teaching Your Kids how to “Live” Kindheartedly Online

We have created a world full of technology and every human is affected by its power and influence—especially kids! Each time we text, send an email, post on social media, interact with others on a game, or create a new piece of technology, we create ripples.

In fact, all of our actions online and in “real life” create ripples, or small waves of change around us. This is a tremendous power! We can uplift others or tear them down with a few words or one small action.

How do we help our kids see the huge impact they have on others? And how do we start using technology for good?

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Posted: Aug 28, 2017

How to Talk to Young Kids About Pornography

In today’s digitally saturated world, it’s not a question of IF kids will be exposed to porn; it’s a matter of WHEN. But how do we tackle this daunting conversation with our kids? Good Pictures Bad Pictures Jr.: A Simple Plan to Protect Young Minds gives us the script we need to empower even the youngest children with their first internal filter.

How often do we snuggle with our little ones reading a story? It’s a familiar format and a safe place. The fact that we’re also talking about something important for their safety is just icing on the cake.
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Posted: Aug 18, 2017

5 Back to School Dangers

Back to school can be exciting for kids (and parents)! And of course, we want to believe our children will be in a completely safe environment. But the unpleasant truth is that kids, even very young children, need to be prepared to face 5 types of dangers from pornography when they leave your home and head to class.
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Posted: Jul 19, 2017

The Window

It was a simple clear glass hospital window that separated me from the outside world. As I peered through the sealed opening I allowed myself to fantasize about what it would be like to live a life without a disease being in my constant thoughts. The more I wondered the more I wallowed under my grim and miserable title that I now bore: a mom of a child with cancer. Cancer was no longer an abstract idea but a reality. It was a vicious thief not only was it stealing my son, but also robbing me of my peace!
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