WWW Wednesday: 5 Serious Challenges to Effectively Protecting Your Family From Internet Pornography and How to Overcome Them


 

I will set no wicked thing before my eyes

 

I just posted a new article over at the Why We Web blog detailing 5 challenges to effectively protecting your family from internet pornography. This article builds off of my article from last week: True Protection From Internet Pornography Requires A Minimum of 3 Essential Components.

The five challenges are:

  • Software compatibility issues
  • Lock out issues
  • Family inconvenience
  • Visual search engines
  • Legitimate websites with some inappropriate content

For full details check out the original post…

Link: 5 Challenges to Effectively Protecting Your Family From Internet Pornography

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Image credit: Benjamin Smith

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The Apostles Song

Last week my wife and I had the privilege of teaching the children’s morning class during Greenwood Hills Camp & Conference Center’s annual 3rd Family Conference. Because of the children’s enthusiasm to learn more of God’s Word we always enjoy working with young people.

This year we introduced the children to a simple, new song that they really loved to sing. So I thought you might like to learn this song as well and if you work with Children give it a try!

It is called “The Apostles Song” and is sung to the tune of “Jesus Loves Me.”

        Jesus called them one by one, Peter, Andrew, James and John,
        Next came Philip, Thomas, too, Matthew and Bartholomew.

                (Chorus)
                Yes, Jesus called them, Yes, Jesus called them,
                Yes, Jesus called them, The Bible tells me so.

        James the one they called the less, Simon, also Thaddeus,
        The twelfth apostle Judas made, Jesus was by him betrayed.

                (Chorus)

Enjoy!

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The Analog Generation Is Younger Than You Think

Brooks RobinsonMy weekly post over at the Why We Web Blog is now available.

In this week’s post I discuss why I am beginning to question many of my long held assumptions regarding today’s children and their affinity for digital technology. Maybe, just maybe today’s children are the “Analog Generation.”

What do you think?

Link: The Analog Generation

 

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