Most of us can’t abstain from using our smartphone. We need it for work, tracking teens, saving money on groceries and for emergencies. We can, however, limit our usage to improve our marriage.
Technology & Internet
Have social media become a time waster that is interfering with your relationship with your spouse? Consider disconnecting.
For thousands of years, husbands and wives have been making bad decisions. But today, enticements often come with a new twist because of the anonymity and accessibility that come with social media.
Find out how kids are using their online and mobile devices, and how that participation can impact them physically, psychologically, emotionally and socially.
Consider taking a pledge as a family to honor God with your entertainment choices.
The point is to maintain your family’s values without alienating your kids.
If you’ve ever tried reasoning with your adolescent about a questionable song, you know it can feel like a losing proposition.
Although Facebook can be fun, it’s not always the best thing for a marriage. When you get wrapped up in your online social life, even innocent interactions can divert your time and attention.
Are your teens playing Pokémon GO? Help keep them safe while teaching them to respect societal boundaries.
Kids want cellphones to connect with peers, build friendships and find a sense of belonging. When is the best time for them to get their first mobile device?