Sometimes tweens and teens feel pressured into sending sexually explicit texts to their friends. This practice is known as sexting.
Find four ways to connect with your tweens in the midst of 24/7 video game/social media accessibility.
As much as we’d like think of our children as innocent, we parents need to become aware of the widespread use of pornography among tweens and teens.
They may sleep in your house and eat at your table, but teens live on social media.
Would you like more meaningful connection with your teens? Kathy Koch shares why it’s important to spend face-to-face time with your teens, outside of screen time.
With another season of “13 Reasons Why” being released, parents may need to rethink how it may be affecting their children.
Help your kids learn to focus on real-world relationships in a technology-driven culture.
Do you know who your children are interacting with online? Kids won’t learn digital responsibility if we don’t teach them.
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.