0 Comment gospel, parenting Parent ResourcesGood News Changes Us
The legend of Marathon tells a tale of how the Persians invaded Greece and were met with resistance from the Athenians. The Athenians were not known for their brilliant military careers. In fact, a few years after this invasion the Athenians would have their sandal-clad derrieres handed to them by the neighboring Spar...
0 Comment parenting, pornography, technology, techwise Parent ResourcesRaising Porn Resilient Children
When addressing the topic of pornography today we can’t just say “not my kid!” We know that 98% of young people will see pornography by the time they’re 18. So what do parents need to do? I had a chance to speak with Greta Eskridge of @maandpamodern and she gave some helpful advice. You can list...
0 Comment healthy tech, parenting, play, techwise Healthy Tech, Parent ResourcesLet’s Reclaim Play
“Play doesn’t just help us to explore what is essential. It is essential in and of itself.” -Greg McKeown We need to reclaim play. When we talk about technology, and especially about healthy tech, we must combat the idea that we’re somehow at war with play and fun. In fact, exactly the opposite is true: Hea...
0 Comment game reviews, gospel tech, parenting, video games Game Review, Parent ResourcesGame Review: Animal Crossing – New Horizons
Grade: Play It (but watch for tech health - RESET) Platforms: Nintendo Switch Rated: E for Everyone. Gospel Connection. Animal Crossing: New Horizons gives us a great opportunity to talk with our children about why we game and the proper place of games in our lives. We can model gospel-centered questions lik...
0 Comment game reviews, gospel tech, parenting, video games Game Review, Parent ResourcesGame Review: Doom Eternal
Grade: Skip it. Platforms: Playstation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, PC Rated: 17+ Mature for Blood, Gore, and Intense Violence. The Gospel Reminder: DOOM Eternal is exactly what we should expect from a game in the DOOM franchise. If your child wants to play this game it's a great opportunity to talk through...
0 Comment drool tech, faith, family tech, healthy tech, parenting, tool tech Healthy Tech, Parent ResourcesThree Traits of Drool Tech
There are really two types of tech: Tool Tech: Helps us create Drool Tech: Helps us consume We've previous about the difference between Creating vs. Consuming with tech. Today we're going to look at three signs of Drool Tech: Rapid Rate of Stimulation Built In RewardsPassive Participation Let's look at ...
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