How to Keep Your Kids Safe from Internet Pornography Reply

Did you know that the average age of a child’s first exposure to pornography is 11-years old?

You might also be surprised to learn that 79% of exposure to internet pornography occurs not at a friend’s house but in their own home.

If you are concerned about protecting your children from internet pornography, you should learn more about software filters, like Covenant Eyes, and programs for kids, like K4J.

The following video will tell you what you need to know:

K4J provides a wide assortment of kits and activities for kids that can help you keep your children safe on the internet. Here is a link to get you started:

Melissa Foley, Director of K4J Family Portal, and Kathleen Conklin, who was featured in the video, are also working to develop an apostolic project for kids called “Safe House, Safe Neighbor.” This project will encourage families who’s kids play together to sign a contract where they agree to certain responsibilities, standards for media access in the home, and to installing an Internet filter. The families can the place on their door the “Safe House, Safe Neighbor” sticker on the door, much like you see when someone has an alarm system.

If you are looking for a good internet filtering system and are interested in giving Covenant Eyes a try, follow the link below and take advantage of their 30 DAY FREE TRIAL (be sure to enter the promotional code “Secure” when ordering from their purchase page):

Forming a healthy internet culture in the home is one smart way to help insure that today’s culture won’t deform your children. If you know of other ways to keep kids safe from pornography, please, share your tips with our other readers by commenting on this article, to help them keep their kids safe from internet pornography.

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