Have a blessed day to all!
Here’s some great quotes I got from a book I recently finished, Raising Kids in a Screen-Saturated World by Eliza Huie published by 10 Publishing. You can get your copy, both physical and digital by following this link.
“The biggest enemy parents have in raising kids in a screen-saturated world is the same enemy who continues to seek to destroy the work of God in your and your children’s lives. Don’t focus so much on fighting technology. Rather, fight against the ways Satan sneaks in to deceive and destroy.“
“Living in a screen-saturated world requires parents and children to steward a freedom. Every time your family touches technology an opportunity is presented—serve yourself (the flesh) or love and serve one another.”
“Your kids need you to parent them, to fight for them and alongside them, and to live with integrity in this screen-saturated world.”
“Parents often assume kids will behave online just as they do in your presence. If there is one thing that can be very difficult for parents it is learning that your child says or does things digitally that they would never do in person.”
“Boundaries are not meant to shackle your children. They are there to protect them and help them grow into wise screen users.”
“In a world so profoundly dependent on technology, the answer is not to label devices as the problem and avoid them. Rather, reflect on what technology is revealing about what is in your heart and your children’s hearts and begin to seek the Lord for help there.”
“Model for your children what it means to set reasonable limits and to use technology appropriately. Godly stewardship of technology starts with your example.”
“Parents must be present with their kids in the electronic world they are living in. Don’t yield to the idea that it is not your business to engage them in what they are doing online.”
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