The Digital Culture of Kids (hosted at FWC) *Open to the Community*

Technology is a great thing, if used responsibly. But, digital issues like pornography, predators, sexting, social media, screen time, cyberbullying, anxiety, depression concern many families. Although many kids use technology well, Chris McKenna and the Protect Young Eyes team want to make sure families are prepared. They will unpack nine practical, actionable strategies families can implement as soon as they get home. These strategies are presented through a strong, Biblical lens. Regardless of your technology aptitude, you will feel equipped an encouraged when you leave.

Students of Middle School and High School age are encouraged to attend.  Just be aware that we will discuss in-depth details about various internet issues, including sexting, pornography, and sexual predators. These are real issues that your teens and pre-teens are dealing with, so shielding them from the conversation is not helpful, but you may wish to have a brief conversation with them in advance if these are not topics your family has spoken of in much depth.The Digital Culture of Kids

This event is presented by PROTECT YOUNG EYES, hosted by Fort Worth Christian School for parents in our area community. You do not have to attend FWC to come and learn about this important topic. We periodically host on our campus EMPOWER events, which is our way of helping to equip students and their parents to address real-world issues through the lens of a biblical worldview. This is the second EMPOWER event of this school year. Author Gabe Lyons visited campus in September to discuss issues of faith and culture during our first EMPOWER event, which also hosted students from area Christian schools.

Tuesday, February 5, 2019, 6:30pm-8:30pm

On the campus of Fort Worth Christian School in North Richland Hills, inside the Performing Arts Center.


6200 Holiday Lane

North Richland Hills, TX 76180

(between Davis Blvd and Rufe Snow, right off Mid-Cities Blvd.)

Questions: email our Middle School Principal, Jill Shelby,

Childcare is unfortunately not available. 

Registration is helpful for us as we plan for seating, printed materials, and some light refreshments afterward. There is no cost to attend the event, nor for any materials distributed during the presentation. This is our gift to our community.

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