The Porn Project in 1 sentence: Stop Looking at Porn
But how do you actually do that?
This talk will challenge our beliefs (what is porn?, history, theology), our behaviours (addiction, accountability, triggers, lifestyle, environment etc), and look beyond ourselves at how porn might be hurting others around us (spouse, children, dating relationships, people involved in the pornography industry etc).
The goal is to be less of a presentation and more of a training. Training to equip and empower individuals (men and women), parents and leaders on how to navigate this conversation no matter if you dabble, struggle, or are addicted to pornography in any of its forms.
Moving towards practical solutions from just talk Moving towards wholeness from the brokenness. Moving towards freedom from pornography
If this talk helped you or someone in your family and you would like to make a small donation to the Charity (Worlds Apart) you can do so from this link – https://www.canadahelps.org/en/dn/15850 Thanks for any support.
This is video 3 in a series I am doing called “How to have a better relationship with our phones” This video will look at family dinners and our phones. Small easy changes that over time will make your relationship with your phone well… better
Love to hear how you deal with phones and other technology during mealtimes at your home.
I am going to give you a “report card” that we can give to our middle school & high school age children. The goal would be that we can see some areas we need to work harder on in our parenting. There would have to be at least a basic level of trust and openness in a home for a report card like this to be able to be given.
I would hope that in all areas of parenting my kids would feel that they could honestly tell me how I am doing as a parent in some of the following areas.
I would love to hear if you use this report card and how it goes in your family. If you have any thoughts or ideas on how to make it better let me know.
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Years when I was a teacher Ron Morrish came in and did an in-service. It was one of the best talks on discipline I have ever heard. I would encourage you to check out this youtube video and if you like his content pick up one of his books.
Secrets of Discipline: 12 Keys for Raising Responsible Children.
With all Due Respect: Keys for Building Effective School Discipline.
Today’s vlog is not just for parents. It is actually for any of us who use a smartphone. We need to find a way to interact better with our phones. I think we would all agree we use them too much and we could all use some strategies to decrease our time on them. So this is the first video in a series talking about how we can have a better relationship with our phones. Each session will be some simple thoughts that are easy to make. Small easy changes that over time will make your relationship with your phone well… better
In the youtube description are the next 14 videos I am going to do. If you have any ideas of other videos for this series let me know.
I cannot believe that this is the 50th video I have made for parents. For this video I am doing something a little different. I want to get better at my channel and the videos I do for people. In this video, I show you the setup of how I do my videos. If you have any ideas of how to help me get uniquely better at what I do please let me know. If you have any future topics you want me to cover please just post them in the comments or send me a message.