Raising Godly Kids in a Google World – Celebrating Safer Internet Day



Safer Internet Day 2016 | Play your part for a better internet

Across the globe today, concerned digital citizens are working to remind the world that the internet can be a scary place. But also that there are things we can do to experience the good on the net without exposing ourselves and our families to the dangers that exist. Lately we have been working on a series of articles regarding this very issue and will continue providing helpful tips to our families in the weeks to come.

Raising Godly Kids in a Google World Series

Safer Internet Day was started a decade ago in Europe as a way to raise awareness about the need for practicing safe internet usage. It is now celebrated in over 100 countries across the world. This year’s theme is “Play Your Part for a Better Internet” and will be supported by over 350 youth leaders, educators, and policy makers at a live event at Universal Studios in Hollywood. The event will be streamed live at 1 PM eastern at http://saferinternetday.us/livestream/.

You can get more information about Safer Internet Day and join the cause by visiting http://safeSID15rinternetday.us/.


A little more about Patrick Mulvehill...

Patrick Mulvehill holds a B.A. in ministry, an M.A. in theology, and a D.Min. in theology from Covington Theological Seminary. He attends Calvary Baptist Temple and claims John 3:30 as his life verse, "He must increase, and I must decrease." His favorite pastime is spending time with his beautiful wife, Mary Ann, and his sons, Cameron and Cooper. God has blessed them with amazing little boys, and they just can't get enough of their joyful smiles and addictive cuddles. Mulvehill’s hobbies include mountain biking, kayaking, and exploring technology of all kinds.

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