November 2011

7 posts

So, last week we left-off talking about having a “training period” with your teens on Facebook. One of the most important things you can do is to teach them to avoid clicking on a link unless they are 100% sure it is legitimate. There are spyware pictures and videos posted everyday on Facebook that have …
Today’s tip: If you decide to let your teen get on Facebook, it is advisable to have a “probationary/training period” with some extra limits to ensure they know how to us it properly before you just “set them free” on the site. When my kids first got a Facebook account, we had a training period …
This is the second installment on a series of posts I am doing. If you missed yesterday’s post, be sure to go down and read that one. Today I want to share with you what you need to know about privacy settings. Privacy settings are super-important and must be checked regularly! As the parent, you …
First let me say that I am no “expert” on Facebook. I am just a mom, like you. But if you and I were having coffee together and the topic of teens and Facebook came up, there are a few things that I have learned that I would share with you, because I know that …
“Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to Me.” ~Mathew25:40 Each year, Legacy Moms families reach out to our community and provide Christmas gift and basic needs for needy children and their families in the …
I think most parents would agree that we want to pass on good things to our kids because we love them, and we hope in our heart-of-hearts that we aren’t passing on too many of our “bad traits” to them. Most Christian parents I know would say they really want to leave a godly legacy …
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