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The internet and technology that we have access to today has made it easier for children to be bought and sold online. The websites that are used are common sites that you and I use every day. This problem is in my town and your town.

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With the recent Christmas holiday, many students have been talking to me about the electronic devices they received as gifts. One of my recent conversations was with a first grader who got a phone but told me that he “can’t call on, but can do everything else.” He then pointed out that he was unable to text because he wasn’t good at spelling yet.

Being a parent today is a hard job. We are busy cooking, cleaning, taking kids to sports/dance practice and coordinating everyone’s schedules! This can be exhausting!  At times we forget how impressionable kids are.

I’ve been talking about random “chat roulette” type of apps since I started my trainings in 2012. These types of apps have changed and morphed over the years, but the function is basically the same: you are randomly connected with a “stranger” also using the app anywhere in the world. What has changed is the age of the kids using these apps.

Today I am taking a moment to shape your sky about a topic that is dear to my heart. Slavery exists in every city around the world. It haunts massage parlors and truck stops.

Our kids learn from our example. We must teach them about healthy relationships in-person by showing them what a healthy relationship looks like. The linked article is an inspirational read about teaching your daughter what healthy love looks like through role-modeling.

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