Parenting in a Tech World

Episode 1 March 24, 2022 01:27:09
Parenting in a Tech World
Mission NextGen Podcast
Parenting in a Tech World
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How do you know when your child is ready for a smartphone? Which apps are the most dangerous for my 13-year-old? How do I get to a place of trusting my kid with social media? How do I spot signs of trouble in my kid from their use of social media? These are questions parents ask every day - parents who are overwhelmed, fearful or ignorant about social media and technology. Parenting in a Tech World is a conversation with Student Minister, Andrew Wade and Kids Minister, Amber Hudler on where to start with addressing the use of technology in their homes and provides you with a plan of action for developing a relationship between you, your child and technology.

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