Do you struggle to support your child's faith development in this age of screens? Do you find that social media, violent video games and entertainment, and advertising interfere with your ability to shape your child's spiritual values? We can bring a greater power to the conversation and provide hope and strength for families.
Join us for a unique discussion with three renowned experts as they discuss what different faith traditions bring to the screen time conversation and offer guiding principles that any family can use to maintain connection, hope, and strength. Host Jean Rogers will interview filmmaker and media expert, Tiffany Shlain, author of the new book 24/6: The Power of Unplugging One Day a Week; writer and speaker, Andy Crouch, author of The Techwise Family; and Amin Aaser, founder and director of Noor Kids.
Bringing Jewish, Christian, and Muslim perspectives, presenters will touch on these universal topics and more:
● How is screen time affecting families as they strive to grow in wisdom and courage?
● What can we learn from a technology Shabbat or Sabbath?
● How can houses of worship help families resist the notion that kids need screen time?
● How do easily accessible “answers” on the internet impact one’s journey for meaning in life?
● How can positive role models counter the influence of social media and YouTube influencers?
● How can faith leaders help guide families in their use of screens?
After the presentation, Tiffany, Andy, and Amin will be answering audience questions live. We hope you’ll join us!
This event WILL be recorded. Please register to receive a link to the recording when it is posted. Certificates of attendance are available for those who attend live.
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