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What must go out the door?

How do we balance what we confess with our church attendance and keep up with the technological advances of modern media? What is allowed and what is not allowed? This is especially difficult for our young people when there are no black-and-white rules for what is...

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Social Media Evening

The Lethbridge Modern Media Committe hosted an evening regarding Social Media for the community of Southern Alberta.  Rev. Adams opened the evening with prayer and a spiritual message comparing Samson and Delilah with our use of Social Media. Jesse Vandenberg...

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Sexting: A Message to Young People

As a young person growing up today, are you growing up in one of the easiest times, or is it one of the most challenging times?  Most likely, you have never had to go to bed hungry.  You have likely never had to worry about having clothes to wear or a...

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A Parents Warning Regarding Tik Tok and Snapchat

It may be difficult to stay up to date with what your teenagers are doing but this is especially true in our modern age where technology is changing so much that siblings in the same family may be exposed to totally different dangers from technology.  Some of the...

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Audio Book – Pilgrim in Medialand

The Siouxland Modern Media Committee has created an audio book of Pilgrim in Medialand and has graciously shared this audio book with the Modern Media community. Introduction Chapter 1 Chapter 2 Chapter 3 Chapter 4 Chapter 5 Chapter 6 Chapter 7 Chapter 8...

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Sensual Addictions

Smoother than Oil, Bitter as Wormwood The Siouxland Modern Media Committee has posted a blog on an informative topic spoken by Rev. Witvoet on Parent's Day. This topic is for older children and adults to help us understand how addiction works and the dangers of...

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