*The event has already taken place on this date: Wed, 07/08/2020
Instagram is currently the most influential social media app in the lives of our children, altering their character and decisions on a daily basis.
With over 1 million advertisers, 45 billion photos shared, and close to 300 million selfies, users are navigating a plethora of sources competing for their attention. These sources strategically lure our kids into temptations, addiction, and behaviors inspired by insecurity.
Join Kelly Newcom, author, speaker, and founder of Brave Parenting, as she walks through setting up a new account, engagement features, communication capabilities, navigation tools, dangers, and safety settings.
Kelly will also discuss how to protect our kids from ideologies of perfection, awareness of mental illness, and bullying behaviors by turning them into opportunities for character development and growth instead. Having an intimate understanding of Instagram will allow parents to thoughtfully set boundaries and cultivate safe, calm, and healthy conversations as a family. Parenting alongside technology can be tough, but with expert insight, and a supportive and parent community, we can bravely love and help our kids navigate the technology world.
“To educate and equip parents to do the brave hard work of raising kids of character in a culture of technology and temptation” - Kelly Newcom, Founder of Brave Parenting
This one-hour webinar is the first of a series on the “Three Big Socials” and will include interactive Q&A dialogue with Kelly Newcom.
Three Big Socials Webinar Series:
Part 1: Instagram
Part 2: SnapChat
Part 3: TikTok
This event is co-hosted by San Antonio Marriage Initiative and Decade of Family
Kelly is founder and executive editor of Brave Parenting. She is a part time pharmacist, foster-adoptive parent of 7 children, public speaker, and writer. She is a speaker and writer. Kelly is passionate to see others bravely parent counter to culture and societal standards. She believes parenting is Kingdom work and must done with the courage and bravery of a warrior of God.
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