“The Dark Side of the Web” Seminar was developed to educate parents on Internet dangers. Its goal is to equip parents with tools & information that will help them protect their families.

Some of the places that have hosted our seminar:

Geneva School of Manhattan (NYC)

Alliance Christian Fellowship Church (Alaska)

Wheaton Academy (Chicago)

Rochester Community Schools

Avondale Schools

Kensington Community Church

St. Ambrose Catholic Church

St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church

Roeper School

Oakland Christian School

Toledo Baptist Church

SpringHill Camp

Faith Lutheran Church

Clarkston Community Church

Building Strong Families Conference

Latest News:

-Read our latest blog: Parents, Kids & Porn

-Hear Kevin’s WJR AM 760 interview on the Internet Advisor show by clicking here (Hour 1.mp3 & Hour 2.mp3)

-Newspaper reviews "The Dark Side of the Web"

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Internet dangers face our kids everyday -

at home, at the library, at a friend’s house – and most parents don’t realize what the dangers are and how easy their kids can access them. 90% of children, ages 8 to 16, have viewed porn online and yet 62% of parents are unaware that their children have accessed objectionable websites. Parents should be especially concerned about the number of child predators on the Internet. Studies show that 1 in 5 children who use chat rooms have been approached by pedophiles.

Thanks for visiting our new website! If you’re a parent or concerned adult, check out our “Resources” section for information that will help you protect your family. Also, be sure to check out our “Blog” for news on the latest issues that are impacting kids online. If you’re interested in our seminars click on “Seminars”, “Testimonials” or “Founder”.