Here is the link to the video broadcast of this event:

http://livestream.com/chapelwood/specialevents/videos/102330120

http://letstalkaboutporn.com/

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Average age of first exposure is 11 Years. 12-17 year olds are the largest porn consumers. Teens see 50 porn clips per week. 1 out of 3 youth who viewed pornography, viewed the pornography intentionally. Porn sites get more visitors each month than Netflix, Amazon and Twitter combined. 70% of boys and 62% of girls are exposed to Internet porn before the age of 18.

Some parents are in denial about it while others are terrified by it, but the truth is, our kids are facing an unprecedented tidal wave of pornography. Statistically speaking, four out of five 16-year-olds regularly access pornography online, and first-time exposure most often occurs in the preteen years. And yes, girls are looking too.  Research continues to confirm the devastating effects of modern-day pornography as witnessed by professionals such school teachers, family counselors, brain specialists, and law enforcement agents, to name a few.

But here’s the good news, parents. We don’t have to sit by while our kids drown in this epidemic. Join us on October 18 for a community wide event, sponsored by West Houston area churches and local ministries. Learn strategies to inspire your kids to avoid pornography and equip them with the tools to resist looking. Whether your child is in the cradle or in college, you’ll benefit from this.

This event is open to all parents who want a plan on how to proactively address this issue within their own families.

October 18, 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

Chapelwood United Methodist Church, Sanctuary
11140 Greenbay, Houston, TX 77024

Comments
  1. Frank Honess says:

    Will this event be recorded? Either video or audio? Or streamed online??

  2. Castimonia says:

    Frank, please contact Bond Mccall at the email address below about recording.

    bmccall@chapelwood.org

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