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“I will set no wicked thing before mine eyes.”    Psalm 101:3

Welcome to the website of the First NRC Modern Media Committee. Our purpose is to inform parents and families of the dangers and concerns associated with internet usage and to provide guidance for protecting our families. This site gives an overview of the dangers our families face and provides practical steps families can take to prevent accidental or intentional abuse of the internet.

“When thou buildest a new house, then thou shalt make a battlement for thy roof, that thou bring not blood upon thine house, if any man fall from thence.”   Deuteronomy 22:8

Protect Young Eyes: Dangerous Places for Children

One of the most active sites for advice on dealing with online safety is ProtectYoungEyes.com. On this site, you can find advice on apps, filters, and up to date information on the latest risks. One of the articles on the site deals with the physical location where...

Apple AirDrop Warning

Original Article on Mobocip.com (click to read) Apple AirDrop comes pre–installed on all iPhones and is an app that allows people within 30 feet of you to send you images.  The default setting is to receive files from “everyone” without asking your permission.  This...

Why Should I Be Concerned About Internet Use?

We all know the benefits of browsing the internet for finding information and communicating with others, but it’s shocking to see the evil that is available on the internet, and how often this evil can show up unintentionally on the screen!

Start Here: Online Safety Planning

There’s a lot of information available on filtering and online safety, and it can be difficult to organize it all. Use this guide to the contents of the website in order to take it one step at a time. Let us know if you have any questions.

Simple Steps to Secure Your Device

Technology can be confusing and difficult to keep up with. We’ve tried to lay out a few simple steps to followfor securing your devices. Questions like “What are apps?”, “How do I install a filter?” and “What is Accountability?” are answered here.