How do we keep our kids safe online?
Rules and restrictions are important, but it's really about the relationship.
We’re in new territory. What do we do? We're here to help.
Where do I start?
The digital world has changed parenting.
Practical "first steps." Learning together. Solutions that work.
Podcasts: listen now
You can delay the phone, but you cannot delay the conversations.
We're parents too. Real stories. Practical tips and support. Cyberparenting & open communication.
Your generosity helps keep kids safe.
Every dollar makes a difference.
Parent questions welcome.
Help when you need it.
Reduced counseling fees available. Have questions? We're here to help. You are not alone.
Speakers and presentations.
Events that make a difference.
Relatable, informative and practical. Churches, schools, and conferences. Real help for your community.
“Nine years ago, my daughter asked a highly-sexualized question. I didn’t know ‘this thing’ existed until I was a 19-year-old college student. She was nine and in the fourth grade. She did not have a phone. It was my lightbulb moment that parenting had changed. We’re in new territory.”
The nextTalk Podcast
How do we keep our kids safe online? How do we have real conversations about real issues our kids are struggling with? Join Mandy Majors (award-winning author of "TALK" and "Keeping Kids Safe in a Digital World") and Kim Elerick (former radio morning host and nextTalk Director) every Monday for practical parenting stories!
Are your ready for the next talk?
Parents often ask, "Where do I start? How do I keep my kids safe?"
Our video study is designed to answer these questions. Our goal is to walk you through 9 weeks of “first-steps” so you can start implementing the solution.
We’re parents just like you. We’ve recorded this video study in real-time, continually learning what it means to be a cyberparent in today’s world.
Mandy Majors and Michelle Craddock: Oak Hills Church Interview
In addition to our podcasts and video study, we also offer in-person and virtual events.
- Churches and Christian Schools
- Non-religious presentations