Special This Friday 9.1.23 – Mike Rowe on TBN

This Friday, on https://tbn.org at 8 p.m. ET and 7 p.m. Central, Mike Rowe of https://mikeroweworks.org/ will be on TBN talking about his S.W.E.A.T. pledge and about jobs that do not require a four-year degree.

Tune in to learn from him even if your child is still in elementary school.  Also, pass the information onto teenagers and high schoolers and their parents that you know.

Mike Rowe used to be in the show Dirty Jobs and is a big proponent of traditional jobs that actually are the ones that are foundational in society, the ones that require work.

Unless you go to one of the precious few colleges that haven’t been indoctrinated into communism and LBGT, you might spend a lot of money and your child comes out only able to do a retail job since they majored in something like LBGT studies.

So tune in to https://tbn.org and encourage others to do the same.  Expand your options.



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Social Engineering Invades Cartoons

As parents or guardians, you are probably already aware that you need to be alert about material that is taught in the classrooms, even in elementary classes, or tucked away in libraries.

And, you have probably seen the degeneration of Disney as it has taken a much darker turn.

Another target is cartoons, as noted in this brief news video.

It’s Everywhere

Clean alternatives for children’s entertainment include:

  • Pureflix (movies and documentaries for all ages, child and adult)
  • Yippee (through TBN)
  • Superbook (throuch CBN)
  • Veggietales (available in multiple formats)
  • TBN.org Saturday morning children’s shows
  • Sight N Sound (high quality Christian-themed theater)
  • The Chosen (available through an app and other formats)

Other resources are listed here; scroll down to view under “Children’s Resources”.

It can be tempting to set children in front of a TV or video while you try to get other work done.

If you are going to do that, get a subscription to a clean channel alternative so you can breathe with ease knowing that the content being delivered is building character, not destroying it.

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