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Mark Strohm

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Mark has been working with families through churches and schools for more than 25 years.

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Take a look at the research and listen to some stories from parents on how much screen time (TV, computer, video games, etc.) is too much. Join us for some discussion on alternatives and the Campaign for a Commercial-Free Childhood's... more

Interview with guest Cathy Riccio. Cathy is author of the TT article: When Thrifty Is Not Enough - the story of her difficult journey through her husband losing his foot and his income and how God used family and friends to help Cathy, her... more

Join Mark Strohm in a discussion on Family Devotions. In today's fast paced world many find it difficult to accommodate family devotions and others have never even heard of family devotions. The reasons for and ways to have family devotions... more

Mark Strohm, editor of The Thrifty Times (thriftytimes.com) will share fun and inexpensive vacation ideas. Pl;ease call in with your ideas and any "saving brags" you would like to share!

Richards in his Expository Dictionary says Love is "the grandest theme of Scripture." But today more and more individuals are confusing temporary happiness with true, sacrificial love. We will explore how a parent can show real... more

As Christians we want to keep our children safe while online. But internet filters can be confusing and frustrating. It seems like they take forever to learn how to use. Join me as we explore: alternatives to filters free options when is the right... more

After watching the white house conference on Bullying as broadcast online, I have a few reflections. For 5 years I have been speaking on Cyber Safety and listening to many parental concerns as well as looking at the research. I will discuss... more

Christian parents don't need to unplug, but some basic precautions are wise. Discussion on how to be a wise parent when it comes to TV and Video viewing.

Truth: The typical parenting methods do not work on defiant children. Effective methods will be discussed.

Mark will explore simple but effective steps to keep your child safe in a digital world.

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