Wisdom in the Information Age

by Mark Gregston

May 14, 2020

The parents of today’s teens are the last of a dying breed—the low-tech generation.  Never before in the history of mankind has so vast an amount of information been so readily accessible to a group of teens.  To put it in perspective, when you and I were teens, the amount of organized information available to the public doubled every thirteen years.  Today, the amount of written information available for public consumption is doubling at an ever-increasing rate.  Available information is not the problem—a lack of wisdom is the problem. Continue reading “Wisdom in the Information Age”


Teens & Digital Boundaries

#522 – Student Story: Jade

with host Mark Gregston

Every teen has a smartphone—and with it, a window to temptations we never imagined when we were young.

This weekend on Parenting Today’s Teens, Mark Gregston talks about the good, the bad and the ugly of the digital world and offers helpful guidelines for healthy boundaries.

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