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Covenant EyesThis week’s Free Stuff Fridays is sponsored by a first-time sponsor, but one I’m sure you know. Covenant Eyes is giving away one-year subscriptions to their services (a $167 value). There will be 5 winners this week.

Why is Internet protection important? The Internet is full of temptations for adults and kids alike. However, when we are honest about where we go and what we do online—when we don’t keep our Internet use a secret—this reduces temptation. When others know about where we go online, it changes how we use the Web, and we keep lines of communication and confession open to those who can help us if we fall.

Covenant Eyes Internet Accountability sends a regular report of your Internet activity to anyone you trust. Parents, choose to receive a Report of the sites your kids visit, the YouTube videos they watch, and the search terms they use.

Additionally, the Covenant Eyes Internet Filter blocks websites based on the maturity of the content on each website. Parents can create their own custom list of blocked and allowed websites and block the Internet at specific times of day.

In addition to providing Internet Accountability and Filtering, Covenant Eyes provides free e-books and other resources to help parents, those who are struggling, and wives of those who are struggling.

Winners of this prize will get a free Family Account for one year at no charge. Install Covenant Eyes on as many devices as you want—your PC, Mac, iPod touch, iPhone, iPad, Android, Kindle Fire HD. Get as many usernames as you need to keep your family protected online. A username for each member of your family means every person has their own Accountability Reports and their own Filter settings.

Enter to Win

Again, there are 5 prize packages to win. And all you need to do to enter the draw is to drop your name and email address in the form below. (If you receive this by email, you will need to visit to enter.)

Giveaway Rules: You may enter one time. As soon as the winners have been chosen, all names and addresses will be immediately and permanently erased. Winners will be notified by email. The giveaway closes Saturday at noon.

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