SNAPCHAT MAKES IT EASIER FOR YOUR KIDS TO SEXT & BULLY!!

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That’s right Mom & Dad.
SnapChat makes it easy for your kids to sext and bully others without you ever finding out!!?!
Here is the scoop…
  • Download the SnapChat app
  • Take a pic
  • Text it via the SnapChat app
  • Set an expiration time for your pic
  • The pic disappears never to be seen again

The app is viral.

Kids are downloading like freakin crazy.

Kids are taking pics of their privates and no-no’s.

Kids are bullying others.

And they’re setting their text to erase in 10 seconds.

So…

Mom and Dad, it’s time to check out your kiddos phone and get rid of the SnapChat app!!

Leave a comment and let us know about any other app’s that are hot and impure!

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ChrisSprad
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Chris Spradlin (AKA Sprad) is passionate about Jesus, he doesn’t drink coffee, is bald, has a chinhawk, lives in Edmond, OK., loves to fly fish and snowboard. He has been married to his smoking hot wife Jodie for 18 years and they have 3 kiddos also known as Team Sprad. Chris if the founder of EpicParent.tv and has been in ministry for 20 years. He has served as a Pastor and Team Teacher with Craig Groeschel at LifeChurch.tv and currently serves on the Executive Team and a Team Teacher at the multisite NewHopeChurch.tv. You can find Chris on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

4 Comments on "SNAPCHAT MAKES IT EASIER FOR YOUR KIDS TO SEXT & BULLY!!"

  1. Will Cunningham November 27, 2012 at 12:26 am - Reply

    I suppose it takes a handbook to raise children now? That’s heart-warming to know. I enjoy seeing that people just somehow know that other parents’ kids are taking nudes of themselves. First off, let’s not assume. If you can’t ask your child about it like the adult that you’re supposed to be, you probably should worry about more than a harmless app.

    Why is this a bad thing, anyhow? If two people share pictures, great. They have self-confidence in knowing that the other person wants to see them. Let’s not punish all kids or the app; instead, let’s punish those who abuse it by bullying or committing a crime.

    I hate to sound like a spammer, but please, before you assume, just tell me that anything I’ve said is incorrect. Let’s not make our children hate and defy us through over-control.

  2. Momagainstsnapchat December 19, 2012 at 8:45 am - Reply

    Ya its happening in my kids school too. With the “new teen trend” kids are going out of control with this new app. The word around school is DP’s (dirty pics) and “everyone is doing it”. I am sickened. These snaps are coming from good boys and girls who have been sucked in to this addictive entertainment. Guys can’t really show much, what a buff chest? We’ve all seen that at the swimming pool. But girls, come on, ya really? Who do you think you are? Ya you’re cool…well let me tell you that all you are doing is bringing boys into the evil fake world of pornography and things like this are what starts it. Luckily my daughter used hers for actually taking places of fun places or beautiful landscaped sites, but you cant control what others are sending and you have no clue what you are going to see until you open the snap, and therefore she has deleted hers. It used to be we had to worry mostly about drugs and alcohol but does anyone else see the negative effects of social networking?? We need courageous parents to stand up and actually ask their kids what apps they have and check their usage. Have them log into their snapchat. Click on My Friends and click on their name. It will only show you the top 3 people they are sending to but it also shows you how many pictures are being sent. Life could just be so simple. Do people really need all this drama in their lives, our kids especially. Life is hard enough as it is. Why can’t we all just live in a real world and bury our virtual fantasies.

  3. momagainstsnapchat December 19, 2012 at 8:47 am - Reply

    By the way I am from that lovely state of Utah…where are our values????

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