why we care

Few Words About Us


what you will learn

Why we are passionate about your family. children. digital safety.

In today’s world, it can often feel as though technology is running rampant over our lives and the lives of our children. Technology has now become a necessity in the workforce, our educational systems, our personal lives— and even in the church. This makes finding balance in the use of screens even more challenging, especially for our children.

As parents endeavoring to raise Godly children, how do we protect them from the harmful websites and apps to which they have access? How do we engage our children in other ways, so that their time is not consumed with video games and digital platforms? We are called to train our children in the way they should go, and this starts with informing ourselves. ​

What we can Offer!

we give you the tools to navigate digital dangers

Modules for educators

We provide modules for teens and tweens that will help them understand digital dangers.

seminars + speaking engagements

Christian Avallone is available for speaking engagements and training seminars.

books + materials

We have resources, inclduing a book for parents, that will help guide you on your journey.

About the author

Christina Avallone is the mom of two beautiful, grown daughters. She has lived through and parented through some of the most significant technological changes in the history of the world. She chose to leave a successful, corporate career and stay at home with her children. Here she saw the necessity of bringing the same discipline and order she had used to manage a million-dollar-a-week 401K plan for the Vanguard Group to this new endeavor of full-time family management. With a husband who traveled a lot for his job, she often carried this task alone.

During this time, she began teaching a class called, Parenting in a Digital World. This class has been attended by hundreds of folks who came in discouraged but left empowered and encouraged. Her passion for several years has been to articulate an actionable plan and encourage parents, grandparents, teachers, coaches, mentors, and even older siblings to help their families get out from under the control of surveillance capitalism and break the addiction of technology.