Host:Dr. Tim Clinton
The intimidating evolution of technology and social media have created a virtual chasm between children and their parents today. Dr. Tim Clinton dissects this tough subject with David Eaton, president of Axis, an organization dedicated to helping parents bridge the communication gap. They examine the addictive relationship teens have with their smartphones, and provide tips for parents on developing constructive dialogues with their kids.
David Eaton is the president of Axis, which he co-founded in 2007. Axis was created to help adults navigate teen culture through a biblical lens and equip them for meaningful conversations that build lifelong connections. Every year, Axis speaks to over 10,000 students face-to-face; and every month, their digital products equip 120,000 parents, grandparents, pastors and teachers. In 2018 alone, it is estimated that Axis helped caring parents start 1.7 million conversations they otherwise wouldn't have had with their 8 to 18-year-olds. David has led partnerships between Axis and Family Schools International, Compassion International, Life Today, MOPS, Young Life, Youth for Christ, Word of Life, Moody Radio, and The Colson Center, among others. He is a regular guest on the Canadian television show, 100 Huntley Street. David and his wife, Lindsay, reside in Colorado with their three children.