Culture 5:11 Mission:

Fighting for dignity by Bringing awareness to teens, young adults, and parents about the counter-worthy messaging in the culture. 

 

The goal is real worthiness and true beauty.  We are advocates for dignity. Aligning family values with media consumption, encouraging a discipline around the use of social media, and educating on the addictive nature of pornography are important tools to empower self-worth.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Kim Mosko: Co-founder /Director/Speaker               

I graduated from the University of Colorado with a finance degree and from the University of Denver with an MBA.  I enjoyed working in commercial real estate investing until my children were 3 and 7 years old when I decided to leave the corporate world and stay at home. 

 

I consider my greatest blessing the birth of my two daughters now 20 and 24.  My husband Stew and I loved raising our girls and spent many hours in volleyball gyms cheering them on. I am now pursuing my passion of fighting for a world with less objectification and more authentic connection.  I believe we can be engaged with our youth in a way that will provide a connection and direction to navigate the digital world with dignity.

 

I was honored to have served on the Board of the Denver Children’s Home and the Colorado Cancer Research Program.  

 

“Train up a child in the way he should go and when he is old he will not depart from it."  Proverbs 22:6

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Suzanne Giltner: Co-founder/Speaker 

My passion is my family and my faith. I have been married to my husband Jeff for 29 years, and we have been blessed with four daughters, a son in law and a brand new grandson!

 

I have a bachelors degree in communication from Arizona State University.  After a brief career in the hospitality industry, I knew I wanted to be a full-time mom. I loved volunteering at my children's schools and have also served as a board member at Real Choices Pregnancy Center (now Marisol Health). 

 

Raising 4 daughters in today's culture is a challenge, to say the least. It has been my priority to be involved, engaged and be an active participant in my girl's lives. My goal is to bring awareness of the challenges in our culture to parents and educators and encourage real connection with our children. 

 

“For I know the plans I have for you, declares the Lord, plans for welfare and not for evil, to give you a future and a hope.”  Jeremiah 29:11

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Mia Garneau: Outreach Homeschool/church groups

 

I often tell people, “We had so much fun! They were the best days of my life and I’d do it all over again!” I still feel that way!

 

My husband, of 33 years, and I decided to try homeschooling our two daughters. We thought we would try schooling them ourselves for just a few years but those few years turned into 15 and before we knew it, they were graduating high school and off to college! We now have an amazing 5th-grade teacher and an amazing NICU nurse and two wonderful sons-in-law to complete our family! God was so good to us during those hard days of schooling and gave me a super smart husband who took over math, science, and PE in the high school years! It was a team effort!!! I’ve learned that “what turns my crank” is helping kids connect learning through every facet of life and providing opportunities to get excited about learning in a way that inspires them to be life long learners. I’ve also learned that parents are the number one influencers in shaping their own children’s character and desire to love and seek a holy God.

 

These days, God has me working at our home church in the finance department. When I’m not working, I love hanging out with my husband, kids, and parents.

 

“Trust in the LORD with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways acknowledge Him and He will direct your paths.” Proverbs 3:5-6

The Team

Contact

Culture 5:11

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Culture5.11now@gmail.com

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Culture 5:11 - Working to honor God in our culture