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The Demanding Child, College Choices & Story Bibles

We have four children, ages 13 to 2, and our second child, our ten-year-old son, is out of control. He makes any situation chaotic. He takes all of our parenting energy. We feel like our other children are being neglected and paying the price for his behavior. What can we do to turn this around?

Our oldest child is a junior in high school and we are starting the college search process. We are considering both Christian and secular colleges. What are some pros and cons of each?

What are your favorite story Bibles? How do you use them during family worship and with different age children?

On this special Q&A edition of Family Vision, Dr. Rob and Amy Rienow respond to listener’s questions from a biblical perspective.


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Family Worship: Genesis: https://visionaryfam.com/shop/family-worship-genesis
Family Worship: Exodus – Deuteronomy: https://visionaryfam.com/shop/family-worship-exodus-deuteronomy


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