Raising Wise Children Parents Bundle

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Culture expert and veteran youth pastor Mark Matlock will teach you to line your family’s story up with God’s story in the world around you, helping you raise wise children who have the character, values, and mission that allows them to go out into the real world and live out a real faith. Here is wise counsel, quick tips, and a Christian perspective on how to deal with a host of parenting concerns.

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