Family Vision

March 08, 2021

Ep. 191 : The Influence of the Firstborn Child

Firstborn children make a huge impact in a family system. Leadership and character can trickle down from the oldest child to younger siblings, and t he opposite is also true. Join Dr. Rob and Amy Rienow, along with their special guest, RW Rienow. They share their stories, key Scriptures, and parenting strategies to help your firstborn child be a spiritual leader for the next generation. Read More

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About Family Vision

Join Dr. Rob and Amy Rienow for practical, encouraging, and real conversations about faith and family. Each episode will give you hope and encouragement to grow in your faith and strengthen your family. Family Vision is the podcast ministry of Visionary Family Ministries.

To learn more, visit VisionaryFam.com.

About Dr. Rob and Amy Rienow

Dr. Rob Rienow’s most important ministry is loving his wife Amy and partnering with her to lead their seven children to love God. He is the founder of Visionary Family Ministries, a pastor, international conference speaker, and the author of several books including Visionary Parenting and Visionary Marriage. When Rob is not fishing for men, he enjoys fishing for fish. The Rienow family lives in West Chicago, IL.

Amy’s first ministry is loving her husband and nurturing faith in their seven children. She and Rob founded and lead Visionary Family Ministries, a ministry created to equip parents, encourage couples, and help families live for Christ. She attended the University of Illinois, followed by Wheaton College Graduate School, where she earned her MA in Clinical Psychology. She is a licensed clinical professional counselor. Amy has her hands full as a mom, partnering with Rob, and serving in the women’s and worship ministries at church.

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