Family Vision

May 09, 2022

Ep. 252 : Training Our Sons to Honor Women

Strong Christian men show honor to women. How can we raise our sons toward this vision? How can we help our sons, even from young ages, to treat gir ls and women with dignity and value? In this episode, Dr. Rob and Amy Rienow share essential Scriptures and practical approaches for training our sons to build healthy relationships with girls. They address issues of modesty, chivalry, porn, and sexuality. If you are looking for more training and equipping on Christian parenting, be sure to get a copy of Rob and Amy's book, Visionary Parenting. Discover more resources to help your family: Visionary Family Ministries is part of the Christian Parenting Podcast Network: 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.

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About Drs. Art & Sarah Rainer

Art has his masters and doctorate degrees in Business Administration. He has worked in full-time ministry for 13 years, serving at a church and a theological seminary. He has written extensively on biblical stewardship and financial health. HIs passion is helping individuals become financially healthy for the sake of advancing God’s Kingdom. Art enjoys helping churches and pastors with financial decisions. Art hosts his own podcast, More Than Money, which discusses financial principles. For more information, visit

Sarah earned her masters and doctorate degrees in Clinical Psychology. She specializes in children and adolescent mental health and development. She loves viewing clinical research through a biblical lens, and then practically applying that to help families and children. Sarah has a passion to help families and children improve their relationships through biblical application and practical tips. Sarah also enjoys serving as a leader in women's discipleship, as well as being a guest for podcasting and writing for different organizations.

Art and Sarah have been married for 15 years and have three energetic boys. They are excited that God has chosen to blend their passions to encourage and build families in financial stewardship. They want to come alongside parents to help them make wise financial decisions that impact the future of their children.


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