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Raising A Flawed Child

Air Date 09/08/2017

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While many of us want perfection from our children, Dr. Robert Lewis explains that we need a different goal. Listen to the full program here.

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Robert Lewis

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Robert Lewis is a popular public speaker and a best-selling author whose books include Raising a Modern-Day Knight, The Church of Irresistible Influence and Building a Win-Win Marriage. His Men's Fraternity video series is internationally-recognized and has been used in thousands of churches and hundreds of businesses and prisons. Robert spent more than 20 years as the teaching pastor and directional leader for Fellowship Bible Church in Little Rock, Ark. He continues to be very involved in local church ministry, teaching and leading Sage Works, which offers vision and serving opportunities to church members 55 and older, and Adventures for Life, a ministry aimed at building better men and dads. Robert and his wife, Sherard, have four grown children and nine grandchildren.