21 Days to Better Family Entertainment

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Zondervan, Dec 23, 1997 - Family & Relationships - 139 pages
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Youth culture expert Bob DeMoss supplies sensible advice and eighteen years of experience to help families regain control of TV, music, movies, the Internet, and other forms of home entertainment. Twenty-one easy lessons are full of tips for parents who want their kids to make wise entertainment choices. Here's a creative, realistic approach to trading media overload for a better family life.

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Contents

Breakfast of Champions?
15
Door Prizes Jackpots and Gifts Galore
33
Two Ways to Watch What You Watch
39
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

Moss served as a Culture Specialist for Focus on the Family for seven years and is a leading authority on media and entertainment. Currently he is President of Entertainment Today, Inc., where he provides the tools for students, parents, and educators to think critically about media influences.

Through his writing and speaking, financial planner-turned-author Dan Benson has helped thousands of singles and couples succeed with their personal finances. The author of "21 Days to Financial Freedom" and "The Total Man, " Dan states that the focus of his present and future writing is to help mid-lifers plan, save, and invest successfully to make the most of their retirement years. Dan and his wife, Kathy reside in northern Colorado, "just downhill from the Rocky Mountains," where they enjoy hiking, camping, and observing wildlife.

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