Thank you all for the advice. I'll keep working on him. He is being kennel trained and does have items he is allowed to chew on. If one of my three young kids leaves anything on the ground when we are not watching or he is outside, it gets destroyed.
I have two small children and I am constantly reminding them to keep their doors shut so she can't get anything. Fortunalty I have been able to take away most of it before she can destroy it. I also started using the "place" and "stay" command in the evening. Once the kids are in bed and I just want to sit down and not have to worry about her.
I put her on a dog bed in the living room with a chew toy...say place and stay. I don't care if she sits or lays down or stands as long as she doesn't get off the bed.
I don't use the "stay" command for any thing else but this. It may take a few days of being consistent but it's nice to not have to worry what they are getting into.
After you take away the item he shouldn't have give him something he can chew on. This will help him understand that it's ok to to chew on this but not that. If you are just getting on to him but not giving him something else all he knows is he's not supposed to chew on anything and that's just not feasible