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God designed your child’s brain to grow exponentially during the teen years. By thoughtfully understanding how neuroscience and God’s timeless truth integrates you can be empowered to approach your teen with empathy, grace and love. Jeramy and Jerusha Clark come alongside parents of tweens and teens to help them understand how their child’s brain is growing and developing ,what scripture says, and give them hope to persevere in their relationship with them. You can find their book in our store here: http://bit.ly/2J4UB76

They discuss what to do when your teen is risk-taker, when they won’t communicate, when they’re hanging out with bad influences. They also discuss how brain development affects their emotions.

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