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free webinar with some bearded dude talking about teenage brains

my friend jeremy lee has been a busy little beaver recently, creating all sorts of cool resources and opportunities for support and connection for youth workers and parents. seriously, i can hardly keep up with him.

one of his brilliant children is parentministry.net, a cool resource for youth workers who want to step it up in terms of the resourcing and training they provide for parents of teenagers.

parentminisry.net is hosting a series of free webinars. the key word in that last sentence? FREE, of course. or “of”, maybe. jim burns was the guest on the last one.

and i’m sure jim was amazing, because the dude is brilliant. but, well, i think jeremy must have rightly felt that this series of FREE webinars needed to great increase its beard quotient. so — obvious choice, right?


yup, i’ll be bringin’ a little training based on my book, A Parent’s Guide to Understanding Teenage Brains (but geared to youth workers). let’s talk gray matter, baby!

here’s the deets:

a free 1 hour webinar sponsored by www.ParentMinistry.net
February 26 at 2 pm (central)
Use this link to register