What can we learn from physical healing that can instruct us on healing relational wounds? Physician Jennie McLaurin and scientist Cymbeline T. Culiat have collaborated to take a fascinating look at how the body’s restorative processes can model patterns we may adapt to heal some of our relational and emotional wounds. Dr. Jennie McLaurin visits Ken and Deb to share some of these amazing discoveries that will give us insight into what is needed to heal relationships and restore community.
The teenage years, with all the ups and downs, can be a difficult season to navigate for parents. How does a parent best make it to the end of the roller coaster ride with your teenager and have your relationship and sanity intact? Dr. Gary Chapman draws from his personal parenting and counseling experience to help parents through the choppy waters of adolescence in his new book and he shares some of what he’s learned in a conversation with Ken and Deb.
Jennie McLaurin is a writer, pediatrician, and educator with degrees in medicine, public health, and theology. A national expert in community health programs, she has been involved in caring for those in migrant communities, inner cities, indigenous Hawaiian clinics, homeless settings, centers for at-risk adolescents, and special needs children's clinics. Jennie loves getting to know people from diverse backgrounds, celebrating the image of God she finds in the variety of portrayals. Her writing reflects understandings gleaned from the intersections of science, faith, medicine, and culture. Jennie and her husband, Andrew, live in the Pacific Northwest and are parents to five adult children.