Enjoy 120 trigger reflections in this book – connect new neural discoveries about human brains, that showcase possibilities for a lived experience of divine graceYou’ll enjoy the book far more if you plan to use it as prompts to write, discuss, and reflect about your brain’s capability when inspired by grace?
The book is NOT a thesis on grace or on brains – but it’s a series of triggers that invite your wisdom and stories into every page. All ideas are based in 40 years of study and research, which can often be traced at my blog brainleadersandlearners.com.
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Adults, college students, and upper grades will enjoy these passages that spark fun roundtables, offer writing triggers, or support team projects. Gain insights about your awesome brain, as it operates within the wonder of divine grace as a lived experience
, so that differences only add to your growth as you message new ideas and apply what fits. Work alone or in teams – to show evidence of your incredible results to find grace when you lose your shoes.
Curiosity becomes a daily adventure
especially in these short passages are designed to awaken grace and create new neuron pathways on both the left and the right side of your brain. Tackle topics that interest you as 127 pages offer facts, thoughts, applications and challenges!
Hopefully you’ll also enjoy the many visuals included
and these can be used as posters or simply as spatial triggers for your visual intelligence.
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