As far as phases of life go, puberty is probably the most awkward.

Zits, body hair, strange new odors, breasts, cracking voices, and the list goes on. The transition from childhood to adulthood makes for some strange new life experiences.

That’s why it’s helpful to have a guide. Someone who’s been there, done that, and can help you see your way through.

Listen as Brooke McGlothlin and Erin Mohring talk about Luke and Trisha Gilkerson, authors of Changes: 7 Biblical Lessons to Make Sense of Puberty, about this vital conversation between parent and child, and how to make it as painless as possible!

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Biggest Takeaways You Don’t Want to Miss:

>> Have you been wondering when the right time is to talk to your children about puberty?

>> Why is important for you to lay a foundation with your children before you talk about  puberty ?

>> Do we talk with our kids about sex or puberty first?

>> Did you know that even an immature 12 year old can understand “the talk.” It’s a part of God’s design.

>> What does it mean to be a “sexually mature” individual?

>>Did you know that puberty actually has a spiritual significance?

Check out these highlights:

Welcome and Introductions

{49:02} Brooke asks,”When is the right time to talk with our children about puberty?”

{45:15 } A listener wrote in and shares that she feels like her kids aren’t ready for the talk because they are maturing slower than the average child. Which book should she go through first?

{40:05 } The divine purpose of these changes are discussed.

{39:00 } Luke gives a caution to parents!

{35:10 } Erin asks, “Why was your book “Changes” set up the way you set it up, and can a non-homeschooling family approach it the way you set it up?”

{28:49} Brooke shares about how she approaches going through the books with her boys.

{28:40 } Brooke asks, “What is the spiritual significance of puberty?”

{15:55} Should we joke with our kids about puberty?  Luke gives some thoughts.

{16:00) Erin asks, “How can we overcome the problem of communicating to our children that sex is bad?”

{9:10) Wrap up questions from our viewers!