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Parenteen seminar should give insights on raising teenagers

Trinity Fellowship Church in Sharpsburg will host a free Parenteen seminar led by Chap Clark Saturday, Feb. 9, from 1:30-5:30 p.m. on the campus of Trinity Fellowship just west of Peachtree City, 8814 Highway 54, Sharpsburg. Although admission is free, registration is requested. To register, go to tri-church.com.

Clark is a professor and author with over 30 years of experience of guiding teenagers and the adults who influence them.

“He’s the kind of guy you’ll have fun listening to and will really appreciate the insight into the mind and heart of your teen,” a spokesperson said.

Topics to be covered include dealing with tumultuous teenage relationships, monitoring technology, and ways to encourage teens’ faith beyond their high school years.

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