The Brain Change Program: 6 Steps to Renew Your Mind and Transform Your Life

The Brain Change Program: 6 Steps to Renew Your Mind and Transform Your Life

by Alan Weissenbacher
The Brain Change Program: 6 Steps to Renew Your Mind and Transform Your Life

The Brain Change Program: 6 Steps to Renew Your Mind and Transform Your Life

by Alan Weissenbacher

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Overview

Become the person God created you to be.
 
When we think of self-improvement, our minds often turn to dieting, exercise, or productivity hacks. But without understanding how the mind works, these improvements are unlikely to stick.
 
In The Brain Change Program, Dr. Alan Weissenbacher merges neuroscience with biblical wisdom and leads you through his six-step program to achieve lasting, meaningful change. He shares actionable, lifelong strategies and tools to help you
 
  • unlock the mysteries of your brain,
  • gain control over destructive thoughts and behaviors,
  • redesign your prayer life, 
  • guide yourself into right thinking, and
  • cultivate Christlike character.
 
Set foot on a radical journey of self-discovery, where joy, fulfillment, and spiritual transformation await.
 

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781424566624
Publisher: BroadStreet Publishing Group, LLC
Publication date: 03/05/2024
Pages: 176
Sales rank: 350,116
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 7.00(h) x 0.00(d)

About the Author

After receiving an education in biology and at seminary, Dr. Alan Weissenbacher worked for the Denver Rescue Mission as a chaplain to the homeless. He helped move homeless and addicted people out of an urban setting to a one-hundred-acre farm, giving them opportunities to help run the farm, care for animals, and receive therapy tailored to their individual needs: counseling, addiction therapy, job training, and more.
 
Inspired by the struggles of his clients and filled with the desire to improve Christian rehabilitation, Alan resigned from his position at the Denver Rescue Mission and enrolled in a doctorate program. He studied neuroscience and spiritual formation at the Center for Theology and the Natural Sciences in Berkeley and engaged with the question of how to improve addiction recovery, church practices, and spiritual formation using the scientific knowledge of the brain.
 
Alan serves as the managing editor for the academic journal Theology and Science and has published works with Johns Hopkins University Press, Vernon Press, and ATF Press on the subjects of science, religion, and ethics. He authored the chapter on neuroscience and the human person in the second edition of the college textbook Science and Religion: A Historical Introduction in addition to articles in several journals, including Theology and Science, Dialog, Wesleyan Theological Journal, and Zygon.
 
Alan currently works as a stay-at-home dad to two young boys while he writes, guest lectures, consults, and bakes cool themed cakes for his kids (the fire-breathing dragon cake is their favorite to date).
 
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