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2016 Elected Officials

TeenPact’s 2016 national student body elections were hosted by TeenPact Network News onsite at National Convention 2016. The following individuals, recognized for their character, charisma, and heart to serve were elected to office by their peers Friday, May 27th, 2016. Thank you for each being an example of Christ-like, servant leadership. PRESIDENT & VICE PRESIDENT Jeremiah Fitzpatrick & Amanda… Read more »

Student Testimony: Abigail Kent

TeenPact Judicial 2016 was held July 10-16 at Liberty University School of Law. If you missed our recap post about the event, please click here. Today we bring you a student testimony written by our friend, Abigail Kent, from Oklahoma.  After returning from TeenPact Judicial, many of my friends have asked, “You went to a law school camp,… Read more »

“This Is Good”

On July 10th we welcomed a record-breaking number of students to the beautiful campus of Liberty University. Gathered from over 20 states for this one-of-a-kind intellectual experience, students who attended TeenPact Judicial had an incredible week! “Coming into the week, I didn’t know what to expect. TeenPact Judicial exceeded all expectations. Leaving Judicial, I feel… Read more »

My Last TeenPact Event

Written by Titus Hobbs I was doing something I never thought I would have to do. I was on my way to my last TeenPact event. As I flew into Richmond I grew slightly discouraged. I started questioning myself about the classes that I had attended and even staffed. “Did I actually “change” anyone’s lives? Had… Read more »

Meet Your 2017 Interns!

TeenPact was founded with a mission to train youth to understand the political process, value their liberty, defend the Christian faith, and engage the culture at a time in their lives when, typically, they do not care about such things. This remains our mission today. From the first State Class in Georgia in 1994 to the… Read more »

REVIVAL: Awakening to Our First Love

This fourth installment of our Ministry Distinctives series is written by Class Director Bob Chambers. Bob and his wife Joy are the parents of eight children, many of whom have participated in TeenPact as students and volunteer staff. Mr. Chambers has more than 35 years of pastoral experience and holds a Masters in Theology from Southwestern Seminary. Based in Orlando, FL,… Read more »

TeenPact Back to DC

“At Back to DC our family began to understand TeenPact’s mission. Yes, it is a leadership school. Yes, it is a government class. And, Yes, it is a lot of fun. But, truly, TeenPact is a ministry of Jesus Christ.” — A parent from Back to DC last year Hey there! My name is Quinton… Read more »

The Jimmy Brazell Community Impact Scholarship Award

TeenPact Leadership Schools, in conjunction with the Jimmy Brazell Foundation, presented the Fifth Annual Jimmy Brazell Impact Scholarship Award to TeenPact student Josiah Wolfe from North Carolina. Josiah shared his award-winning essay on May 28th at National Convention 2016. His essay was written in response to the topic question, “How have you impacted the world… Read more »

TeenPact Survival

I remember it like it was yesterday. I was fifteen years old. I had been to one State Class, no other Alumni Events. We made the decision to go to TeenPact Survival only hours before the start of the event. From Portland we drove three hours north. From Seattle, another 9 hours east to the new… Read more »

The Need for Excellence

This third installment of our Ministry Distinctives series is written by Class Director August Huckabee. August is a former TeenPact intern who spends multiple weeks each spring working with staff teams around the country. When he isn’t class directing, August serves as the Resident and Administrative Director at Worldview at the Abbey – a bridge… Read more »