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“Jesus is Sovereign”

TeenPact’s vision is “Changing Lives to Change the World.” We want to take the opportunity to share some of the stories of changed lives with you in a series of Student Testimonies.

This first installment comes from Luke Tribble, an Alumni student who attended the Arkansas State Class last week. Enjoy his testimony from the class and look for more to come!

One thing that God laid on my heart throughout the week at TeenPact was to trust Him.

You see, I’m a huge big-picture thinker.  If everything went ‘perfectly’, I’d have my life planned out way into my 30’s.  The great flaw in this thinking is the assumption that I’m in control of every aspect of my life. Do I  really have control over my circumstances, my family, my friends?  No. Do I have control over my own body?  Can the heart be controlled pumping blood throughout the body? No.  So then, how can I think that I am in control of my life? This is why Jesus said to trust Him. He is sovereign and is in control of yesterday, today, and every tomorrow. What a blessing and relief it is to trust Him in my day-to-day life.

“Jesus is sovereign and is in control of yesterday, today, and every tomorrow.”

I implore you to let God be your guide.  As the saying goes, “Although you can’t know what your future holds, you can know Who holds your future.”

TeenPact has helped me to grow closer in my walk with the Lord. The staffers are simply incredible! They are always ready to help out whenever help is needed and genuinely care for all the students. The speakers are exemplary with each covering current topics in exciting ways. I recommend TeenPact’s State Class Program because the experiences afforded to you, the people you meet, and the environment provided in which to seek God, will change your life.

“TeenPact has helped me to grow closer in my walk with the Lord.”

For more information, or to register for a class near you, visit teenpact.com/fourday.

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