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July 2015

July 27, 2015

Support TeenPact through AmazonSmile!


There are many ways to invest in TeenPact. From financial support to prayer to volunteering, every little bit helps support our vision of Changing Lives to Change the World. Today, we wanted to share one of the simplest ways to support this ministry–through AmazonSmile, a charitable branch of Amazon, Inc.       Many of us use […]

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July 20, 2015

Seven Reasons Not to Miss Back to D.C.


  TeenPact began offering State Classes in Georgia in 1994.   Founder Tim Echols and a supportive group of volunteers helped to expand to other states in the South, and within five years TeenPact had started classes in fourteen states including New Mexico, Colorado, New Hampshire, Massachusetts, and Hawaii.       Alumni Events were […]

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July 13, 2015

Morning Glory


TeenPact Leadership Schools, in conjunction with the Jimmy Brazell Foundation, presented the Fourth Annual Jimmy Brazell Impact Scholarship Third Place Award to TeenPact student Anna Baber from Texas.   Read her award-winning essay below, written in response to the topic question, “How have you impacted the world or your community through servant-minded, Christ-like love?”     […]

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July 13, 2015

You’ll Never Be The Same


TeenPact’s vision is “Changing Lives to Change the World.” We offer Christian discipleship programs throughout the summer for our TeenPact Four Day Class Alumni students.   Please enjoy this student testimony from Evelyn Hanks, an Alumni student from North Carolina who attended TeenPact Judicial, June 21-27, 2015.     I first attended TeenPact Judicial the summer after my […]

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July 06, 2015

A Letter from the Director of Development


It takes a lot of people to run a nation-wide ministry like TeenPact. One of the lesser-known divisions of our leadership structure is the Department of Development. This is the branch of TeenPact that is responsible for raising funds that allow us to operate and grow. We asked the department’s director, Pam Minyard, to share a few […]

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