The Blog

April 2016

April 25, 2016

Servant Leadership in Practice

TeenPact has multiple distinctives. These are things that are essential to the ministry. You could say they are in our DNA. Servant leadership is one of the key ingredients to TeenPact. But, what does this little catch phrase mean? It is really paradoxical. Is it about serving or about leading? Actually, it is both. Let’s explain […]

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April 18, 2016

For Such a Time as This . . .

“Do you feel like your life is a five thousand-piece puzzle that came without a picture on the box? Are you overwhelmed by having to fit together all of life’s big decisions? Have you been waiting for just the right moment for life to burst into color and perfection? If so, then believe me – […]

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April 11, 2016

Giving Him My Best

TeenPact’s vision is “Changing Lives to Change the World.” We want to take the opportunity to share some of the stories of those changed lives with you in a series of Student Testimonies.   This post comes from Jude Crandell, a student from Michigan who was elected as one of three class Senators. His story is an […]

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April 07, 2016

Thanks, Elise!

Eight years ago, the leadership at TeenPact saw an opportunity for immense growth in the ministry. State Classes and Alumni Events were all going well, but there was more that could be done to not only spur students on toward active statesmanship but also to turn their hearts to desire their Creator more. A vision […]

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April 04, 2016

The Capacity of Young People

James Farragut was born in Tennessee to George and Elizabeth in July, 1801. The family had a close friend named David Porter who was a naval officer. When James was 7 years old, Captain Porter offered to take him aboard his ship and train him to be a naval officer. This was a common practice […]

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