Through dynamic experiences, TeenPact seeks to inspire youth in their relationship with Christ and train them to understand the political process, value their liberty, defend the Christian faith, and engage the culture around them. “Changing lives to change the world” is more than a vision statement to us. It’s what we do every day.
At TeenPact, we believe students learn best by doing. That’s why our State Classes are comprised of focused hands-on leadership training. With classes offered across the nation and for students ages 8-19, young people will quickly discover how to embrace their call as the next generation of leaders through the unique tools, teaching, and opportunities TeenPact provides.
Our Alumni Events take students deeper in their relationship with Christ as they build lasting community and grow through intentional leadership training. While events activities range from meeting legislators on Capitol Hill to team building in South Dakota, the focus is the same – training students to be influential and servant-hearted leaders.
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In a culture that perpetuates adolescence, how do we as Christians navigate what it means to be a “Man”? No doubt this long-asked question is one of the great issues of our time. Yet, regardless of where you turn, society has a different idea what masculinity looks like. In no small way, it seems, our […]
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. HOUSE MEMBERS Truett Roberts […]
TeenPact Judicial 2016 was held July 10-16 at Liberty University School of Law. 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, right?” “How was it?” “What was Judicial like?” […]