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August 13, 2018

Counting down the days…


We’re counting down the days until the TeenPact Season kicks of September 1 with State Class registration opening at noon in your time zone. With the big day just a couple weeks away, our Office Team is busy prepping homework, organizing inventory from last season and ordering new supplies, cleaning, helping State Coordinators organize class […]

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August 06, 2018

Do you feel ready?


Life is busy. With the beginning of a new school year is just around the corner, are you overwhelmed by the changes on the horizon with new classes, responsibilities and expectations? Do you feel ready? Or like you still have more questions than you have answers?   Join us this fall, as we venture into […]

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July 30, 2018

Built on the Rock


The date is April 21st, 2014 and a shy, insecure 15-year-old boy is riding in the backseat of a minivan as it pulls into the parking lot. Turning around from the driver’s seat, his dad gives some final encouragement. “Make the most of your week here. You guys might make some lifelong friendships,” he says. […]

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July 23, 2018

How do we become men?


When it comes to the topic of manhood you know it’s important, probably because you know what’s at stake. You know the stats on fatherless homes, or maybe even experienced it first-hand. You know there’s a need for “real men” but find the road to attaining this title yourself rather ambiguous. Culture works overtime (consciously […]

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July 20, 2018

Meet Your 2019 Intern Team!


Without volunteers, TeenPact could not exist. The vast majority of people who run our programs are unpaid individuals who selflessly give of their time and resources to serve the Lord through this ministry. One particular group that we are excited to highlight today is the Traveling Intern Team.   This is a group of twenty-one […]

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July 13, 2018

Under Judicial Review


With first-day jitters, students arrive from Florida, Alaska, Pennsylvania, Liberty University’s very own Virginia for Judicial 2018. Sheltered by a grove of trees beside their spacious dorm, students wave goodbye to brave parents and meet friends, old and new! Over a lemonade, corn hole, and the clamor of a foursquare, talk of Moot Court and […]

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July 09, 2018

There is a Place for You


What does it take to be a godly woman in 2018? Good homemaking skills? An artistic bent? A versatile, down-to-earth personality? Athletic strength, musical talent, good SAT scores, or an organized closet? A big circle of friends or being pursued by godly guys?   No.   The only thing we need to live a life […]

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July 03, 2018

Mr. Smith Goes to… Tallahassee?


It was the summer of 1776. The Continental Congress was meeting in Philadelphia at what would later become Independence Hall. “The Virginia delegate Richard Henry Lee introduced a motion calling for the colonies’ independence.” Tensions rose, and arguments were raised from all sides. “Amid heated debate, Congress postponed the vote on Lee’s resolution,” but appointed […]

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June 21, 2018

Who’s Ready for TeenPact 2019?


The TeenPact 2019 Season kicks-off in just a couple months and we could not be more excited! Not only does it mark the beginning of our 25th Anniversary celebrations, but it’s also the inaugural year for several new TeenPact states. We know God has great things in store for TeenPact and we’re hoping you’ll join us […]

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May 28, 2018

Fill Me


The final day of TeenPact National Convention had many special moments of genuine fellowship, deep conversation, and passionate worship. It was another day on the journey toward understanding who the Great Shepherd is and what He has done for His sheep. Seeking, rescuing, forgiving, healing, keeping, and finally — filling.   Our morning worship started […]

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May 26, 2018

Keep Me


Morning came quickly after an exciting night of debate and voting. As students hustled into morning session, one could feel the anticipation building for the day.   Following the morning show which once again left students on the edge of their seats, a special speaker from Operation Christmas Child, Yuliya Shubani, spoke on the sovereignty […]

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May 25, 2018

Heal Me


Morning dawned bright and students awoke to a time of Bonjour focusing on the day’s theme of Heal Me. Bonjour is a time for TeenPact students to start off their day centered on Scripture, giving each an opportunity to pray and think about their response to the truth of God’s Word.   The call to […]

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May 23, 2018

Forgive Me


Students anxiously leaned forward to catch every moment of the Morning Show today. What began as a seemingly normal day at class took an interesting twist as the words “campaign” and “sabotage” were introduced to the audience. Through the humorous retelling of TeenPact State Class experiences, students see themselves in the Morning Show characters as […]

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May 22, 2018

Rescue Me


The clouds that hovered over campus in the morning quickly disappeared as the first full day of National Convention began. This busy day introduced many of our favorite aspects of the week including elections, sports tournaments, guest speakers, and the morning and afternoon shows.   For those new to TeenPact, you may be wondering, “What’s […]

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May 21, 2018

Welcome to NatCon18


Welcoming cheers sounded across campus as hundreds of TeenPacters gathered at Lee University for National Convention. The joyful shouts mixed with a few nervous laughs and shy smiles filled the air as first time students checked-in alongside seasoned NatCon alumni. It seemed as if everyone had been waiting for this moment for months and now […]

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May 20, 2018

Prepare Your Heart for National Convention 2018


National Convention is almost here. How does that make you feel? Excited? Overwhelmed? Are you ready? No? Take a moment. Breathe. In. Out. In. Out. Rest. National Convention is almost here, and you need to breathe. You need to rest.   But you can’t rest. You’ve been striving and striving. You’ve been searching. You’ve been […]

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