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May 07, 2022

Nalani Roberts


TeenPact. What is it? That’s what I wondered after my mom signed me up to attend TeenPact North Dakota’s State Class. My mom had seen an advertisement for the Four Day State Class on a homeschool Facebook page. All that I knew about TeenPact was that I would be learning about the U.S. government in […]

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April 22, 2022

John and Kirsten R. Moore


In 2005, John Moore and Kirstin Roseveare met at TeenPact Colorado. John, from Arkansas, was staffing the Colorado class. Kirstin, a resident of Colorado, was a returning student. When they met at that class, they had no idea that their paths would cross again a few years later.    After serving as Interns with TeenPact […]

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March 08, 2022

Naomi McCaslin


“The best part of TeenPact is that it makes you think,” says Naomi McCaslin, a four-time TeenPact Kentucky Alumna.   Naomi explains why she chose to attend TeenPact Kentucky’s State Class four years in a row. She shares that each class built upon the previous one. Once she applied the leadership skills she learned during […]

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February 07, 2022

Sophia Gebert Thomsen


As the sixth of eight children in a family heavily involved in TeenPact Ohio and multiple Alumni Events, Sophia Gebert Thomsen says, “I’ve been a part of TeenPact most of my life. I really enjoyed attending events, usually with my twin sister, Joy.”   “I’m so grateful for the training I received. My TeenPact experiences […]

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January 11, 2022

A TeenPact Before and After Story


“TeenPact has impacted me by showing me how much as a young person I can influence the world,” TeenPact Alumna Rebecca Humphrey recently shared. “TeenPact provides the opportunity to voice your opinions and to learn to think analytically. In my experience, people tend to take TeenPact Alumni seriously.  Often, people at my job have said, […]

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December 16, 2021

Encore – December 2021


Encore highlights the stories of TeenPact Alumni through the years. This month features Kentucky State Senator Adrienne Gilbert Southworth.   Kentucky State Senator Adrienne Gilbert Southworth says, “We are in a spiritual battle and need young Christian leaders to rise up in all sectors of our communities. Without TeenPact, I would not have run for […]

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December 16, 2021

A Year of Strengthening the State Class Program


Every October, the TeenPact Employees meet to review the previous year, considering strengths, weaknesses, and opportunities within the ministry. With the goal of continuous improvement, strategic plans for the next year are made. Likewise, each November, TeenPact’s Board of Directors meet to review the strategic plan to ensure a successful year.   This fall, both […]

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November 23, 2021

November Encore


Encore highlights the stories of TeenPact Alumni through the years. This month features Isaac Woodward. “TeenPact was pivotal for me,” said Isaac Woodward, Leadership Network Associate Director, at The Philos Project. “It’s hard to convey all the ways that TeenPact has impacted me because it shaped me from such a young age. My TeenPact experience […]

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October 26, 2021

Why is TeenPact Needed?


We continue the series exploring why TeenPact exists. What problems in our world does TeenPact seek to address? Our world needs leaders, and TeenPact is acutely focused on training up this generation of leaders. Laura Bishop, Executive Vice President for Advancement at Palm Beach Atlantic University (PBA) relates the significance of students attending TeenPact as […]

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March 28, 2019

A Ministry of Excellence


The following are thoughts from Zach and Alexis Kaufman on their experience with TeenPact. After attending as students, Zach and Alexis served as Travel Staffers and Traveling Interns (2016). Zach and Alexis got married in 2018.   Many students heading to their first TeenPact State Class are filled with either fear or excitement. These polarizing […]

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December 17, 2018

Who is this kid?


Who is this kid and what has happened to my son?   Discovering that no TeenPact State Class was available in the state of Arkansas was a blow to our son, Mitchell. Moving to a new state was challenging enough, but no TeenPact? What even….   That year, 1999, Mitchell asked Mr. Echols if he could […]

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