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A Plethora of TC Training Resources

Written by Allen Turley on Feb 19, 2015

Ongoing investment to cultivate and enrich the knowledge and skill level of our staff members is crucial. We should never think we have arrived with all the skills and knowledge we need to do our job. In the last eNewsletter we announced the launch of … [ read more ]

Prayer Summit 2015 – Live Stream

Written by Allen Turley on Feb 04, 2015

February 9, 2015 7:00 pm EST through February 11, 2015 12:00 pm EST This event will be streaming live! Join us – http://www.livestream.com/tcse Sponsored by Global Teen Challenge Don Wilkerson will be joining the Prayer Summit again this year. The Prayer Summit will truly be a … [ read more ]

Teen Challenge USA Online-Training

Written by Allen Turley on Jan 26, 2015

Teen Challenge USA Online-Training is expanding! There are now five complete courses with many more to follow. connect.tc/online-training Work is in progress to make the courses accessible through iTeenChallenge Self-paced Learning Log-on and work on a course when you wish and for as long as you wish … [ read more ]

Are You Nourished?

Written by Allen Turley on Jan 12, 2015

I was recently setting in the pastor’s Wednesday night Bible study at the church I attend when my spirit was quickened. I was soaking in the great teaching as we dug into the Word of God. I was convicted, I was challenged, I was refreshed. … [ read more ]

Inside the Walls;

Written by Skip Arp on Dec 17, 2014

Taking Teen Challenge to the Imprisoned You’ve heard it all before. Volunteers, alumni, alumni, volunteers. An incredible, valuable resource to equip, train, and send out. With the Baby Boomer generation retiring at a record pace, 78 million, and the record number of alumni graduating our … [ read more ]

New Faces in the War on Drugs

Written by Snow Peabody on Dec 17, 2014

Oklahoma’s Senator-elect, James Lankford I recently had the privilege of meeting with Oklahoma’s Senator-elect, James Lankford in Washington, D.C. on Capitol Hill while he was serving in the House of Representatives. Congressman Lankford, a former Baptist director of the nation’s largest youth camp, won his … [ read more ]

Matthew West Offers All Teen Challenge Centers A Great Opportunity!

Written by Lynette Scherber on Dec 17, 2014

Many of you already know that Matthew West often takes inspiration for his songs from true stories that people send him, and on his most recent album, one song, ‘Hello, My Name Is’, sprang up from a seed planted by the testimony of a Teen … [ read more ]

Do You Need Staff?

Written by Guest Author on Dec 16, 2014

by Darren Reynolds, Executive Director in Morrow, Arkansas Every Teen Challenge director knows how difficult it can be to find quality staff members. We also know the frustration of not being able to hire additional staff because of budget constraints. The Missionary Associate program with … [ read more ]

When Will the Barking Dog be Silenced?

Written by Karen McDonald-Bowman on Dec 15, 2014

Barking dogs! This year I have been inundated with them! A dog is one of man’s best friends and can give comfort, love, companionship and protection just to name a few of their attributes. However, if the dog perceives a person as a threat, it … [ read more ]

Are You Ready for the New Year?

Written by Patty Baker on Dec 12, 2014

Have you put together your fundraising plan for next year? Are you taking this year’s plan and just giving it a few new themes and running with it? If you raised as much money as you projected, then it may be fine to do the … [ read more ]