In this series we are focusing on those crucial moments in our role as TC staff members; moments that challenge our character and resolve, moments that stretch abilities and faith, moments that grow our skill and experience. These moments are encounters with students or those … [ read more ]
A complete list of all articles that have been tagged with "Staff Updates".
1. Primacy: Research shows that people remember what they learn first – the first point, the first piece of information. One way to tap into this ability (the ability to remember the “first thing” more easily) is to share the goals of the class or message … [ read more ]
It was time for a change. Oh, I didn’t want things to change. I was content in my role as a respected website editor with Focus on the Family, enjoying life my wife and three daughters in the home of our dreams in Colorado Springs. … [ read more ]
The Teen Challenge National Board of Directors elected Rev. Snow Peabody as the Washington, D.C. liaison in January, 2010. Snow will be replacing Dennis Griffith, who went to be with the Lord in October, 2009. Snow will serve Teen Challenge as their national representative and will continue his duties in Arizona as … [ read more ]
Pastor Ron Brown has been selected as the Executive Director for Teen Challenge Southern California. He replaces Rev. Dennis Griffith, who passed away last fall. As Executive Director he will oversee the ministry of Teen Challenge in Southern California, which includes eight centers in Los … [ read more ]
God continues to blow my mind in the way he wants to use me. I feel like David Wilkerson sometimes, in the Cross and the Switchblade, “skinny little white kid from the country.” Never had a life-controlling problem or been around those that did, yet … [ read more ]
Suzanne Smith, program director of the Women’s Training Center in Birmingham, AL, is featured in the January/February edition of Women’s Running magazine. Suzanne once used drugs to forget the pain in her life, now she runs to experience a spirit of determination. Suzanne isn’t one … [ read more ]