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Listen so Others Will Want to Speak

Written by Karen McDonald-Bowman on Jun 30, 2014

“She didn’t hear my heart” “I told her but she didn’t hear my heart.” I overheard this as I was walking by two individuals talking. This conversation could have easily been about any combination of people. It could have been an individual talking about their … [ read more ]

Arise Internships

Written by Guest Author on Jun 27, 2014

“Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise his name.” –Psalm 100:4 Where are you sending your worship leaders? The ones who have a passion for worship and music? Are you helping to facilitate training and discipleship … [ read more ]

Your Dreams and Goals to Reality

Written by Karen McDonald-Bowman on Mar 11, 2014

“You are never too old to set another goal or to dream a new dream”—C.S Lewis. Where are you at this point in your personal life and ministry? Are you completely happy with where you are or are there areas in which you would like … [ read more ]

Arise Internships

Written by Guest Author on Mar 11, 2014

By Michael Falknor, Teen Challenge staff member. It’s been a little over 6 months since I have gotten back from the Arise Worship Internship program in Owensboro, Kentucky. There have been some exciting developments here at Delmarva Teen Challenge and I look forward to sharing … [ read more ]

Excellent Training is not enough

Written by Dave Batty on Mar 10, 2014

Through years of ministry with Teen Challenge I have lived with an unspoken myth—excellent training in Teen Challenge will produce excellent results in your ministry. A few months ago, that myth was exposed by a comment made by Karissa McCarter, the director of corporate training … [ read more ]

Physically-well

Written by Allen Turley on Sep 17, 2013

“. . . Teen Challenge endeavors to help people become mentally-sound, emotionally-balanced, socially-adjusted, physically-well, and spiritually-alive.” When students come into the program most feel beat-up. The abuse has taken its toll on their bodies. Just look at the student “before” pictures. Poor health is reflected … [ read more ]

Moments That Matter – Resolving Conflict (Part 2) Consequences

Written by Allen Turley on Jul 22, 2013

The focus of these articles is to help you equip the students with healthy conflict resolution skills.  In the first installment of this series on resolving conflict we discussed, “What is conflict?”  In part two we review the consequences of unresolved conflict. It can be … [ read more ]

New ELP Website ­— elp.tc

Written by Patty Baker on Apr 05, 2013

The ELP team is beyond excited to unveil the new ELP website! This website will serve several purposes: • Communicate the purpose and intent of the ELP • Provide an overview of content and structure for each Level of the ELP • Provide specific implementation … [ read more ]

Moments That Matter – Dealing With Disrespect (Part 1) Root Causes of Disrespect

Written by Allen Turley on Mar 12, 2013

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 ]

Moments That Matter – Introduction

Written by Allen Turley on Jan 28, 2013

  My journey thus far with Teen Challenge has been an amazing one. When I started in 1984, I would never have imagined that I would still be here almost 29 years later. I began ministry at TC at the age of 21 and, the … [ read more ]