TLC set to challenge, equip young leaders

TLC set to challenge, equip young leaders

Powerful week-long conferences at Baptist Bible College this summer will challenge teens to take the lead as they stretch others and themselves in their Christian faith.

"Run to the Battle" is the theme of Teen Leadership Conference weeks at BBC. Nearly 1,000 students and youth workers will pack the campus during two rejuvenating weeks of Christian leadership equipping from July 19-24 and July 26-31.

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A schedule, registration information, videos, details for parents, and much more are also online.

Deep impact
Now in its 42nd year, TLC has been used to change the hearts of both teens and their leaders, giving them a sharper understanding of skills along with knowledge to enhance their ministries.

Students and youth workers from across the country attend various workshops and enjoy corporate worship sessions. The two, week-long events aim to train students to be leaders in their local church youth groups and impact their churches and communities for Christ.

"When I came to TLC, it changed my look on life," said Kelly DeJulia, of Sharpsville, PA. "I never really understood how sin could really keep you locked up until I came to TLC. It was a life-changing experience. I made new friends that I talk to all the time even though we live nowhere near each other. I think everyone should have the chance to go."

Targeted workshops
Featured speakers include veteran Christian ministry leaders, including Dwight Peterson, Mel Walker, Errol Morgan, Tony Tice, Don Jackson, Mike Show and Jeff Stimpson.

Free time for games and ministries, powerful evening events, and time alone for prayer and reflection are among the special activities set aside for students and youth workers.

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Baptist Bible College & Seminary offers an outstanding Christian education through on campus, online, and other distance learning options. Students learn to serve and lead as they gain critical leadership and life skills. To learn more, go to or call 570.586.2400.

Posted on: 7/2/2010 12:30:56 PM

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