TLC ready for impact, full campus

TLC ready for impact, full campus

High school students will pack the BBC campus for training and hands-on learning during two powerful weeks this summer, developing their Christian faith and leadership skills.

Teen Leadership Conference's Week One, July 23-28, is sold out, but some space is available for Week Two, July 30-August 4.

The two conferences will bring nearly 1,000 students and youth workers to Clarks Summit. TLC exists to train student leaders to influence their churches and communities for Christ.

Registration, schedules, and other details are online at

BBC&SA Unique Experience
This summer will be the 44th for TLC. The unique conference has changed hearts of both teens and leaders, giving them a sharper understanding of skills and knowledge to enhance their ministries.

"My experience at TLC was what gave me the strength and commitment to follow God's will for my life," said Sean Masterson of Pekin, IL. "TLC is a life-changing and amazing God-honoring conference."

Students and youth workers from across the country attend workshops and enjoy worship sessions throughout the week. The week-long event teaches and trains students for Christian leadership in their homes, schools, and churches.

Watch videos from previous conferences here.

"I feel like I learned so much in the four days we had," said Matt Lipscomb of Denver, PA. "My mind was just so overfilled with the Gospel and the words of the speakers."

Powerful Speakers
Featured speakers are ministry veterans and come from a range of backgrounds. This year's presenters include Errol Morgan, Andy Giessman, Dwight Peterson, Glenn Amos, Tony Tice, and Mike Show.

More information on speakers is online at

Workshops take place each afternoon and are practical, helpful sessions for students' development and ministry.

Free time for games, ministries, powerful evening events, and time alone for prayer and reflection is all part of the experience of TLC. It offers a special time of connection for students and youth workers.

Before TLC's two weeks, Junior High Boot Camp offers seventh- and eighth- grade students a special week to help them understand the basics of the Christian faith and build a strong foundation for future growth.

Now in its third year, 2012 Boot Camp will be July 16-20. Get details at

Baptist Bible College & Seminary offers an outstanding Christian education through on-campus, online, and other distance learning options. Students go beyond the ordinary, learning to learn and serve with excellence as they gain critical leadership and life skills.

To learn more, go to or call 570.586.2400.

Posted on: 7/17/2012 8:31:54 AM

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