TLC Mission

TLC exists to train student leaders to influence their church and community for Christ.

Meet Glenn Amos

Glenn Amos

Glenn is committed to raising up a generation of people who are focused on impacting their world for Christ. An effective communicator who has impacted the lives of thousands, Glenn has spent most of his life ministering to junior high, high school, and college students. “Seeing students commit their lives to Christ and to ministry is my burden. I believe that God is working in this generation, and I want to encourage them toward a life of ministry and service for Him,” Glenn says.

A youth pastor for almost 14 years, Glenn served at Baptist Bible College for 18 years until the summer of 2011 when God directed him to Heritage Baptist Church, Clarks Summit where he serves as the Lead Pastor. During Glenn’s years at BBC, he served as the Director of Teen Leadership Conference. He provided great leadership to our staff and enjoyed the interaction with youth workers and students. We are thrilled to have him join our speaking line-up this year!

Glenn and his wife Jane have three children: Luke and his wife Trisha, Abby and her husband Chuck, and John Mark. Luke and Trisha have blessed Glenn & Jane with 2 grandsons, Chail and Rocky.  Glenn is also an avid Phillies and Eagles fan.

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