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TLC exists to train student leaders to influence their church and community for Christ.
Meet Tony Tice
Tony serves as the Lead Teaching Pastor at Northpointe Community Church in the Lansing, Mi area. Tony also has 15 years of student and young adult ministry experience and had served as the Young Adults Pastor at Woodside Bible Church in Troy, MI, where he led one of the largest young adult worship gatherings in the Midwest.
Tony attended Baptist Bible College and graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Bible. While at BBC, Tony played basketball and soccer. He was part of 3 soccer national championships and earned 3 All-American awards. Tony married the pastor’s daughter, Becky and they have four beautiful children: Kaylee, Tyler, Austin, and Hallie.
Tony is also a sought out speaker for camps, conferences and churches. Tony is known for his passion, transparency, humor and ability to help make biblical truths practical to daily life. Tony and his family also have a deep commitment to compassion ministries, having taken over 20 trips nationally and internationally, and are presently in the process of seeking to adopt.
This past summer was my first experience with TLC. Despite hearing about the conference from friends at BBC, I really didn’t know what to expect. I enjoyed counseling at TLC for several reasons. The first is that I was able to spend a lot of time getting to know the students with whom I was working. One of the major emphases for counselors at TLC is to have meaningful conversations with the students. I had several opportunities to have significant conversations...read more
Although TLC is programmed to specifically reach high school students, I believe God worked in my life as a counselor just as much as He did in the lives of the students. I thoroughly enjoyed being able to take part in building relationships with my girls as they shared what issues and struggles they were going through. Some of the most encouraging and ...read more