2019 Student Registration
2018 Overview of Events
Contact William Clifford with any questions at (615) 400-8671 and/or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Go to http://seltc2016.wixsite.com/seltc for convention information and view the 2017 Booklet.
We will be signing up for pre-convention, challenge, and convention events. Come join us as we look forward to the 2018 line up of events and activities!
- Convention: March 30th-April 1st (Mobile, AL)
- Participants: Grades 3-12 (select events for younger children)
We are still in need of coaches, mentors, & other helpers. If you are interested or would like to learn more, please come or reach out to William Clifford / (615) 400-8671 / email@example.com
- What is LTC? Leadership Training for Christ (LTC) is an organization designed to stimulate & encourage spiritual, mental, & social growth among young men & women in the 3rd–12th Its mission is to achieve this growth by developing skills in leadership, Bible knowledge, & Christian servanthood.
- Can I participate even if I am not going to the convention? YES, absolutely! You do not have to attend the convention to participate in the pre-convention, challenge, & display events.
- When & how often are practices? For most teams, we will practice on 6 Sunday afternoons in 2018:
- Jan. 7th & 21st, Feb. 11th & 25th, Mar. 11th & 18th
- How do I learn more about the different events?
- Come to the Kick-Off Event. We will have people available to answer your questions.
- Go to seltc2016.wixsite.com/seltc & click on the 2017 Manual (2018 will be available soon)
- Contact: William Clifford / (615) 400-8671 / firstname.lastname@example.org
- Why are we signing up now? In order to get coaches, develop scripts, register with the LTC organization, & allow ample time so people can participate in multiple activities.
- What book are we studying for Bible Bowl? 1st Samuel
History of Leadership Training for Christ
Leadership Training for Christ began in 1989 in Texas to offer a training program for youth that emphasized leadership skills, Bible knowledge, and service. Rather than competing against each other, LTC has been designed so that children and teens can encourage each other. What began as one convention in Texas has grown to a dozen convention sites across the nation. More than 12,000 young men and women from across the country now meet on Easter weekend to celebrate their accomplishments from a year of Leadership Training for Christ.
Leadership Training for Christ (LTC) offers your congregation a great opportunity to develop future leaders. Our goal in SELTC is to challenge third through twelfth graders to (1) grow in their knowledge of God’s Word, (2) discover and develop leadership skills, (3) develop a servant attitude, and (4) learn to work as a team.
LTC Events are listed in the following categories:
- Pre-Convention Events – Pre-convention events explore talents from writing to Bible teaching. These events involve using various talents and to work on projects such as a children’s book or radio commercial.
- Challenge Events – Challenge events are designed to encourage a lifestyle of study, service, and leadership. Throughout the year, students are encouraged to spend time in God’s Word (Daily Devotional Challenge), serve others (Service Challenge), and teach others (Leadership Challenge, Teaching Challenge, Bulletin Board Challenge and Worship Leadership Challenge).
- Display Events – Bulletin boards, Christian Art, and Scrapbook allow students the opportunity to discover and develop artistic talents.
- Convention Events – Bible Bowl challenges students to spend time in God’s Word throughout the year. Drama and Chorus help students develop specific talents while working together as a team. These events are highlighted at the annual convention, held each Easter weekend in Mobile, Alabama.
It cannot be emphasized enough – LTC is not about preparing for a convention. It is about helping our students grow in their relationship with God and each other. We pray that students will seize the opportunity, through LTC, to become strong leaders in their youth group, congregation, family, and community.