Real Citizenship Practical Steps for Making an Impact on Your Culture

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  • Paperback
  • 108 pages
  • Real Citizenship Practical Steps for Making an Impact on Your Culture
  • Tim G. Echols
  • English
  • 05 September 2019
  • 0975861417

About the Author: Tim G. Echols

Tim Echols grew up in Clayton County in a large entrepreneurial family The Echols owned a car auction, dairy farm, and house moving business Tim s grandfather, Ed, was a county commissioner in Clayton County Later, Tim would help his dad get elected as a Henry County Commissioner.Tim attended North Clayton High School and eventually served as Student Council President, and owned his own car clean up shop, housed in the family auction barn.In 1978, Tim went to Athens to attend UGA and there met Windy Davis They were married shortly after Tim graduated with a degree in English, and Windy went on to graduate with a teaching degree from Georgia State She teaches 2nd grade at Athens Christian School.Tim, having grown up in the car business, went to work for Harmon Born, who owned Beaudry Ford in downtown Atlanta Tim eventually became the Commercial Sales Manager Beginning at age 19, Tim began to work part time with youth and at age 28, he decided to go full time in youth work with the non profit Campus Crusade for Christ.Tim eventually started his own organization, Family Resource Network TeenPact, a program of FRN, has grown to be a national citizenship experience for teens operating in almost 40 states It is headquartered in Richmond, VA, and Tim serves as President of the organization TeenPact has trained over 23,000 teens and children since its inception in 1994 Tim is the author of Real Citizenship, available on .comWindy and Tim have seven children ranging from 10 to 21 years old They have been married 27 years and live in Winterville, just outside Athens Tim has a BA and two Masters degrees from the University of Georgia.

Real Citizenship Practical Steps for Making an Impact on Your CultureA Challenge For Young People To Think Big, Dream Big, And Seek To Serve God Their Fellow Citizens By Building A Truly Good And Compassionate Society

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10 thoughts on “Real Citizenship Practical Steps for Making an Impact on Your Culture

  1. Ciera says:

    This book is pretty good I like politics so it s nice for me to read about how teens can become active in the government This book was eye opening to how apathetic our world is becoming and i highly recommend it.

  2. Emma Hornsby says:

    4.5 stars.

  3. Jodi says:

    I really like this book as an addition to our US History this year My kids are only 8 and 11, so some of it was over their heads, but all in all, even the parts that were harder for them to understand, led to some great discussion This will be a book we will re visit as they get older.

  4. zane deann says:

    3.5 I was planning on giving it three stars until halfway through, and then it gained another half star as I was interested in the journalism section Overall not bad, a little dry in parts, but a fairly good book.

  5. Ashley says:

    Loved this book It is nearly on par with Do Hard Things Would recommend this to everyone

  6. Dionne says:

    A great book about Christians making a difference in the culture and political realm.

  7. Spencer says:

    Pretty good book Mostly reviewing topics that I was already familiar with but it had some new insight and I still enjoyed reading it.

  8. Hannah Bielicki says:

    Great Book if you ever want to learn about our government.

  9. Sophia Fletcher says:

    Good inspiring story for any teenager to read Lots of info on how to be a great influecial citizen.

  10. ClaraBelle says:

    I had to read this book as homework for my TeenPact state class And let me just tell you it s the best political science book from a Christian perspective for teens that I ve ever read Rating 5 stars Recommend for teens and politicians Warning none Read 3 15 17 20