Archive for February 2015

New Restored Thrift Store in Houston

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The Houston Women’s campus just opened their new Restored Thrift Store in Pasadena.  They are open Monday-Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.  Thank you to all of our friends, volunteers, and donors who have helped us get this new Thrift Store ready.  All proceeds from the Houston Restored Thrift Store and all of our Restored thrift stores benefit Adult & Teen Challenge of Texas.
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We now have four Restored Thrift Stores open and operating in the following locations: Houston, Haltom City (Fort Worth area), San Antonio, and Brenham.  The stores exist so that Adult & Teen Challenge can continue to offer low-cost, Christian drug recovery services to men and women struggling with addictions.  The safe, supervised, drug-free environment at each location provides a great ‘classroom’ to teach retail principles to our students, as well as opportunities for them to share their own testimony about God’s grace through the ministry of Teen Challenge and reach out to the community.

 

Other Exciting Restored Thrift Store News: 
Haltom City Restored Thrift Store Gets New Box Truck

 

The Azle men’s campus is now driving their new box truck to do pick ups and drop offs at their Haltom City Restored Thrift Store. Thank you to Gateway Church in Southlake and to all of our other donors who helped make this possible.
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If you would like to help put more Adult & Teen Challenge Restored Thrift Store box trucks on the road, or donate to any of our Restored Thrift Stores, call any of our stores today to find out how you can donate and help support Adult & Teen Challenge of Texas and the men and women in our programs.

 

Azle/Fort Worth Restored Thrift Store: (817) 887-9497
5138 Belknap Road in Haltom City
 

Brenham Restored Thrift Store: (979) 337-9696
1306 North Park Street in Brenham
 

Houston Restored Thrift Store: (832) 831-8865
138-B Fairmont Parkway in Pasadena
 

San Antonio Restored Thrift Store: (210) 776-7772
8328 Pat Booker in San Antonio

Special Speaker Becky Spieth Coming to San Antonio

 Becky1On March 10th-12th from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Christian inspirational coach and author Becky Spieth will be the special guest speaker during the spiritual emphasis week on the San Antonio campus at Adult & Teen Challenge of Texas.  Becky will be focusing on various aspects of spiritual Christian leadership.

Becky is a strong woman of faith that believes, teaches, and lives a life of positive change and intentional growth.  She has an infectious passion for the empowerment of others, especially leaders, to reach their goals and achieve their dreams.  She is a woman of the Word, filled with and walking in the power of the Holy Spirit.  She also has an anointed healing ministry.

Becky infuses her speaking, coaching, and empowerment with fresh inspiration.  She has over two decades of success as a top level leader developing organizations from ministries to the marketplace, using her skills as a corporate executive, business consultant, television/radio host, entrepreneur, speaker, sales pioneer, and business coach.

Becky is a founding partner and president’s advisory council member of the John Maxwell Team.  She is a certified business coach with Worldwide Association of Business Coaches, is the CEO of Leaders Empowered, is an instructor at Christian Family Church International Bible College, and works at Trinity Broadcasting Network (TBN) in San Antonio and hosting Joy in Our Town.

About Us

Adult and Teen Challenge is the faith-based SOLUTION for the drug epidemic. The scope of Adult & Teen Challenge has grown over the years, and now serves adults as well as teenagers. There are over 200 Teen Challenge campuses in the United States, and over 1000 centers world wide in over 80 countries, which provide Christian recovery services to individuals of every age and social background. Typically, these services are long-term residential recovery centers which provide a life-encompassing environment through which the participant is able to change their lifestyle and develop a plan for a future free from addiction.