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Teen Challenge Sled for Eternity Ride!


by Scott A. Sumner

There were over 190 snowmobilers out on a cool morning February 28th 2015 anxious to get on the trails to ride for a good cause! The temperatures quickly rose and after a well organized registration with Teen Challenge staff and volunteers it was off for one of two ride options including sled head long version from Kakabeka to Shebandawon for lunch, to Shabaqua for gas and then back to the Kakabeka Legion for a great dinner.

Some $40,000 after all expenses was raised for the Ten Challenge Operation in Thunder Bay. The riders were smiling, Teen Challenge people happy and plans already underway for next years event!



Teen Challenge offers a dynamic training and discipleship program that includes academics, counseling, life-skills training, work detail, recreation, spiritual disciplines and more.  It is an intense, structured program that seeks to break addictions and help develop men & woman of excellence. 

A minimum of 12-months in length, the Teen Challenge program is broken up into two main phases: Induction and Training.  They operate recovery centres out of Brandon (Woman), Winnipeg, Denare Beach and Thunder Bay. 



401 Syndicate Ave S. Box 10443 Thunder Bay, ON P7B 6T8

(807) 345-2277


TOURS If you'd like to book a tour of the centre or are interested in becoming more involved with Teen Challenge in Thunder Bay, call 345-2277 or email jennifer@teenchallenge.tc.
OUTREACH If you would like to have Teen Challenge come and share testimonies and an update to your church or community group, please contact Robby at 345-2277 or email robby@teenchallenge.tc.
  • Unity among our staff and students
  • Wisdom to use the resources the Lord has provided in the best possible way
  • Meat
  • Fresh groceries
  • Bedding
  • Socks & underwear (new)
  • Superstore Superbucks
  • Canadian Tire Money


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