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Pastors for Tennessee Children mobilizes the faith community to support our neighborhood and community schools.
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'Teachers are heroes': Teacher goes above and beyond to surprise student with special needs ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁦⁦
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Pastors For NC Children Mar 30
Monday Day 29: We pray for Legislators and Leaders to put the common good for all children above their own personal interest or political parties. We pray for state and federal legislation that embraces and supports the whole child. (/3)
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Pastors for Tennessee Children Mar 29
Lenten Prayers for Schools- Sunday Reflection
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Pastors for Tennessee Children Mar 28
A message of hope from Reverend David Kidd.
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Pastors for Tennessee Children Mar 27
It is well with my soul.
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Marla Kilfoyle Mar 25
The Pastors for Children Network invites you to join them in praying for Public Schools during Lent Go here for more info
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Pastors For NC Children Mar 24
Replying to @pastors4nckids
We pray they find the courage to always keep children at the forefront of their decisions. Amen. (2/2) Get the Full 40 Day Guide to Lenten Prayers For Schools:
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Pastors For NC Children Mar 24
Tuesday Day 24: We pray for the principals, assistant principals, district leaders, and superintendents who are entrusted with difficult decisions and know they will be held accountable for their work.
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Stevie Van Zandt Mar 21
This is important! Check it out!
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Pastors for Tennessee Children Mar 19
2 Timothy 1:7 “For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind.”
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Pastors for Children Mar 19
To our beloved and friends: a spiritual and pastoral message: “Faith knocked at the door. Faith answered. No one was there.”
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Marla Kilfoyle Mar 18
The Pastors for Children Network invites you to join them in praying for Public Schools during Lent Go here for more info
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Network4PublicEd Mar 16
Tell Betsy DeVos to Shut Down the Tests. Right now, our efforts focus on keeping students safe and reducing their stress. NPE makes it easy to send an email today -
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Hey, pass that Lysol! Mar 16
Have you seen ANY agency (public or private) scramble as much as public schools have to ensure that hungry children are fed? Proud of the tireless work of my friends!
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Diane Ravitch Mar 11
We need more testing for coronavirus, less standardized testing for students.
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Pastors for Children Mar 13
“Now more than ever, it is crucial that we practice our Savior’s call to love our neighbors, especially the most marginalized.”
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Pastors for Tennessee Children Mar 11
Lenten Prayers for Schools ❤️
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Cliff Vaughn Mar 10
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Pastors for Children Mar 9
Let us remember during these tense and anxious times that the local public school is the only place where many poor children get adequate and nutritious meals. If it shuts down for any period of time, those children will be hungry.
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