By Lallie B. Lloyd,Gay Clark Jennings
All our youngsters bargains quite a few tales witnessing the facility of genuine partnerships among religion groups and public faculties that create, nurture, and develop relationships, whereas reworking lives and groups, church buildings and colleges, for therapeutic, releasing motion, and resurrection. The ebook highlights ways in which judicatories and congregations are already offering direct carrier (after-school courses, tutoring, nutrition backpacks), partaking in group coalitions of care (with non-profit, greater schooling, and public provider courses and staff), and becoming a member of country and neighborhood advocacy campaigns for more desirable investment, coverage, and accountability.
Includes an govt precis and dialogue consultant written by means of assorted voices in the Episcopal Church, laying theological basis whereas showcasing examples of ways partnership among church and college can elevate up “education as forming people” as a technique to serve God’s challenge in our neighborhoods.
Contributors contain, plus others:
–The Rev. Ben Campbell—Micah Initiative in Richmond
–The Rt. Rev. Andrew Waldo—South Carolina’s LARCUM Bishops’ Initiative
–Louise Packard—Executive Director, Trinity Boston Foundation
–The Rev. Liz Steinhauser—St. Stephen’s, Boston
–Michael Sarbanes—Executive Director of neighborhood Engagement, Baltimore
–Mark R. Warren—Department of Public coverage and Public Affairs, UMass and Kennedy tuition fellow
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All Our Children: The Church's Call to Address Education Inequity by Lallie B. Lloyd,Gay Clark Jennings