The National Church Adopt-A-School Initiative
Training Thousands to Impact Millions
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Adopt A School. Change A Life.
Church and school partnerships represent the most strategic approach toward community transformation. These two institutions bring people together more than anything else and offer the most holistic opportunity to promote change.DOWNLOAD OVERVIEW FLIER
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Church and School Partnership Training
A six-hour workshop offering the building blocks for starting or enhancing the delivery of social services to urban youth and their families.
Comprehensive Social Outreach Training
This training equips church leaders and volunteers with the necessary tools to conduct community outreach programs.
Starting a School-Based Mentoring Program
This independent-learning seminar offers you the opportunity to gain the tools you need at the pace and location convenient to you.
Developing a Social Outreach Ministry (college course)
Developing a Social Outreach Ministry includes a study of the missional ministry of the local church.
Churches and Public Schools
he division of the sacred from the secular has led to the cultural disintegration that we are now experiencing. God never intended that such a separation exist in His world. From Genesis to Revelation, it is clear that the spiritual and the social are always to be integrated if life is to be lived as God had planned. Yet implementing this in a nation that has established divisions between the sacred and the secular must be done in such a way that respects the institutional separation of church and state while also reflecting God’s kingdom values through acts of service.
Social services to those in need satisfies the law of love while building a relational bridge back to God and the ministries offered through the local body of Christ.
At the heart of social chaos exists how a person thinks and behaves based on his or her presuppositions about how life is to be lived. To start the community rebuilding process, a practical beginning involves the two institutions that bring people together more than anything else—the church and the public school.
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