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Public school partnerships are a real possibility for you and your church, but every partnership is built on sincere friendship and a desire to serve. Listen in to my conversation with my friend and local school principal Bryan Adams.
Bryan is a Tennessee native, graduate of both Western Kentucky University and Tennessee State University, and is in his fourteenth year of public education. He is the principal at W.A. Wright Elementary School near my church. Several years ago, we began serving the school in any way possible, and today we enjoy a thriving partnership that helps Bryan, his staff, and faculty serve their students.
Children face many challenges and they are not always ready to learn when they arrive at school. Healthy partnerships between schools, churches, and other organizations can serve students and prepare them for greater success. These partnerships also lead to greater ministry opportunities and community impact.
Once again, today’s podcast is sponsored by Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary. “Wherever you are going, Southeastern can help you get there.”
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