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Supporting Public Education: Resources for Worship

This free resource helps faith communities show support for public education in their worship times.

The 33-page guide includes:

  • prayers
  • readings
  • litanies
  • hymn suggestions
  • sermons
  • and more

Contributors include:

  • Howie Batson, pastor, First Baptist Church, Amarillo, Texas
  • Bob Fox, pastor, Faith Baptist Church, Georgetown, Kentucky
  • Jack Glasgow, pastor, Zebulon Baptist Church, Zebulon, North Carolina
  • Wayne Hager, pastor, Calvary Baptist Church, Mount Airy, North Carolina
  • Keith Herron, senior pastor, Holmeswood Baptist Church, Kansas City, Missouri
  • Ed Hogan, pastor, Jersey Village Baptist Church, Houston, Texas
  • Jim Holladay, pastor, Lyndon Baptist Church, Louisville, Kentucky
  • Barry Howard, senior pastor, First Baptist Church, Pensacola, Florida
  • Charles F. Kneece II, retired public school administrator, former teacher and coach; active layperson, Bethel Baptist Church, Monetta, South Carolina
  • Brenda Kneece, pastor, New Hope Christian Fellowship, West Columbia, SC; executive minister, South Carolina Christian Action Council
  • Tom Leland, pastor, University Baptist Church, Charlottesville, Virginia
  • Emmanuel L. McCall, adjunct professor, McAfee School of Theology; retired pastor, Christian Fellowship Baptist Church, College Park, Georgia
  • Ken Massey, pastor, First Baptist Church, Greensboro, North Carolina
  • Robin Norsworthy, pastor, University Baptist Church, Montevallo, Alabama
  • Bill Shiell, senior pastor, First Baptist Church, Knoxville, Tennessee
  • Mike Smith, pastor, First Baptist Church, Murfreesboro, Tennessee
  • Carol Franklin Sutton, national coordinator, NEW LIFE 2010, national ministries ABCUSA, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania.

Other free resource sheets include:

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