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Earlier this year, more parents than ever chose to run as...
Earlier this year, more parents than ever chose to run as candidates for community school boards in New York City. And they aren't alone: it seems that almost everywhere one looks, parents and other interested individuals are working hard to make schools—public and private—better. At the same time, schools are facing both internal and external challenges as governments attempt to control costs while still providing a quality education in a safe environment.
This week's issue—a continuation of the Sentinel's series "Safeguarding the Children"—covers several aspects of education. It shows the value of parents and teachers who are prayerfully active and how those prayers lead to greater safety and better education.
School in safety
Cheryl F. M. Petersen
"How does God see this child?"
Yvonne M. Trankle
God blesses you and your school environment
How Amanda's healing of fear helped another
Kathleen E. Fenner
Sharing Christian Science in the school nurse's office
with contributions from Susan Gregory, Douglas Stock, Brian Stock, Gwendolyn G. Stock
Contagious disease—stopped and healed
To adoptive and foster parents: what the Bible offers
Sandra Peterson with contributions from Mary Schultz, George Schultz
Teenagers and people's expectations
Simple, penetrating truth
I was at the beach one day with my cousins, and they wanted to...
Olivia Evers with contributions from Brenda Evers
One Saturday our family met with friends we hadn't seen for...
Cheryl Godfrey-Fendon with contributions from Will Godfrey
Years ago my first testimony appeared in the Sentinel
Mary Ann Jackson