You’re invited to the 4th Annual Teachers Who Pray Conference: “Education Advocacy at the Highest Level” on October 31st, 9am-12pm at Chicago’s Overflow Coffee Bar, 1550 S State St.
Chicago is the epicenter of education reform, which is often controversial. Teachers, administrators, and education advocates from around the country are desperately seeking solutions to persistent problems like school violence and racial disparities in student achievement. Marilyn Rhames, founder and president of Teachers Who Pray, will explain in her keynote address why it’s time to stop looking to man for answers and take our ed advocacy to the highest authority there is: God. Between each prayer to Jesus Christ, we will share school stories that reveal God’s faithfulness, love, and healing. And as we pray with and for each other, we will build a network of spiritual and professional support that restores the joy of the Lord in our work. We have faith to believe that God will hear and answer our prayers. That’s why we are TEACHERS WHO PRAY!
Tickets are $18 ($14 before October 9th)