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An excerpt from this issue’s Letter from the Editor:
Education is an important issue to see this individual/community tension at work, because how the church’s children grow and learn will help to determine their future and whether or not they are a blessing or a burden to their community.
I’m excited to publish two exclusive features in Issue 9 of #CaPCMag, both of which take on the difficult task of thinking about our ethical responsibility to community in education.
In This Issue
Two Exclusive Features:
“Understanding the Role of the Church Community in Education” by Julie Ooms: What responsibility does the Church have in the education of our children?
“How the Church Resegregated Schools in Jackson, TN” by Tyler Glodjo: While white churches call for racial reconciliation, many segregate their children from their black peers in school.
“Church Softball is the Ultimate Jesus Juke” by Brad Williams
“The Japanese Church: Healing A Wounded Nation” by Jason Morehead
“When It Comes to Mainstream Media, Hate the Sin, Not the Sinner” by Kara Bettis
“An Uneasy Education” by Erin Newcomb
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