A shift in education occurred as public school administrators across America closed school buildings and sent students home for the remainder of the school year to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus. Realizing the responsibility to continue to educate students in a different setting, many public school administrators struggled to adjust from predominately classroom content … More Post Coronavirus Could Bring Positive Changes to Mountain of Education
The majority of Americans who refer to education in this nation, think only of public schools as we know them today, but that’s not how education started in America, and a quick look at history reveals two educational systems. The first educational system was the original intent of our founding fathers. Known as the Father … More Original Intent for American Education
Most of us in our daily routines pass by our neighborhood school with little notice, unless we are required to slow down because children are present at a school crossing, in which case, we wait patiently while a school crossing guard helps the children across the street safely. We expect our town to do everything … More The Prophetic Guard in Education
Prayer for the Mountain of Education during the Month of Tishrei – Linked to the Tribe of Ephraim The month of Tishrei begins September 10th and ends October 9th. God has a redemptive plan for each month and this month we look at Tishrei, as the month of the ancients. As we speak to the … More Prayer for the Mountain of Education During the Month of Tishrei
Linked to the Tribe of Simeon, the month of Av (July 13- August 11, 2018) is associated with the time the twelve spies explored the promise land. Ten spies brought back a discouraging “evil” report, “We went into the land to which you sent us, and it does flow with milk and honey! Here is … More Prayer for the Mountain of Education During the Month of Av
It’s often difficult to see beyond the immediate problems of our planet to where we could be if God were to give us new innovations, new solutions and new horizons. We look at what the world is telling us and believe, like Chicken Little, “The sky is falling.” But if we believe that God is … More Why the Future is Better than We Think
On July 9, 2017, Jamel Dunn, Aged 32 of Cocoa, Florida drowned in a retention pond. Five teenagers watched as Jamel struggled against the water to save himself. The five teens shouted at Jamel as they recorded the drowning. While Dunn screamed for help and struggled to keep his head above water, the teens shouted … More Why Did Jamel Dunn Drown?
Prayer for Tulsa Public Schools August 16, 2018, TCI sponsored a call to prayer for Tulsa Public Schools. Thirty-six people from almost every spectrum of Tulsa’s education came. The keynote “pray-er” was Dr. Madeline Manning Mims, an Olympic Gold Metal winner. I very grateful to Chloe Allen and Sherrill Cressman. Chloe is an outstanding woman … More Prayer for Tulsa Public Schools
Lately, I’ve been reminded of the first time I took fifteen intercessors to Washington, DC to pray. Early in the planning process I contacted Sandy Grady, who had worked for years as a key intercessor for David Barton of Wall Builders. As I shared with Sandy my desire to pray at educational sites in DC, … More Don’t Back Down – Your Prayers Change History
The US Department of Education employees approximately 5000 people and has an approximate annual budget of $69 billion. According to the National Center for Educational Statistics there are 57 million elementary and secondary school age children in the United States, of which 8 million are either enrolled in private schools or homeschooled. That leaves 49 … More Should We Do Away with the Department of Education?