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Most teachers can’t wait to be off for the summer. No more grading, lesson planning, noisy classrooms or ringing bells. Shortly after summer hits, however, many teachers begin to miss their students, classrooms and joy that being a Christian school teacher brings.
Jyremy Reid, who hosts Potomac Conference's podcast, says that God teaches him an effective message with just about everything he creates.
A plumber has already fixed the broken pipe for $6,000. Another $11,000 of plumbing work will still need to be performed to prevent another flood. The downstairs is still unusable.
Takoma Park City Council leaders recently honored Erwin Mack, head elder at Sligo church (Takoma Park, Md.), for his efforts in bringing faith communities together to work with business in order to improve the city.
Jesus seeks to have an intimate relationship with each of us—not to add to His earthly riches, but that His sheep may gain heavenly riches.
“Single moms are one of the fastest-growing segments of population in the region of Danville, Va.,” explains Brenda Kilgore, the Single Moms Ministries coordinator for Potomac Conference's Piney Forest church.
When you walk through my classroom door, I see a person with limitless learning potential. In order to tap into that potential, I design everything with a specific purpose in mind.
Andrews University (Mich.) recently hosted its annual SciFest 2019 STEM weekend where students, including juniors and seniors from Takoma Academy and Pine Forge Academy were invited to create experiments in a college STEM laboratory.
Although Potomac Conference's Camp Blue Ridge in Montebello, Va., temporarily closed its doors for regular business hours last season, God didn’t stop using it as a ministry.