Pastors for Texas Children at FUMCFW for Breakfast Meeting Tuesday, October 30

By October 17, 2018

Looking for an uplifting way to start your Tuesday — and learn how to make a difference in the education of all Texas children?

Join us for breakfast on Tuesday, October 30, at 7:30 am in Wesley Hall for a unique and exciting program geared to bringing our Fort Worth faith, education, and business communities together to affirm, inspire, encourage, and mobilize the provision of quality public education for all children.

In this “Celebration for Public Education,” hosted by Pastors for Texas Children and FUMCFW, we’ll enjoy breakfast together followed by a keynote address by Tarrant County Judge Glen Whitley, followed by special recognition of longtime Pastors for Texas Children supporter Chris Huckabee.

Pastors for Texas Children was formed to provide “wrap-around” care and ministry to local schools, principals, teachers, staff and schoolchildren, and to advocate for children by supporting our free, public education system, to promote social justice for children, and to advance legislation that enriches Texas children, families, and communities. “This organization’s purpose is to spark a strong, grassroots movement committed to standing up for our children, families and Texas communities,” says Rev. Charles Foster Johnson, who serves as Executive Director of Pastors for Texas Children.

Far from being just another education organization, Pastors for Texas Children actively stands with and for Texas children in an independent ministry and outreach group comprised of pastors and church leaders from all denominations across the state. Organized to support quality public education opportunities for all Texas children, PTC advocates for quality educational solutions that uphold the values of all Texans.

The event will end by 9:00 am sharp. Please register in advance at https://bit.ly/2yFIZ5B; there is no charge for the meal, but donations will be accepted at the event. For more information, please visit www.pastorsfortexaschildren.com or contact Rev. Charles Johnson (charlie@charlesfosterjohnson.com).

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