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  • 08/11/10
    CDF Freedom Schools® Program Operating Principles 2011
    The operating principles and dates for the 2011 CDF Freedom Schools program.
  • 08/10/10
    CDF Freedom Schools® Estimated Site Budget 2011
    The estimated site budgets (standard and enhanced) for the 2011 CDF Freedom Schools program.
  • Children's Sabbaths cover 07/30/10
    2010 National Observance of Children's Sabbaths Manual, Jewish Resources for Children's Shabbat
    "Jewish Resources for Children's Shabbat", section of the 2010 National Observance of Children's Sabbaths® manual "Blessed to Be a Blessing". Services on the Children's Shabbat are an excellent opportunity to help focus the congregation on the links between Torah readings, Jewish tradition, and the reminder that we are blessed to be a blessing and lift up the next generation. Children's Shabbat services also serve as a time to affirm the work of your congregation on behalf of children and to challenge members to continue and expand their responses to the needs of children locally and nationally.
  • Children's Sabbaths cover 07/30/10
    2010 National Observance of Children's Sabbaths Manual: Action Ideas for the Children's Sabbaths Weekend and Throughout the Year
    The actions that you plan for the Children's Sabbath weekend and for the year that follows are an essential part of the Children's Sabbath. As important as the worship experiences and educational sessions are, it is vital to plan actions that will help translate that prayer and inspiration, that awareness and information into new hands-on service and justice-seeking advocacy for children that will create real, measurable change for children and truly bring a better tomorrow. So, are you ready to plan? There are two kinds of action to plan for your Children's Sabbath: hands-on service and advocacy activities for the Children's Sabbath weekend itself, and actions that can be carried out throughout the year to come to make a lasting difference for children.
  • Children's Sabbaths cover 07/30/10
    2010 National Observance of Children's Sabbaths Manual: Resources for Faithful Child Advocates
    "Resources for Faithful Child Advocates" section of the 2010 National Observance of Children's Sabbaths® manual "Blessed to Be a Blessing". This section contains useful resources which may be useful to you and your place of worship as you work to create change for children today and bring hope and a better tomorrow. In addition to exploring the resources from your own religious tradition, you may find that resources from another tradition are informative and useful as well.
  • Children's Sabbaths cover 07/29/10
    National Observance of Children's Sabbaths Manual, Multi-Faith Section
    Multi-Faith Section for the 2010 National Observance of Children's Sabbaths® manual "Blessed to Be a Blessing". This section includes a suggested outline and resourcesfor you to create your own multi-faith Children's Sabbathservice that is inclusive, respectful of different traditions,focused on the Children's Sabbath core themes, andadaptable to your particular community and leadership.
  • Children's Sabbaths cover 07/28/10
    2010 National Observance of Children's Sabbaths Manual, Bahai Section
    Bahai section for the 2010 National Observance of Children's Sabbaths® manual "Blessed to Be a Blessing". This section provides suggestions for learningactivities for children, youth and adults,devotional and fellowship activities for theNineteen Day Feast for the Month of 'Ilm(Knowledge), selections from the Bah??'?? Writingson the theme of this year's Children's Sabbath,and resources for continuing the community'sinvolvement in the themes of the Children'sSabbath beyond the event itself.
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    2010 National Observance of Children's Sabbaths® Manual, Vol. 19, Blessed to Be a Blessing
    This manual serves as a guide for you and your faith community to engage in year-round child and family advocacy work and celebrating the National Observance of Children's Sabbaths Weekend. This easy-to-use manual includes resources for Baha'i, Christian, Hindu, Jewish, Muslim, and other faith traditions to use in worship services or prayers, education programs, direct service activities, and social justice initiatives. The resources can be used with one's own faith community or in multi-faith events.
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    2010 National Observance of Children's Sabbaths Manual: Planning Your Children's Sabbaths Section
    "Planning Your Children's Sabbaths Section: Ideas for All Faiths", section of the 2010 National Observance of Children's Sabbaths® manual "Blessed to Be a Blessing". This section includes various ideas to help you plan your celebration of children's sabbaths.
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