There is No ‘Dr. King’ Without the Gospel of Jesus Christ

This week, from coast to coast and all around the world, people of all races, faiths and creeds will pause to celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He will be heralded as a freedom fighter. A bold voice for justice. An eloquent orator. An Noble...

My First Assignment: Haiti

Who knew that I'd write my very first post on my new self-titled blog in a van traveling up a winding, pothole-riddled gravel road on a 5,000-foot mountain side in northern Haiti? Only God could have planned this. Perhaps it symbolizes the great adventure this blog...

Sexual Harassment Happens in Our Schools and It Happened to #MeToo

Matt Lauer. Harvey Weinstein. Bill Cosby. Charlie Rose. Garrison Keillor. The list just keeps growing. But for every celebrity who has been fired or sued for sexually harassing or abusing women at work, there are a dozen cases where women working everyday jobs are...


“How to Cross the Street on Race and Take a Restorative Approach to Discipline,” Teach 4 the Heart podcast, Aug, 12, 2019

Successful Women,” Our Truth Today with Faren D’Abell, July 7, 2019

“Bringing Jesus to School,” on Equipped with Chris Brooks, Moody Radio, April 22, 2019


Why Prayer Is Still Public Schools’ Best Hope

The founder of Teachers Who Pray calls public education “America’s biggest mission field.”

Straight Up Conversation: Teachers Who Pray Founder Marilyn Rhames

Teachers Who Pray [TWP] is a network of educators who believe in the power of God to transform all schools—public or private—from the inside out.

Journalist Pursues A Teaching Career In Chicago

For education blogger and charter school Alumni Relations Manager Marilyn Rhames, the goal is to make sure all 123 alumni students from her charter school graduate from 45 different high schools.

Teacher on a mission

Award-winning blogger Marilyn Rhames is a blunt Chicago teacher with an eye toward educational and spiritual reform