News Briefs: Teacher Honored, J2M2 Applications Available

Jobe Named Teacher of the Year

MERCER ISLAND, WA (June 12, 2014) — Sue Jobe, a member of Kent Covenant Church, was one of three people the Mercer Island School District honored as Teachers of the Year.

Jobe is a special education instructor at Mercer Island High School. Colleagues nominated her.

John Hartman, a parent of one of Jobe’s students, wrote: “Our daughter Raechelle was a student in Sue’s class through high school. The positive impact that Sue had on Raechelle as a student and as a person will provide lifelong benefits. Having known Sue for a number of years I have taken to referring to her as ‘Saint Sue.’ Her empathy and care for others is at her core and extends well beyond the classroom. No task [is] too big or too small for Sue to take on to help others. Sue may have been one of the original 24/7 people as she always makes time and attention available to keep everything moving forward. We would like to congratulate Saint Sue for some well-deserved recognition and heartfelt thanks for being such a great teacher, person, and role model to all.”

She is married to one of Kent Covenant’s pastors, David Jobe.

 

J2M2 Applications Being Accepted

CONCORD, CA (June 12, 2014) — The Pacific Southwest Conference is accepting applications for Journey to Mosaic Squared, a three-week urban immersion experience for emerging leaders who are 18-24 years old. It will be held July 26–August 16 in San Francisco.

Participants follow a rhythm of biblical study, hands-on experience, and group processing. They are challenged to consider what it means to authentically follow Jesus as they begin to consider their studies, careers, relationships, and lifestyles.

Cost is $750. Scholarships are available. For information, visit the Pacific Southwest Conference website. You may also email Nelly Bothi, or call her at (925) 677-2140.

 

 

 

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