Did you know that students have recently been ordered to stop reading their Bibles during free time at school?
Focus on the Family is sponsoring a new religious-freedom event, designed to help empower Christian students to be unashamed of their biblical beliefs. The first-ever “Bring Your Bible to School Day” will be celebrated on Oct. 16. On this day, thousands of students nationwide will voluntarily take their Bibles to school—to visibly celebrate religious freedom and share God’s hope with peers. You can be part of the solution and help share God’s hope by:
- Letting as many Christian students as possible know about this key event by sharing www.focusonthefamily.com/bringyourbible, so they can sign up to participate and download the free student guide.
- Share the free guide with your church leaders so they can let the youth in their congregation know about the event. You can also direct them to the “For Pastors” section.
- Share these free resources with friends and students using social media!
By taking these actions you are being part of the solution. “Bring Your Bible to School Day” will help remind our students of their constitutional rights – but more important than that, it will encourage our youth to be unashamed of the Gospel (Romans 1:16, ESV) and share their faith.