Students Shouldn’t Have to Hide Their Faith
- A teacher “humiliates a fifth grader for reading the Bible during free reading time.”
- “A student is fighting for students’ rights after a public high school banned them from praying, singing Christian songs, and discussing religious topics during their free time.”
- One couple says their daughter was banned from reading the Bible at school. … The alleged Bible ban isn’t sitting too well with parents.
That’s just a small sampling of the television reports we’ve seen within the last year about students being censored or punished for their faith.
Do you agree with us that students shouldn’t feel ashamed of—or be forced to hide—their biblical beliefs when they walk in the school door?
Well, the good news is students do have the religious-freedom right to bring their Bible to school and read it during “free time.”
Will you join us in spreading this good news?
Together, we can empower these students to know their rights and live their faith, so they can take part in this nationwide event.
Let Christian students know about Bring Your Bible to School Day.
Last year, an estimated 356,000 students participated in every state in the nation!
Will you be a part of making this a nationwide movement?
On this special day, students—from kindergarten age to college level— will celebrate religious freedom and share God’s hope with their friends. Help us spread the word by taking three easy steps:
- Sign Up; then share this link with other students and their families: FocusOnTheFamily.com/BringYourBible, where they can download Elementary, Teen and Pastor/Parent Editions of the guides.
- Share Sample Announcements with Church Leaders, so they can let the youth in their congregations know about the event.
- Join The Conversation! “Like” us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter; Visit BringYourBible.org
Thank you, in advance, for desiring to empowering Christian youth across the nation and for working with us to protect religious freedoms for future generations!