Equipping Parents With Valuable Resources
Are you concerned that your child’s faith and values will be negatively impacted in a public school? You are not alone. But, don’t look at your child’s school as a battlefield. Instead, see it as a garden where you can plant seeds of love and truth:
- In your child’s lives (teaching them discernment) and;
- In the lives of your child’s teachers (helping them understand how to create faith-friendly classrooms).
One challenge you will face is misinformation and fear among educators regarding the appropriate place for religion. But you can help clear up the confusion. Don’t miss out on how God might use you to help your school while helping your child develop morally, spiritually, and academically.
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Bible Literacy - They provide the "only First-Amendment-safe textbook that supports academic study of the Bible from Genesis to Revelation". The Bible and it's Influence is used in public schools across 43 states.
CEAI/Christian Educators Association Intl - A professional Association where they encourage, equip, and empower Christian educators to effectively walk out their calling in their schools. They offer liability insurance to teachers and more.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes - Their Campus Ministry is led by student-athletes and coaches on junior high, high school and college campuses.
Good News Clubs (Child Evangelism Fellowship) - Their Clubs meet in elementary public schools after school hours (on the same terms as other community groups). Children enjoy lessons, songs, games and scripture memorization.
Moms in Prayer, Intl - Women gather together regularly to pray for children and schools in all 50 US states.
National School Project - They train university students to coach and mentor students in high school Christian Clubs.
Released Time Education - Scriptures are legally taught on a devotional basis at a time set aside during the school day when public school students, with parental permission, leave the school premises to attend religious education classes.
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