by Sally Matheny
Did you know Thursday, October 8, 2015 is “Bring Your Bible to School Day”?
Legally, your child can take his Bible to school any day—you may not have known that either.
Students have the freedom to take and read their Bibles, talk about their religious beliefs, pray, and ask others if they’d like to join them as long as the actions are voluntary, student-initiated, not disruptive, and take place during non-instructional time.
Focus on the Family initiated the first “Bring Your Bible to School Day” in October 2014. Approximately 8,000 students participated in the event. This year that number is expected to increase.
So, how can parents help their children prepare for this special day?