How to Share Your Faith in the Public School
Teach 4 the Heart
“When I shared the post Should Teachers Leave Their Faith at Home I got some interesting responses. We all know that the secular world does now want Christians to share their faith, but I was somewhat saddened that so many Christian public school teachers seemed to agree, maintaining that religion has no place in the classroom.” (Read more about this article, click on the link above.)
Know Your Right as a Christian in a Public School
The Gospel Coalition
“As the school year gets underway, many parents, students, teachers, and coaches have questions about what they legally can and cannot do as it relates to their Christian faith. Alliance Defending Freedom… has compiled a helpful collection of guidance on our Constitutionally protected rights. Below is information related to K-12 taken directly from various resources produced by ADF.” (Read more about this article, click on the link above.)
The Rights of Christians in America’s Public Schools
By David Gibbs, Jr., David Gibbs III
“Although some legal barriers exist, teachers do have opportunities to express their Christian beliefs. God’s people must be diligent to exercise the liberties currently available to them.” (Read more about this article, click on the link above.)
These Christian teachers want to bring Jesus into public schools
By Emma Brown
The Washington Post
“Finn Laursen believes millions of American children are no longer learning right from wrong, in part because public schools have been stripped of religion. To repair that frayed moral fabric, Laursen and his colleagues want to bring the light of Jesus Christ into public school classrooms across the country—and they are training teachers to do just that.” (Read more about this article, click on the link above.)
When is Witnessing Allowed in Public Schools?
“Christian public school students are increasingly facing opposition to witnessing and practicing of their faith. A recent brochure by the Christian Educators Assn, Intl (CEAI) lays out guidelines for parents and students showing exactly where they stand in a possible dispute with school officials.” (Read more about this article click on the link above.)
Keeping Christ in America’s Public Schools
By David C. Gibbs, Jr., David C. Gibbs III
When the basis of your faith becomes the basis of harassment, discrimination, or litigations, it is good to know you have a friend in court. This book clearly outlines the Christian rights students have in the public school system.
Christian Educators Association International (CEAI)
If you have questions about religious freedoms in public schools you can ask lawyers from CEAI. You can send them email or contact their office.
Christian Law Association
Christian Law Association is providing free legal assistance to Bible-believing churches and Christians who are experiencing difficulty in practicing their religious faith because of governmental regulation, intrusion, or prohibition in one form or another.
Teachers Who Pray
Teachers Who Pray is a non-profit organization for all teachers who are seekers of God. Their vision is that every student, every teacher, and every school will be covered in prayer every day. They pray to show how to transform schools across America and beyond. Their mission is to build a network of prayer and spiritual support across the nation.