Stand up for what you believe in, even if it goes against the current status quo.

Found this article on my Twitter page. It was posted by @FoxNation.

A student is suspended for speaking about God, his faith, and bringing his bible to school.

We should all see this as a sign that this is one of the MOST important times to share our faith with those around us and act in a manner that is pleasing to God. I’m scared of where our country might be headed. This is a clear and blatant act of oppression against a Christian. May God give him the strength to continue to spread His good word and not be bullied by those who want to shut him up.

“‘Particularly in a state like California where the teachers union has such great control over what goes on in public schools, we see a lot of hostility and bigotry against Christian students, sometimes under the cloak of ‘tolerance,” [Peffer] lamented.”


“Say not, ‘I am too young.’ To whomever I send you, you shall go; whatever I command you, you shall speak. Have no fear before them because I am with you to deliver you, says the Lord.” Jeremiah 1:7-8



Comments on: "What is Our World Coming To?" (1)

  1. Terrance H. said:

    The school is going to lose this case, I guarantee it. And why? Precedent. The ACLU (yes, the ACLU) has filed lawsuits on behalf of Christian students and won many times, under similar circumstances. See: ACLU Fights For Christians

    And I can’t even begin to sift out all the cases the ACLJ (American Center for Law & Justice) has taken up and won on behalf of Christians.

    It started with science, but it has spread to academia as a whole. A belief in God is to be backwards, ignorant, and generally stupid. Scientists have been fired for questioning Darwinism, for crying out loud.

    There is no academic freedom anymore. It’s not even a fleeting shadow; it simply doesn’t exist. And, sadly, as this case illustrates, ideologues in the public school system are now trying to chip away at personal freedoms, like freedom of religion.

    This is what we are up against today. Academic freedom has succumbed to liberalism. Now, perhaps, the First Amendment.

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