Why Youth Need Bring Your Bible to School Day

Participating in this event encourages students to:

bubble_dot_shape-01Stand for students’ rights.

Simply by bringing their Bibles to school and expressing their faith, students are helping to protect religious freedoms for other students—and for generations to come who will one day walk through the doors of their school or college.

bubble_dot_shape-01 Share God’s hope.

By exercising their freedom to read the Bible and talk about it, students can express God’s love and help others experience the redemptive power of knowing that their Creator cares about their lives!

bubble_dot_shape-01Be an example.

If students pay any attention to the news, they know that a lot of adult, Christian leaders have come under fire for their beliefs lately. As a young person, a student can be a powerful example and help change things for the better—just like I Tim 4:12 talks about!

bubble_dot_shape-01Live their faith.

The Bible talks about how the Word of God is powerful for changing lives (Heb. 4:12; Is. 55:10-11). This event helps students live out those verses!

bubble_dot_shape-01Pump up their brain power!  In addition to providing life-changing spiritual guidance for our lives, the Bible is an extremely important historical document that is cited in many influential pieces of literature. So if students really want to be a knowledgeable person, it’s important to know all about the Bible!





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