For Pastors

3 Easy Ways to Empower the Youth in Your Church

Dear Pastors and Church Leaders,

You’ve probably found your way to this site because you have a passion for empowering Christian students to take the lead in speaking God’s grace and truth into the culture around them. Did you know that half a million students did just that–by taking part in Bring Your Bible to School Day last year?

We’re inviting you to be a key part of equipping thousands more youth nationwide–one student, one step at a time. Just take these three easy steps:

1) SHOW THE VIDEO to your congregation and to youth and children’s groups. Sadie Robertson, the 2018 Bring Your Bible to School Day Honorary Chair, has created this special video message to encourage your church members to shine the light in their communities. Plus, when individuals sign up to participate, they have a chance to win a trip for a family of four to meet Sadie in person!

2) LET STUDENTS AND FAMILIES KNOW HOW TO SIGN UP! It’s easy–just go to BringYourBible.org to register for the event. By signing up, they’ll:
bubble_dot_shape-01Be Counted–and represent the number of students participating in your community!
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Access Free Resources: Download age-appropriate, participation guides and activities (elementary, teen and pastor/parent versions).
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Be eligible for a chance to win a free trip to meet Sadie Robertson in person.

You’ll also have access to the free pastor-parent guide, which includes a step-by-step guide on how to equip students; myth vs. fact explanations of students’ rights; ideas for hosting a Bible-celebration and more.

3) SHARE THE INSERT. Distribute this downloadable church bulletin insert to quickly get the news out about the event. There’s also a banner available if youth or parents in your church want to set up a display to promote it.

That’s it! Show the video, sign-up, share and spread the word! Thank you for being a leader in your efforts to encourage families in your congregation with this simple, yet powerful action–and for doing your part to equip modern-day Esthers and Daniels to be courageous in standing up for their faith!