“Bring the Light to School: How You Can Empower Christian Students from K-12″ is a well-researched and practically helpful guide for teachers, parents, pastors, and youth workers.
Bring the Light to School: How You Can Empower Christian Students from K-12 by Ingrid DeDecker
If you worry about kids in public schools… if you are concerned about your Christian children or grandchildren getting in with the wrong crowd and perhaps losing their faith altogether… then you need the answers this book provides.
Our public schools are barraged daily, but we can alter the onslaught!
THIS BOOK PRESENTS AN INNOVATIVE AND EFFECTIVE SOLUTION ALREADY PROVEN TO TURN THE TIDE:
- Discover how you have access to school campuses in a way you never imagined–from elementary through high school.
- Learn clear strategies to bring the love of God directly to students.
- Enable students to stand together instead of caving to peer pressure.
- Schools need moral answers and are wide open to Christian Clubs.
- Parents and concerned adults are discovering their legal and constitutional rights and starting Christian clubs in every level of school across the country.
- Christian leaders are openly sharing the love of God in high schools and bringing hope.
Reviews for “Bring the Light to School: How You Can Empower Christian Students from K-12″
-David Schmus, Executive Director, Christian Educators Association International ceai.org
“Bring the Light to School: How You Can Empower Christian Students from K-12″ contains invaluable pragmatic advice on Christian student rights. It provides step by step instruction on how to start Christian clubs. Ingrid DeDecker answers the questions about Separation of Church and State as it relates to faith in schools and brings them to a place of clarity and implementation for everyone.
-Linda McLaughlin, Elementary School Educator, ret.
“Bring the Light to School“ is a much needed book as to how Christian organizers can help Christian students activate Christian clubs to deepen their faith. Our public school heritage has roots with many Christian churches but calls for separation between church and state which led to key Supreme Court decisions such as Engel v. Vitale and Abington School District v. Schempp. These cases disallowed school prayer and scriptures and also centered about the role of religion in public schools. Since these decisions, many Christian organizers needed guidance as to how best to assist students deepen their faith with other like-minded students while attending school. Ingrid DeDecker’s book provides much needed guidance and addresses everything from Separation of Church and State to first amendment rights. This book is a must-read.
-Dr. Patrick Rice, Author, Vanishing School Boards, former teacher, principal and adjunct professor