Kids for Christ USA has 39 clubs meeting in area public schools this year. A dozen hands shot up in a before-school Bible club meeting Wednesday at McAuliffe Elementary School when leader Bob Heath asked if anyone wanted prayer.
"If it's important to you, it's important to God," Heath told about 70 kindergarten through fifth-grade students.
The meeting began at 8 a.m. with games and worship songs.
I have started a club in high school called the Bible Youth Link(BYL)..and pray that God use these clubs to train up a child, or even us teens, in a godly Biblical way...I pray our clubs established in U.S...will become a key to opening doors to souls to see our God that that reigns.
Some interesting quotations from this article, Heath said the law opens the door'... not only for Christian clubs, but also for any other religious organizations.
"I don't agree with Islam, but I defend their right to free expression," he said.... '[Tulsa School District] ... forbids meetings promoting "subversive teachings and doctrines contrary to the spirit of American institutions" or activities "violating the patterns of good taste, manners or morals."'
It seems like they would have to ban Islamic, Mormon, or Jehovah Witnesses from holding meetings with the above guidlines? I support the ideas of giving the kids a copy of the NASB or NKJV and let then have at it, with their parents.