Wednesday, December 18, 2019

Planting Bible Clubs

Now I see a law that needs amending.
Parents should be able to support Christian clubs in school.
They should be able to be planters of groups. All student-led of course. The school has parents that have interests for their kids to prosper in and want a group of people to start it. Such as a Robotics club because 'tommy' has an interest in robotics and would benefit from it. The parent would be breaking. The equal access act because they helped it start. Parents pay school taxes and should allow their children's interest or a groups interest to flourish. I a preacher of the word should be able to plant student clubs and gather interest for a club on my own time outside of school. Groups should work with local churches to help groups flourish. Outside groups should be able to offer consulting to the groups at their leisure. Student Clubs want help but may not know how to get it. It is unfair that student groups remain premature when students want wisdom to run their organization better. This law does give students liberty to meet in clubs.
So I ask students to partner with local churches and ministries on the internet. Parents need to start booster clubs for the students with the local churches that way organizations can flourish. Students can also add dues to pay for better food and supplies as an evangelism tool. Any group should have booster clubs to grow the organizations, such as getting local churches to supply new testaments to students. The churches support student-led organizations all the time. I know of a few members that bought FFA meat from me. Students should reach out on the internet to inspirational circuits. They should be able to attend things in Christendom as a group as any club does. Clubs can elect positions such as president, vice president, advisor and make pacts to make the club a permanent part of the school. Students can also plant a bible club at their college as well. Students can invite speakers in and lead, let students get local churches to supply pizzas for the kids to have. You can do alot for students in the area by a simple flyer on the bulletin board and some pizzas with a sermon. Pastor Pete would do a practice sermon at the college meeting, so he didn't have to come up with more material. You can lead more than you do church. Found a ministry leave something for eternity.
Teachers/Coworkers/Professors can have their own bible study. They must partner with the local church to solve freedom issues towards their school evangelism. Watch God's Not Dead for inspiration. There are alot of Pirate lives at stake, Go Pirates!!!

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