“She tried saying I was disrupting class,” sophomore Nathan De La Garza
A Wisconsin teenager was sent to the principal’s office for talking about Jesus. Nathan De La Garza was having a conversation with another student about the Bible during free time at Park High School in Racine, WI. A teacher overheard him and told him that he wasn’t allowed to talk about religion. The following day, Nathan was sent to the principal’s office.
According to The Journal Times, Nathan said the principal told him “in a nice way” to stop talking about religion during class and “to keep it to lunch and out of school.” The principal said he might offend somebody and they might start a fight with him.
“The last thing we want is for you to get into a fight about God,” Nathan said she told him in an interview with the newspaper. The school district declined to comment but confirmed Nathan’s version of events.
The Journal Times Article – Park sophomore finds himself in principal’s office after religious ‘debate’
Fox News Article – Student Sent to Principal for Talking About Jesus
How then will they call on Him in whom they have not believed? How will they believe in Him whom they have not heard? And how will they hear without a preacher? Romans 10:14
I am a born again Christian, since I read kenyons books, Gave confidence speaking about Jesus wherever I go. I would like to have a book called “The Secret of Prayer”
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