Do you have a child in high school who has a strong interest in their faith?
Creating a club lets other Christian students know that they are not alone.
Young people in public high schools shouldn’t doubt the role they can play in reintroducing Christianity to the public. They don’t need money, and they can start planning how to help the cause in between their algebra and coding homework. One way they can invite their peers to think about Christianity and support their classmates who are already Christian is to start a Christian club at school.
Creating a club lets other Christian students know that they are not alone. It allows Christian students to share their beliefs and support each other within the context of their daily lives and keeps them from feeling that Sunday is the only time reserved for meeting with like-minded people. Starting a Christian club also creates an awareness among youth in general that people their age can also be Christian.
It could be that you have a child in high school who has a strong interest in their faith. Try encouraging him or her to start thinking about how they could create an awareness of Christianity at school, such as by starting a Christian club. It could provide them with a valuable leadership experience that inspires them to continue uniting and supporting the Christian faithful in college and beyond.