Commit to Bring Your Bible to School October 6

We listened to the new Adventures in Odyssey adventure about bringing your Bible to school and I really loved this episode. I loved that it talked about how it was a great thing to do, but not something you should feel you had to do and that it wasn’t wrong if you didn’t. I loved the perspectives of why students brought their Bibles and the way it was presented. I always love Adventures in Odyssey and have never been disappointed with how any issue was handled, but this in particular was especially good in explaining the reason why we should take the opportunity to express our religious freedoms. 

We homeschool, so bringing our Bibles to school isn’t really something we can participate in on this day, but I plan to talk to the girls and maybe we can discuss a different way to express our religious freedom on this day as a family.  

Celebrate religious freedom with other students across the U.S. on October 6—Bring Your Bible to School Day! Students from kindergarten to college will be bringing their Bibles to school and sharing God with their friends in just a few short weeks. Sign up to be a part of the movement to protect religious freedom for future generations.

By signing up, you’ll receive a free guide with tips, downloadable posters, sticker and T-shirt designs, information on your legal rights, and other fun, interactive activities.

You’ll also be automatically entered for a chance to win a free trip for four to hear the Newsboys, an award-winning Christian music band, in Dallas!

Plus Bring Your Bible to School Comes to Adventures in Odyssey


Getting used to a new school isn’t easy, especially for someone as paranoid as Buddy Norman. In “A Predicament of Biblical Proportions” he envisions wacky worst-case encounters with townsfolk who seem like mobsters, snoops and fairy-tale tyrants—until he gets to know them. He’s also a little confused about Bring Your Bible to School Day. What’s it about? Should he participate? See Odyssey through Buddy’s eyes in this witty celebration of religious freedom.

Listen to this story through a two-week trial only on the Odyssey Adventure Club.

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