I made a revised version of the video I published yesterday. A YouTube version of it will be available soon. I also included a MP3 version below.

A video from Already Answered:

MP3 Version:


I am a senior. I am a Christian. Christ has saved me.  I have been attending online public highschool for four years and am vocal about what I believe.

Other students always tell me not to judge, yet, if I signoff my communications with “in Christ Jesus alone” they say I cannot do that. Teachers come to me and forbid me to do it in class discussions or at the end of my comments. Students tell me I am forcing my beliefs on them.

If I say I believe God gave us morals, students will write me and tell me my beliefs are akin to thinking the Flying Spaghetti Monster is real. Yet, when that comment offends others of different religions, those students make it clear that it was only meant to insult me, the Christian, and my God!

Kids can say they support abortion but I cannot express my view that the baby is a human soul at conception.

If a report is assigned, off-limit topics will be religion, abortion, creation, etc. In science class, I’m forbidden to even ask questions about evolution or share my views on it.

I have been banned from talking about God or any religious topic during or between online classes. Forbidden to talk about God has done for me, before or after classes and told to keep religion out of discussions, even if they are outside of school. Forbidden to speak of what Christ has done for me.

I am insulted regularly because of my faith and for sharing it. I am just an online schooled kid, and this is what America’s school look like. Christ has been frozen out of our schools . . . it is time for the Thaw.

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