- russell lester
- Manson, WA
- United States
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Should U.S. schools be available to staff members to conduct after school "classes" on "the six big questions about God"?
In my local elementary school I have found that there is a councilor that on her resume shows 3 years of volunteer work with the Youth Through Young Lives Ministry as a qualification, I have found since then that many volunteers of the Ministry have sought jobs where contact and influence over young children is maximized. The councilor of my 8 year old sons school is now holding classes after school on school property about the six big questions about god, I looked they are not does god exist?
In my opinion this violates the letter and the intent of the separation of church and state, as defined in the u s constitution, however I would like to hear other viewpoints and I would most like to hear from people with personal experience as ministers or volunteers with Young Lives, or with people who were ministered too by them.