Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) wanted to distribute Bibles during non-instructional time in Mississippi’s Stone County School District, but the group was denied. Instead, the group was only permitted to leave the Bibles on an unattended table. Instead of backing down, FCA sought legal advice from Liberty Institute, and the student-led group sent a letter to the school district informing them of their constitutional right to personally distribute Bibles. The school district changed its policy to allow FCA’s distribution.
NOTE: FACT provides links to external websites for educational purposes only. The inclusion of any links to other websites does not necessarily constitute an endorsement.
Get News Stories In Your Inbox Every Week