Children are often overlooked in the public discussion on religious
liberty, and the way in which Lutheran schools can best care for and
teach them is an important consideration within this dialogue.
The impact of religious freedom on schools is a critical part of the conversation. As part of the Synod’s Free to be Faithful
education and awareness initiative, Erik Stanley, senior legal counsel
and director of the Church Project for Alliance Defending Freedom, will
discuss this topic at 2:30 p.m. Central on Wednesday, Nov. 18, on kfuo.org.
For example, some might consider:
What should parents, teachers and school administrators consider
regarding secular challenges to teaching the faith in Lutheran schools?
What are some implications of federal, state and local Sexual Orientation Gender Identity (SOGI) laws?
What about employment for church workers and other school employees?
What should admission policies for Lutheran schools look like?
What can a school do proactively to prepare for these potential issues?
Join Stanley and Worldwide KFUO Radio host Kip Allen for answers to these questions and more on kfuo.org at 2:30 p.m. Central time on Nov. 18.