Matthew 24:14 And this gospel of the kingdom will be proclaimed throughout the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.
A New York student who had been told that she could not start a Christian club called “Dare To Believe” has now been given the go ahead to start the group.
Liz Loverde was told in September that she could not start the club. Principal Carolyn Breivogel said that the club’s existence would be a violation of the U.S. Constitution.
The Liberty Institute contacted the school on behalf of Loverde when her family sought help to protect the girl’s constitutional rights. The group told the school the denial of the Christian group was a violation of the Equal Access Act of 1984.
The school then reversed its decision and approved the Christian group along with other student groups.
“It took a lot of courage for a 15-year-old girl to come forward to reveal that her principal said Christian clubs are illegal,” said Jeremy Dys, senior counsel of the Liberty Institute. “It is always a scary position for students to take a stand against government school authorities who hold significant power over their everyday lives. We look forward to Wantagh High School respecting Liz’s religious liberty at school.”
The school denied that they had refused to allow the group.