NFL Star Quarterback Drew Brees Encourages Kids To Bring Bible To School


It’s always a breath of fresh air to see a celebrity steering children in the direction of Christ in this day and age where Hollywood stars preach socialism and discriminate against conservatives while sports players kneel for our country’s national anthem.

New Orleans Saints star quarterback Drew Brees, however, is not ashamed of his faith.

Brees is an outspoken Christian, who has caused a stir for his faith, and just released another video for “Bring Your Bible To School Day,” an event encouraging Christian children to bring their Bible with them to school and “share God’s love with friends.”

Watch the video of Brees promoting this event here:

On Twitter, Christians and supporters of true American liberty are showing support for Drew Brees in spite of the pushback he's gotten from atheistic hypocritical liberals who claim to support "tolerance" while bashing Christianity and followers of Jesus.

Check it out:

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Fox News had more to say about Drew Brees' promotion of "Bring Your Bible To School Day":

New Orleans Saints quarterback Drew Brees is calling on students to participate in Bring Your Bible to School Day as a celebration of faith and religious freedom in America.

The Super Bowl champion, promoting the Oct. 3 event sponsored by Focus on the Family, is urging students to "live out" their faith, sharing one of his favorite verses, 2 Corinthians 5:7, which says "for we live by faith, not by sight."

“So I want to encourage you to live out your faith on Bring Your Bible to School Day and share God’s love with friends. You’re not alone," Brees said in the video.

Organizers say bringing a Bible to public school is legal and participation in the faith-based event is voluntary and student-led.

“As a student in a public school, you have First Amendment rights to engage in voluntary, free speech conversations in a way that does not interfere with or substantially disrupt classroom time and academic instruction,” the website says. “That means you can voluntarily express your personal and religious beliefs to your classmates through verbal or written expressions, as long as you follow school policy and do not engage in these activities during classroom or instruction time.”

Despite our Constitution's First Amendment protecting religious liberty, Brees is being labeled "homophobic" and a "member of a cult" for encouraging Christian children to be proud of following Christ!

The Blaze commented on the controversy that arose from Brees' video:

NFL superstar quarterback Drew Brees was broadsided by the LGBT lobby over his support of an innocuous program advocating for children to bring their Bibles to school and live their Christian faith out publicly. 

Brees has been outspoken about his Christian faith and how it has guided his life. 

In the video promotion he recorded for the program, Brees talked about one of his favorite Bible scriptures, and encouraged kids to talk about their Christian faith.                               

"I want to encourage you to live out your faith on Bring Your Bible to School Day, and share God's love with friends," Brees said. "You're not alone."

Allies of the LGBTQ agenda excoriated Brees on social media. 

Robert Littal of Black Sports Online called the group "a known racist discriminatory religious cult," and, "an Anti-Gay Religious Cult That Believes in Conversion Therapy & Fights Against Any Anti-Discrimination Laws."

  

Deadspin ran the headline "Drew Brees appears in video for gay conversion therapy sickos, doesn't understand what the big deal is," for the story. 

Others on Twitter accused Brees of being a "bigot" and aligned with a "hateful group."


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