What do you think your son or daughter’s High School would say if you requested a day and time to be set aside for prayer and Bible reading? Well according to a report coming out of Texas, A high school has done this very thing, except for one minor difference. It’s not set aside for Christians but has made one of its classrooms available for Muslim students to hold Friday or Jummah prayers! This decision was made after some of the students were leaving campus each week to participate in the prayers.  “It kind of started when a core group of students were leaving campus every Friday for Friday prayer,” Liberty High School Principal Scott Warstler told the school publication Wingspan. “Their parents would come pick them up, so they may miss an hour and a half to two hours to two and a half hours of school every Friday.” The school

principal decided to approach the students and offer space on campus so they wouldn’t miss class traveling elsewhere. Again how would the school respond to Christians if they desired to read their Bible or have time set a side for prayer meetings on school grounds? “So I met with those students and a couple of the parents and suggested, ‘Hey, would you be okay if the students led the prayer here at school as a group?’” Warstler recalled. “And we gave them a space to do that so that they didn’t have to be in a car traveling thirty minutes each way on a Friday missing an hour, [to] an hour and a half, of class.”