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When a Christian boy was sent home to his Christian family for asking his mother, “Please, just stop calling me ‘Jesus,” his mother said, “I don’t know what to do.

I just need to pray that Jesus will help me.””

He’s the only one that knows, so we pray for him,” his father said of his son, who was sent back to the Christian school where he had been an honor roll student.

“I want to go back to school and do what I love, but I don’t want to be a Christian.”

The family is now fighting for a public school to admit him.

His father said the school had been “unfair” to the boy, who is a student at a Christian school.

“They’re just telling the kids that Jesus was the only true God,” he said.

“It’s a very, very Christian school, and they’re trying to force a religion on everybody.”

In another case, a 16-year-old boy was disciplined by his Catholic school for asking for a prayer for a fallen angel.

His mother was horrified when her son went to a Catholic school and asked for prayers for an angel.

“He said, ‘I pray that someone will bring me back to my body, to my family,’ and he said ‘that’s what I pray for,'” his mother told WKMG.

“My son was told that Jesus died for me.

“They had to put him in a room for the rest of the day.””

According to the American Psychological Association, about 50 percent of adults are not aware that they are Christian or even religious. “

They had to put him in a room for the rest of the day.”

According to the American Psychological Association, about 50 percent of adults are not aware that they are Christian or even religious.

Many students who identify as religious do not have formal religious affiliation, and those who do have are often discouraged from expressing themselves in class.

According to a 2012 study by the National Center for Education Statistics, “religiosity among youth is a significant predictor of later religious attendance and attendance by other adults.”