A man was shocked when he was told his son was going to be a Christian in kindergarten by a school official.
But that was only the beginning.
After that, his son started to hear his father say the word “Jesus” at the end of the school year, which he believed was a reference to Jesus Christ.
In an effort to make sure his son had the right information, his father gave his son a Bible from the school and a letter from a church in his town.
“I got to know him really well and he really loved Jesus,” said the man, who asked not to be identified.
“I was like, ‘OK, well, we gotta go with it.'”
The man said he told the boy that his father is the “true Messiah” and that the boy started to think the word is a reference.
But when he started telling his friends about his family’s story, he said they started telling him the same thing.
“My kids were starting to get confused and it was just too much,” the man said.
“He was like ‘No, no, no.
That’s not it.'”
It started with the father, who said the father is a Christian who believes the Bible is the word of God.
The man said the first thing he told children was, “Jesus is my brother.
You don’t have to be like that.
That was his message.”
But the man’s children weren’t convinced, and their parents became worried.
So they started to tell their friends, and that started a snowball effect that led to their friends telling their parents, too.
“It just took off from there,” the father said.
The family eventually moved from one town to another.
But for now, the man and his family are sticking to the “good old-fashioned” Christian tradition of the Bible.
He said he was thankful that his son and his parents have grown up to be Christians and that they were taught to read the Bible in a respectful manner.
“They don’t tell you to read a book that you don’t want to read, but they teach you to understand the Bible and what’s in it,” the husband said.