Bus Drivers Punished for Praying at Work After Child's Death: 'Prayer Brings Us Together'

January 3, 2014

Bus drivers for the Houston Independent School District are rallying in protest after their employer punished them for praying at work. The drivers had used a back channel on the bus radio system to pray for one of their coworkers after her 12-year-old daughter was struck and killed by a vehicle in mid-December.

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