Alix and Amanda Jules, and their children Forrest and Ary, have always been great without God, just like they’ve been great without the Easter Bunny.
In Dallas-Fort Worth, however, it can be difficult to be godless, especially for the kids, who have to interact at school with other people who probably don’t share their disbelief. Especially for Forrest, whose friends gave him a hard time after he was interviewed for a local news story about Camp Quest Texas. But Ary hasn’t had it too rough, and most of her friends don’t have a problem with her being a nonbeliever. Fortunately, the DFWCoR provides a substantial social resource in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, and it’s been great for the Jules family to get to know other freethinking families. Sometimes they’ve been able to find out that people they knew for a long time were atheists already, they were just too scared to say anything about it! Within the DFWCoR, the Jules have also been excited to find a diverse collection of different families, from different backgrounds, ethnicities, and sexual orientations.