On Friday, April 27, 2018 children around the country will once again be encouraged to celebrate immoral and unhealthy lifestyles in many schools. This day, set aside to indoctrinate our youth with left-wing ideology, has become known as the Day of Silence (DOS).
To draw attention to themselves and show support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) movement, "gay" kids and their supporters go through the school day without speaking. Some students have gone so far as to tape their mouths shut. This is a political agenda that exploits children and impacts the educational environment by interfering with classroom teaching.
There was a time when our teachers protected children from exposure to immorality and anything that might harm them physically and emotionally. The school day focused on ABCs—not LGBTs. Parents would put their children on the school bus in the morning and be confident that what their children were taught in class would not undermine the values of the home. Not anymore.
Instead of being shielded from immoral acts, school-age children are being persuaded that "gay" is OK. Why should our preschoolers have to learn about sexual preferences when they have not yet learned to read? What does the DOS have to do with real education?
Our society has made a dangerous move in going from tolerance to celebration of LGBT—especially when kids are celebrating harmful sexual behaviors that can have life-threatening consequences.
Christians are finally taking a stand against the DOS by keeping their children home from school on that day. Child psychologist Dr. Haim Ginott once said "Children are like wet cement; whatever falls on them makes an impression." Parents need to protect their children's impressionable minds from LGBT indoctrination.
Yes, it's time for moms and dads to take a bold stand for the truth and shield their kids from the DOS homosexual propaganda that will harm and corrupt their thinking.
Whether you keep your children home or allow them to go to school on the Day of Silence, be sure to let your voice be heard.
Janet Boynes founded Janet Boynes Ministries in Maple Grove, MN in 2006. Authored the books: Called Out- A Former Lesbian's Discovery of Freedom and Arise- e Journey from Fear to Faith. She challenges individuals and the church to reach out with a message of hope and restoration to the homosexual community. Her articles have been featured on the front cover of Charisma Magazine, Called Magazine, Power for Living, Bound Maga- zine and many more. Her life is proof that the love of God has the power to heal and restore the brokenness in our lives. It's been nineteen years since she was called out of the lesbian lifestyle. Janet travels the U.S and overseas and shares her story of redemption. Her desire is to bring hope through the power of Jesus Christ.
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