I’ve noticed that there is something missing from almost every news article, every radio program and every sermon that I hear on the issue of the gay agenda.
There’s no call to action. Everyone gets all pumped up and told that they’d better wake up and do something, or they are going to lose their rights.
But no one is ever told exactly what to do. Just berated for doing not enough.
I think it’s time we all made a difference.
This Sunday, what would happen if every pastor encouraged his congregation to meet him outside the flag pole of the nearest government facility sporting the gay flag?
Did you know that many flags right now in many citites are displaying the gay flag, right alongisde the American flag? Does this make your blood boil? Good, but now what are you going to do about it? Talk about how aweful it is? Preach about it? Post a picture of it on Facebook? Wonderful, but how will that make a difference?
I can hear some sweet, endearing pastor out there peacefully mewing out an answer in hushed tones, “well. You know, I think we should just pray about this”
But for how long should we pray? and should we “just pray” about this, or would God want us to do something more?
“Parents are not told about this and there is no way of challenging these pupils who are convinced by others that they have a problem they almost certainly do not have,”
British School has SEVENTEEN children changing gender.
Teacher charges that vulnerable pupils are being ‘tricked’ into believing they are the wrong sex
- Most are autistic
- 17 are in the process of changing gender
- 150 teenagers issued with puberty blocker drugs
“These companies lied to the schools, and they’re lying to the parents. We’re all getting duped.”
A New York Times report highlighted that Silicon Valley tech elites are keeping digital devices out of the schools of their children. Tucker Carlson said on Monday they’re doing so because they know that “screens are poison.”
Author and psychotherapist Tom Kersting said on Tucker Carlson Tonight that the idea that digital devices will benefit students has now proven to be “absolutely false.”
According to Dr. Kersting, tech in the classroom is affecting kids’ emotions, contributing to anxiety, depression and suicide.
Natasha Burgert a pediatrician in Kansas City, weighed in on the matter; “Our kids, my kids included, we are subjecting them to one of the biggest social experiments we have seen in a long time; what happens to my daughter if she can’t communicate over dinner — how is she going to find a spouse? How is she going to interview for a job?”
“I have families now that go teetotal,” Dr. Burgert said. “They’re like, ‘That’s it, we’re done.’”
Rachael Brownsberger is one of those parents who did just that, banning her children from smart phones, the internet, and even television. “We took it down, we took the TV off the wall, and I canceled cable,” said Brownsberger, 34, the mother of 11- and 8-year old boys. When one of her children requested a series of gadgets for Christmas, she replied, “Kiddo, you’re not gonna get one of those things–yeah, I’m the mean mom.”
a baby in the womb has her own unique DNA, her own unique heartbeat, is her own unique person.
Bill Bans Abortions on Babies with Beating Hearts:
“If the bill is signed into law by Governor Kim Reynolds, Iowa would be the first state to recognize what science already affirms: a baby in the womb has her own unique DNA, her own unique heartbeat, is her own unique person.” -Bob Vander Plaats
“I was totally appalled watching the State of the Union when the Democrats booed the families of the two girls who were raped and murdered by members of MS-13,” said Hartzell. “If they truly feel that they’re Americans and they represent Americans, then I’m sad to say I’m an American because I was completely appalled that they would boo those family members. Completely and totally inexcusable.”