Have you walked down the hall of a high school lately? You will see teens holding hands and kissing each other; nothing unusual, right? But wait, look a little closer, and you will see that it's girls kissing girls, and boys holding hands with each other. It's no wonder that homeschooling is growing in popularity.
While the homosexual agenda is being pushed and promoted in our public schools, and kids are flaunting their same-sex attractions in the hallways in full view of other students, Christians students are being expelled for forming a quiet little interdenominational prayer group.
The students were suspended for wanting to pray quietly in a public area of the school, rather than in a closed classroom. Administration at the school said it was too disruptive to others. Huh? What about all the gay students flaunting their homosexuality like it's the most natural thing in the world? "No one gets suspended because they pray. This is a story of some kids who chose to defy a legitimate request by administrators to not disrupt other students." Sure. Tell that to the students whose moral lives are disrupted by having the homosexual agenda forced on them every day they attend school.