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Be Careful Little Ears



“And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by the way, and when you lie down, and when you rise.” (Deuteronomy 6:6-7 ESV) This is a clear command to the believer to not only hold the word of God in their heart but to share it continually with their children. Not for only an hour at church on Sunday, but while in the house, walking and lying down and rising. The words of the scripture are to be spoken to children throughout the day. But in today’s culture the ears of our children are rarely hearing the word of God. Their ears are being stolen by the media, school and public libraries with words that are a perversion of these young minds.


Earlier this yearn the heels of the C.M.A Award’s shocking Drag Queen entertainment and drag queen displays in public libraries, the Drag agenda is spreading to our children at a rapid pace. Kirk Cameron is fighting the battle to secure the souls of the children against all manner of secular teaching. This well-respected actor is the founder of Brave Books which is a publishing company that describes itself as “an alternative to the current progressive agenda dominating Children’s literature”.[i] At the end of April Kirk hosted his 10th-story hour event at the Cherry Hill Library in New Jersey. He rented a space for a private gathering. Over 700 people attended the event in which Cameron read his new children’s book, As You Grow. The book is a Christian-themed book about the Fruit of the Spirit. Kirk was emotionally overcome with “tears of gratitude and hope” when the crowd spontaneously broke out singing worship songs.[ii]


Kirk’s library event is a clear antithesis of other story hours that are dominating the children’s attention. The Drag culture has infiltrated our public and school libraries bringing its insidious message to the most tender readers, ages 3-8 years. The official website description of Drag Queen Story Hour is intended to capture children’s imagination and children explore their gender fluidity through “glamorous, positive, and unabashedly queer role models”.[iii] Books that are read during the story hour clearly represent the agenda of gender fluidity. Innocent children are drawn into the “fun” of the glitter and glam of the makeup and costumes of these queer adult readers.

Soccer Moms who bring their children are either uneducated about the profile of the Story Hour or are in favor of the indoctrination of little ones. There are 45 independently operated chapters across the country and internationally and the American Library Association has backed the movement.[iv]


Focus on the Family’s article in the Daily Citizen quotes Christopher F. Rufo, a senior fellow at Manhattan Institute in a recent issue of City Journal. Rufo explains “The drag queen might appear as a comic figure, but he carries an utterly serious message: the deconstruction of sex, the construction of child sexuality, and the subversion of middle-class family life.”[v]

Be careful little ears what you hear for the father up above is looking down in love, so be careful little ears what you hear.

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