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Help us protect children from the sexual agenda

Please make a gift today to help us support children like Kaysey

Dear friend,

You were probably as shocked as I was.

I've been doing this work a long time. But this was something new.

Two ten-year-old children, Kaysey and Farrell, placed in isolation for five hours, and then excluded from school for five days.

Why? Because they dared to object to the LGBT agenda being pushed in their state primary school.
It is a stark picture of the times we're living in. But with the sexualisation agenda sweeping through schools, and the government introducing compulsory Relationships Education in primary schools from next year, this could be just the beginning.

I want Christian Concern to be at the forefront of challenging this agenda. Children need to be taught the alternative - God's beautiful pattern for marriage and family.

And we need to be ready to stand with the next Kaysey and Farrell, and their families, in their time of need.

But I need your help to do that. We never charge for the help that we give. Today, I'm asking you to join me in challenging what is happening.

Could you donate today to make sure that we can support people like Kaysey and Farrell, and challenge what is happening? Every single gift makes a difference. 
 
Yes, I want to help people like Kaysey

'Isolated and exlcuded'

Kaysey and Farrell were in Year 5 at Heavers Farm school. During yet another LGBT-themed lesson, they asked to be excused. A conversation with their teacher about LGBT issues followed. From there things escalated. The children were labelled 'a disgrace to the school' by the headteacher in front of the class, then interrogated in separate rooms, made to sit in isolation for five hours, and later excluded for five days - a punishment usually reserved for pupils who have assaulted a teacher.

That is a lot to bear when you are just ten years old. And it's a lot to bear if you are a parent of a ten-year-old.

I'm so pleased that Kaysey's mum knew where to turn.

We're helping Kaysey and Farrell's families challenge the decision to exclude them. And over the summer, we've been hard at work to make sure that these precious children have safe places to continue their education, away from this intolerant agenda.

But all this has only been possible because of the generosity of people like you. Thank you! 

'I'm not a bad child'

It's been an honour to stand with Kaysey and Farrell, and their families. 

Kaysey explained how far the school went - even showing pupils a video of an 11-year-old boy having surgery to 'become a girl':

"The teacher was teaching us that if you don’t feel comfortable of the way you are, you could always change yourself."

Kaysey described how upset and disturbed the children were by the video and explained that the teacher had to turn it off.

But Kaysey's school is not alone - sexual chaos is being taught at other schools too. For example, hundreds of schools are using material that teaches six-year-olds about 'self-stimulation'. This is the view of the world that children are being presented with.

I want to challenge this whole agenda, and see children presented with the truth about marriage and family. If you want to see that too, could you make a donation today to help me confront what is happening?

I want to stand with brave Christian children like Kaysey.

After her exclusion she explained:

"I’m not a bad child. I’m trying to speak up for what is right because I think what my headteacher is doing is wrong."

Those words have stayed with me. I am determined to stand with Kaysey and support her. 

And I want to be here to stand with others like her. But I do need your help.

Could you make a donation today so that we can be ready? Every gift makes a difference.
Yes, I want to protect people from the sexualisation agenda
Your support will enable us to:
  • Help people like Kaysey
  • Provide resources for parents and church leaders
  • Challenge the materials being used in some schools
  • Speak up for marriage and family in the media
Whether or not you are able to give today, I am so grateful for your partnership. I don't take it for granted.

The sexualisation agenda is so deeply embedded in our society, it's easy to despair. But I give thanks to God for all that he is doing through the Christian Concern family, enabling us to protect vulnerable children and speak of the beauty of God's pattern for marriage and family.

In him,
Andrea Williams
Chief Executive, Christian Concern & Christian Legal Centre
PS Giving online should be quick and easy but if you would prefer to give over the phone, simply call 020 3327 1122 during office hours and a member of the team will be happy to help.

PPS Please don't feel under any obligation to give - the Lord knows our circumstances and we trust him to provide.
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