On Friday, April 11, government-run schools — especially high schools and junior highs — will be taken over by confused students who disrupt classes by “remaining silent” all day, in order to demonstrate their pro- homosexual-bisexual-transsexual agenda. Even some teachers and administrators will support and allow this “Day of Silence” protest, in promotion of unnatural and unhealthy LGBT-lifestyles.
That’s where the Focus-on-the-Family sponsored Day of Dialogue® comes in—the day before, Thursday, April 10. In contrast to the whole idea of silence, this event encourages open dialogue and gives believing students a chance to express a balanced, biblically based perspective in a loving and peaceful way.
Day of Dialogue resources help students share about Jesus’ incredible, compassionate love for hurting and vulnerable people. His redemptive design for marriage and sexuality calls us to stand up for those being harmed or bullied while offering the light of what God’s Word says.
Learn more at http://www.dayofdialogue.com/