Drag Queen Story Hour has been a perversion plaguing public libraries and schools around the nation for several years but what about Drag Queen prayer time for children during Sunday morning worship at church?
In a recent spate of pulpit perversion, churches have been inviting drag queens to come in to address the children as parents willingly hand their kids over to these perverts. In December, a church in Logan Square hosted a drag queen to have a “prayer time” with children while earlier this month, another church hosted a drag queen to hold a dance party in lieu of biblical exegesis from a qualified pastor. And a Canadian “church” recently hosted an online event with a drag queen posing as God answering prayers.
Now, another church in Naples, FL, will be hosting a conference on May 21 featuring a drag show for ages 12 to 18. Dawson Taylor, the pastor of United Church of Christ, recently attempted to hold a “gay prom” for area high school students at his church and promoted the event on a flyer suggesting that it was sponsored in part by the school district. Even the secular school district rejected the idea and the event was ultimately shut down.
Now, the same pastor is promoting the drag queen conference suggesting that it is sponsored by the school district. The district, once again, rejected the notion and stated that school property cannot be used as a transit point to pick up or drop off kids to be transported to this event.
According to the event’s promotion page on Eventbrite, the event will feature “a drag show from some of our local drag queens,” followed by a keynote address by a gay youth advocate, Isaac Salazar. The church-sponsored event will also include such things as “forbidden queer literature,” and “inclusive sex education,” meaning that someone will teach underage children how to have gay sex. It will also feature an “evolutionary biologist” to teach young impressionable children about the “science” of sexual perversion.
And, of course, what would a woke conference be without lectures on racial and religious injustices?
This is just another example of God’s judgment on the professing Church. Instead of speaking out against this invasion of sexual immorality in churches, or those masquerading as churches, we have mainstream Evangelical leaders calling on Christians to be “winsome” and stand up for LGBTQ rights.