Sinner be gone

8-year-old  Sunnie Kahle donated her hair to a female cancer patient. She liked the new shorter hairstyle so much she decided to keep it. Doris Thompson, the girl’s grandmother and legal guardian, subsequently received the following message:

“You’re probably aware that Timberlake Christian School is a religious, Bible believing institution providing education in a distinctly Christian environment … We believe that unless Sunnie as well as her family clearly understand that God has made her female and her dress and behavior need to follow suit with her God-ordained identity, that TCS is not the best place for her future education.”

The school has the legal right to remove a student for “sexual immorality, practicing a homosexual lifestyle or alternative gender identity.”


Kahle now attends public school, but her grandmother cries everyday because she wanted so very much for her granddaughter to have a Christian education. Be careful what you wish for…


6 thoughts on “Sinner be gone

  1. There is nothing sinful about this beautiful child, her actions in sharing her hair with one in need, reflects the actions of Christ our Lord. Whereas the actions of the school reflects those of the Pharisees.
    I’m sure a Roman Catholic school would welcome her with open arms and commend her for her unstinting charity and humility.
    There are many young girls her age who would be loathe to part with their hair – their crowning glory!
    Well done Sunny, know that God is overjoyed with the love you have shown to one of His suffering ones and that He will bless you abundantly for it . Long may you continue to show His light to the world !


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