Richard Urban, the founder of VisonRoot and Urban Life Training, explains how we can return our communities, society and nation to health. He features news about the conviction of former Jefferson County, WV health teacher Edward Belmonte, who has been convicted of 13 felonies for having sex with a student. The same teacher responded to Jefferson County Board of Education Testimony by Richard Urban, saying that abstinence education does not work. That testimony is included in the show. Three months later, Belmonte was having sex with a student.
The key to solving today’s problems is to find God. Only a comprehensive understanding of God’s Will and Providence can illuminate the solution to the crisis we are facing today.Rev. Sun Myung Moon, July 26, 1994
Family breakdown and the disintegration of family values is the number one issue facing society. Join us from Nov. 25 to Nov. 27 as we address solutions for this issue.
Join us live in Harpers Ferry, WV, or online.
November 25- Parent and Presenter Training; Abstaining for Success and Happiness
November 26- Exposition of the Divine Principle Study
November 27- Strengthening Families and Communities Forum FREE
Kelly Kohls: National School Boards Leadership Council
Michael Marshall: Editor Emeritus, United Press International
Andy Wells: Missouri Director, No Left Turn in Education
Jamal Johnson: Abstinence Educator
Richard Urban: Co-founder, Vision Root and Urban Life Training.
Andy Wells is the Missouri Director of No Left Turn in Education. He explains the dangers for our children of the Transgender Indoctrination and the teaching of valueless “Comprehensive” Sexuality Education.
Andy also defines and explains why Critical Race Theory is definitely being taught in public schools throughout the nation.
He includes examples of books and graphic novels that are available in many school libraries that are not age appropriate.
Note: Some images of graphic novels available in school libraries shown in the video and slides are not appropriate for children, although they are in school libraries!
Whereas parents are the primary teachers of their children and whereas virtually all parents want their children to abstain from sexual activity while of school age; and being that the purpose of sexual health education is to help youth succeed in life, and whereas premature sexual activity is correlated with increased use of alcohol and drugs, poor academic performance, emotional stress, increased risk of suicide, infection with sexually transmitted diseases and unwanted pregnancy;
Be it hereby resolved by (fill in name of the Board of Education) that:
The primary purpose of all sexual education curricula in (fill in jurisdiction) will be to teach the benefits of abstaining from all types of sexual activity and physical sexual contact while of school age.
Marriage will be presented as an attainable goal and the appropriate and morally acceptable place for sexual activity when we become legal adults, and also as the most beneficial arrangement for the children that may be born to married parents.
Since the discussion of same-sex attraction and gender identity is not conducive to these goals and same-sex attraction cannot be confirmed without physical sexual contact, these topics will not be included in the sexual education curriculum.
Further, the prevention of child abuse, through affirming each child’s agency, is an important goal of sexual health education.
Therefore, young children will be taught that no one should touch them in the area covered by their bathing suit. Older children will be taught that no one should touch their sexual organs or other body parts in any way inappropriately.
For more information, contact Richard Urban
First presented at the National School Boards Leadership Council Summit on July 30th, 2022.
Originally posted at www.urbanlifetraining.org
Dr. Kelly Kohls, founder of the National School Boards Leadership Council, explains her personal story of being a board of education member.
She describes how most board of education members are “Feckless Bobbleheads”, only doing the bidding of the school superintendent and other officials.
Board of education members are elected to represent parents, students and the community. Kelly explains why boards of education are failing our students, parents and community.