Promoting Abstinence especially to Black and Hispanic women and girls is not just a nice thing to do, it is now a Life or Death problem that must be solved! It is now mandatory that Youth ministers and Christian leaders and all who have a heart for solving this problem must work together to promote abstinence, which is still the only 100% method, to avoid the problems that are experienced by Black and Hispanic women and girls having children outside-of-wedlock. These women and girls and children are extremely disadvantaged and many are dying everyday.
Based on research, HIV/AIDS related illness is now the leading cause of death among Black women ages 25-34. Black women and girls account for approximately 70% of new cases of HIV in the U.S. (and in certain major cities, percentages are as high as some sub-Saharan African countries). Also, 72% of Black children are born outside of wedlock and being raised in single parent homes headed mostly by their mothers (and no father). Hispanic women account for 21% of new cases of HIV in the U.S and 53% of Hispanic children are born outside of wedlock and being raised in single parent homes headed mostly by their mothers (and no father). Therefore, if we lose Black and Hispanic single mothers (women and girls) to sexually transmitted diseases, a large percentage of children will have no parent they can depend on or who will want to raise them (which has already happened to a generation of children in sub-Saharan Africa).
Again, it is now mandatory that we, as Christian leaders and ministers, learn to teach Black and Hispanic women and girls why and how to avoid having sex before marriage and the problems that come with pre-marital sex, such as increase in unwanted pregnancies; HIV/AIDS; poverty; neglected children; abortions and many other problems that leads to a horrible future for too many of them and too many children. But above all and most importantly, we must lead them to develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ and live based on Christian values and Biblical principles in every area of their lives so they can experience God’s best for their lives here on earth and spend eternity with Him in Heaven (and not in hell based on the consequences of the sin of Fornication as stated in the Bible; such as in Galations 5:19-21).
Although The Loretta Johnson Global Abstinence Project is already taking off like wildfire and the workshop, “Experiencing God’s Best for Your Life through Abstinence”, is now being presented to thousands of women and girls per month, and many of “The ABSTINENCE Handbook: for Women and Girls throughout the World” books are being distributed, this is still a small percentage in comparison to all the women and girls in the United States and world-wide, who need to know why and how to practice Abstinence. So, I want to continue to reach, teach and motivate many thousands and even millions and more women and girls to practice Abstinence. In order to accomplish this goal to broadly and more effectively increase the reach and promote Abstinence to more Black and Hispanic women and girls, the purpose of The Loretta Johnson Global Abstinence Conferences 2015 is to teach and train Youth ministers and Christian leaders and anyone else who can benefit from this conference (from all Christian denominations and organizations) to learn how to effectively promote, motivate and teach Black and Hispanic women and girls why and how to avoid having sex before marriage and many of the problems that can destroy their lives and the lives of too many children before it is too late.
Therefore, I am personally inviting you to attend The Loretta Johnson Global Abstinence Project Conferences 2015 to help to achieve this goal in honor of our Lord Jesus Christ!
I look forward to meeting and seeing you there and God bless you always and abundantly!
Kim Wilson, Founder
The Loretta Johnson Global Abstinence Project
121 Ardenlee Drive
Peachtree City, GA. 30269
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The Loretta Johnson Global Abstinence Project Conferences 2015
"ABSTINENCE IS THE CURE!"
June 13, 2015 - Atlanta, Georgia
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Breakdown of Black Families
Breakdown of Hispanic Families
And many other problems you may not be aware of that must be solved