All over this nation, mothers and fathers are ignoring and abandoning their kids. Forgetting the children they have brought into the world, parents run back out into the world to party, get drunk, sleep around, do drugs, and entertain their sad, fleshly desires. And they abandon their own children to the predators of this present darkness.
Remember Kids: Help is on the way!
There are 704,777 Registered Sex Offenders in the United States
For the first fourteen years of my life, I was beaten and abused almost everyday by an older adult. At fifteen, I was molested by a homosexual male who was 35 years old. At seventeen, I was abused by several adult homosexual men. For the past ten years, I have been leading a fight to make sure that the terrible things that happened to me as a child will not happen to the kids of my city. Despite great opposition by the leaders of the homosexual agenda and their supporters against my stand to protect kids, I have gotten many great victories for kids in my city.
James Hartline Announces that the 18th porn peddler in San Diego has been run out of business thanks to the prayers & protests of Team Hartline!
My team and I preparing to do an educational tour of the poverty areas of City Heights. I use these events to educate San Diego Christians where kids are being abused and how San Diegans can be more involved in helping our city's families.
Praying for my community.
Leading a prayer meeting on the streets of Hillcrest to pray for the kids who are being abused inside of San Diego's homosexual community.
Leading a team of committed citizens at the San Diego City Council to demand that the city protect the kids of our city.
I have been blessed by God to have survived the terrible childhood that I experienced. My life story has been told all over the world including a national broadcast of the 700 Club. My victory over the homosexual lifestyle and my stand for righteousness in San Diego has even been translated into foreign languages and broadcast to families all over Europe. God spared me that I might fight for the youth of my generation.
This young homeless girl on the streets of downtown San Diego was begging for money for marijuana. I gave her $5.00 for permission to take her photograph and publish it. I told her I don't support marijuana use or any other substance abuse. I pondered how she got on the streets? What her home life had been like? What might happen to her in the future? Whether, or not, her parents knew where she was at?
The kids are taken away while their parents look the other way. Young daughters and little sons, taken, taken by the sexually immoral wolves of evil. Taken away into prisons, chained in the damnation of their pedophile captors. The children are crying out from their suffering, "Dad. Mom. I need you now. Please, help me! I just want to go home!"
Where are your children tonight? More importantly: where are YOU tonight?