Most parents are unaware of the extent of filth and violence being marketed to their children.A CD released by rapper Eminem, for example, featured lyrics glorifying sex, drug use, and the murder of a pregnant woman.’ And I go to bed at night thinking ‘I got to do more’.This is my issue and now you see why,” Brungardt said following the video.Did the author just assume that everyone comes from a healthy family situation?Because that's not the case for a lot of people, and telling some young people to "just be patient, your parents will give you more autonomy as time goes by" could actually be destructive. I mean you can imagine he was shocked, he was numb, he even lied about it. I don’t blame homosexuals for being angry when people say they’ve made a choice to be gay, because they don’t.
Following the video, Brungardt said Jana’s Campaign is her “thing” or passion.“It’s the thing that I get up in the morning and think, ‘What else can I do?What a contrast to the praise-filled words sung by King David over two thousand years ago and still voiced in churches today: “O Lord, our Lord, how majestic is your name in all the earth! Music has incredible influence to harm or heal the minds and spirits of our children. We pray that you will use Lord, You have given us the beautiful gift of music. Brungardt is co-founder of Jana’s Campaign, an organization based in Hays and Colorado Springs, Colo., that works to reduce gender-based abuse, promote healthy relationship behaviors, and ultimately create a culture of strong respect among adolescents.The campaign was founded in memory of Brungardt’s daugher, Jana Mackey, who was murdered in 2008 at age 25 as a result of domestic violence.