1. Talk about 2-Minute Warning Ministries.
One of 2-Minute Warning Ministries’ primary goals is to educate people about the dangers of organizations like the NFL and Disney who are encouraging people to embrace ungodly values such as homosexuality. We also aim to teach millennials why biblical values should be the moral foundation of this nation.
2. Introduce us to Kymo Dockett, the founder of 2-Minute Warning Ministries.
I’m from St. Louis and grew up a baseball Cardinals fan. I wanted to be a writer ever since I was a child, and over the years, I have completed various writing projects, from a Christian newsletter on Howard University’s campus to promoting Christian Hip Hop. In this season of my life, I felt compelled to use my writing talents to help warn a group of companies I call the Rebel Alliance who are encouraging people to rebel against God. I also write books and conduct workshops about how the homosexual agenda is destroying this nation. I have also observed a no-kissing rule before marriage for over twenty-five years as I believe I have the gift of singleness. I currently live in Washington, D. C. and hope to travel the world to let people know some of the consequences of abandoning Christian values.
3. Why did you decide to write Die Trying: One Man’s Quest to Stop the Homosexual Agenda?
I wanted to share what I believe is my inspirational journey designed to stop the homosexual agenda. In my book, I talked about several events in my life like how I made a fool of myself when I invested three years into writing a series of books called God vs. The NFL. At the time, I thought that God was going to cause the NFL to collapse in 2018 for their part in promoting the homosexual agenda. I also have five years of failed awareness campaigns under my belt as I fought to keep biblical values from being pushed out of our nation. To top things off, I wrote Die Trying after I was unjustly laid off a job. Despite these and other struggles, I’m committed to keep fighting to promote the importance of traditional family values. The book is partially designed to encourage people to ignore their past failures, current struggles and keep trying to make a difference for God as we watch our country drift further away from God.
4. What else do you talk about in your new book?
Die Trying not only contains my inspirational quest to stop the homosexual agenda, but this book features a collection of articles I have written over the last five years. I collected my best material from the four books I wrote about the importance of traditional family values and combined them into one book. Since I wrote three books geared towards warning the NFL to stop promoting the homosexual agenda, I decided to structure Die Trying like an NFL season. Over a 20-week period, I present 20 ways the LGBT community is helping to destroy America.
Throughout this book, I also tell short stories of people whose lives have been negatively impacted by the homosexual agenda so people can get a better idea of how dangerous the homosexual agenda is. I believe people will be shocked when they learn some of the unintended consequences of our society rejecting biblical values and accepting a set of ungodly values.