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This is an example of how social needs should be met by private charity rather than super expensive and wasteful government spending.  This program gives away a big shopping cart of food to needy families for less than a dollar a family and they can come back as much as they need.  IF we get real about needs we realize that private charity is the answer and needs to be encouraged.  The founder of GET Real Alliance made the critical large donation to help them buy the badly needed old grocery store to move into out of the parking lot of a small church.  Critical timing that has saved so many people.  Sadly due to horrible tax laws his donation was not even fully deductible meaning he had to make extra income over the donation to pay the tax due on 40% of the donation!!!  This is wrong but shows how government really hates private charity as it makes them look so bad.  Help us with a monthly donation so that we can help spread the word about our mission and use some money to help charities like this.  All the is needed for evil to prevail is for good people to do nothing.

David Munson,  

We would like to express our gratitude for the financial donation to help us make the down payment on 2019 N. Masters, Dallas, 75217. As you know, we opened the Inspired Vision Compassion Center on January 20, 2020. It has been a lifesaving center during the pandemic. In 2020, we gave groceries to 334,023 families. During the freeze, this past week, there was so much desperation for food, warm clothing, blankets, and water. We were able to meet so many people’s needs. Friday, February 19, 2021, we gave groceries to 2012 families in one day. We average 1800 families a day coming for groceries. Your donation was an investment in life saving. 

We are genuinely concerned about the children in poverty. At Christmas, WFAA raised toys for us. We were able to give toys and goodie bags to 6024 children, who would not have had Christmas, otherwise. We also had a school supply and uniform giveaway where we clothed and gave school supplies to several thousand children, at the beginning of the school year. We have provided hundreds of winter coats for children. At Graduation and Prom time, Seniors had to give up so much, because of the closures this year. Trying to make it easier on these students we provided Prom and Graduation clothing for high school and college graduations. We also gave gifts to each graduate that came in. 

The Medical need is so great in this area of Dallas. We are trying to meet that need. The Life Saving Foundation has set up a clinic for free medical for children, in our building. Children can get free doctors, vaccinations, medicine, and x-rays at the clinic. Parkland is setting up a virtual clinic in one room of our building, so that people who cannot get to Parkland, will be able to have a virtual visit with a doctor. Life Savers Foundation also has a mobile sonogram and pregnancy testing center, for women, that comes to our parking lot. 75217 zip has one of the highest teen pregnancy rates in the nation. We are trying to provide healthcare for these women, to have healthier babies. Plans are being made to install the sonogram equipment in one of the rooms at the Compassion Center. 75217 also has the highest mortality rate for children, along with the highest cancer rate, highest diabetes rates, among other highest rates in the DFW metroplex. 

We work with the Faith Health Collaborative. This consists of the major hospitals in the  Dallas area, working with faith organizations to better serve Dallas. They purchased a scanner card system for us to log in the people with the Iris program, used by Parkland. Parkland provided us with the Iris program. In this program, we can refer people to the hospitals, and hospitals can refer their patients to us, for other help. This is a great collaboration.  

When Covid 19 caused closures, the SPCA came to us. They told us that many families were having to surrender their pets, because they could not feed them. We partnered with SPCA and Duck team 6 to provide animal food, so that pets could stay in their homes. We are also providing clinics for spay/neuter and vaccination of pets, with these organizations. 

So many babies need food and diapers. The Compassion Center has one room dedicated to baby’s formula, diapers, and equipment.  

We try to meet every need of families in poverty. We have a room of first aid supplies. We have people who need bandages, blood pressure cuffs, sugar monitors, etc. We can supply those things. We also supply crutches, wheelchairs, raised toilet seats, shower chairs and other home medical equipment, along with adult diapers and bed pads, to many sick and hurting people. We have a room of hygiene supplies and cosmetics. For disasters such as house fires, we have a room of household supplies, such as pillows, blankets, towels, and cleaning supplies. 

Inspired Vision Compassion Center has been featured on the news channels, 14 times, this past year.  Pastor Karen Belknap, our founder, was chosen as “Woman of the Year” by CW33, because of the work at the Center. 

Our motto; Everyone eats! We do not have zip code restrictions. Anyone who needs groceries can come, Monday to Friday from 9:30am-5pm, get in the line, fill out a form and get groceries.  

There is enough day-old food, overruns, and short dated food, to feed every hungry person in the world. This food goes to the landfills, to create toxic gases. We ask companies to donate this food to us. We distribute it to families in need. It not only saves the environment, but it feeds masses of people who would be hungry, otherwise.  It is a win/win for everyone. Our dream is to use this first center as a model for other centers. We would like to set up these centers in other pockets of poverty. There are many old grocery store buildings in poverty areas that are food deserts. We can purchase these buildings very inexpensively.  

Thank you again for believing in our dream that no one goes hungry! You have helped us save lives! 


Pastor Karen Belknap, Dr. Teadran White, Trevelan Belknap and the Inspired Vision Compassion Center team. 

David Munson speaks on the Leah Belding show

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David Munson Jr went on the Leah Belding Show to discuss the presidential elections and his take on the whole climate change crisis. Using the show as a platform to promote the Get Real Alliance, which is a non profit founded by David, himself. David hopes to gain money donation along with email signups to his newsletter, which teaches about soil care and benefits on how soil can help fight climate change. David Munson Jr  would also love to see the world go carbon negative even with the use of natural gas as the main source of energy, which would be 55% less harmful than coal, which is currently the major source of energy in most parts of the world. 

Leah is now back with her new show, a call in format designed to deal with the current issues of today’s world and to gain feedback from her listening audience.

Texas Philanthropist Makes Remineralization Part of His Christian Mission

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Love your neighbor as yourself’ is not only the Second Great Commandment as cited by Jesus Christ in the New Testament, but it’s the mantra by which David Munson operates — both when he’s booking guests on his Dallas-Fort Worth-area TV show, as well when he advocates on behalf of remineralization to politicians.

“There’s a fight between good and evil going on in this world,” he says. “You can either be on the good side or the bad side. You can either be working to make the world a better place, or you could be pulling it down and mining it and just living for immediate pleasure.”

As for his digital program (available on YouTube), Munson’s Christian faith has him interviewing people who through their good works and charity strive to contribute to a better world for all. When it comes to his passion for remineralization, Munson says, it too falls under the neighborly love theme, because people need healthy, abundant food, and they need a clean environment, which rock dust can help achieve by promoting soil carbon sequestration.

It solves the rising carbon dioxide problem as it solves the soil depletion problem. By increasing the ability of soil to soak up water and air, pollution is minimized as is soil runoff. My goal is to promote soil remineralization and soil revitalization to solve the carbon dioxide crisis and to ensure humanity doesn’t starve to death in a few decades.”

Munson first became aware of remineralization after his family bought a commercial ranch in the 1980s along the Red River in northeastern Texas.

He says: It had a mixture of river bottom soil, which was fertile, and native upland soils that were depleted, demineralized and infertile. I saw how important soil is to productivity, going from soil that would grow huge, abundant crops to depleted lands with very little topsoil and infertile subsoil that basically grew almost nothing.

A mechanical engineer by trade, Munson started studying soil fertility and remineralization, applying concentrated rock dust like limestone and dolomite and other rocks, based on soil tests of what nutrients his soils were lacking.

“We boosted our production dramatically by balancing soil nutrients and trace elements in the soil on the ranch,” he said, adding basalt rock also carries some unique, beneficial remineralization qualities that are almost intangible. “I think one of the reasons people have seen big increases by using basalt rock dust in remineralizing soils is magnetism.

“Magnetism is kind of an unusual force that works in the world, and we don’t really understand all the ways life interacts with magnetism. But we know with these soils that when they’re high in paramagnetic qualities and have a mild magnetic attraction, they grow some of the best foods, and basalt is high in paramagnetism.”

A different kind of environmentalist

While passionate about soil and environmental issues, Munson might not be what everyone would consider as a typical environmentalist. He is, after all, co-owner of some partially-developed natural gas reserves, and he believes development of natural gas as a cleaner, lower-emissions hydrocarbon alternative to coal is vital to combating climate change while also ensuring stable, plentiful and independent access to energy for the United States.

Unlike coal, he notes, natural gas-fired power plants easily can be turned on and off to accommodate renewables such as wind and solar, which only provide electricity when the wind actually blows or the sun is shining.

As for combating climate change, Munson clearly sees remineralization as the preferred method. He has decided to devote substantial energy to supporting Remineralize the Earth, both in terms of raising money and advocacy.

I’ve reached out to other people to donate, I’ve donated myself, and I’m working hard to build more support for the organization,” he says, noting he has also spoken with politicians, including recently meeting with the staff of Sen. Ted Cruz to discuss remineralization options. I have had meetings with several congressmen about remineralization, trying to build support through legislation in the future. We’ll see what I can accomplish.”

He added: “People want to protect the soil and save the soil, and I think it’s possible to change the dialogue. Even for people who are not as convinced that global warming is as big a threat, it’s still a risk.

Making the world a better place

Remineralization is an important part of Munson’s Christian mission, and he has discussed the topic repeatedly on his regular broadcast, as well as with the politicians, farmers and everyday people with whom he comes in contact.

“I’m speaking with people I meet with about [remineralization], and I’m trying to work with some landowners in the North Texas area to do trial plots,” he says. I have one man doing a very smallscale rock dust plot, and I want to work with some commercial farmers to do trial applications to their fields of significant size. I’m trying to raise money and gather donations for the cause.

The Texas philanthropist hopes others will join him in reaching out to their legislators to advocate on behalf of rock dust, as well as financially supporting the cause by donating to such groups as RTE.

We desperately need broad-based support,” he says, adding the remineralization cause desperately needs people to share information and build awareness on rock dust’s potential as a tool for soil carbon sequestration that helps produce abundant, nutritious crops in the process.

“This is a very positive message about empowering people to grow more food and do more things.”