Lee in the Mountains

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non-Bibical “Diversity ” is death

Does your pastor ever mention the ongoing White Genocide?  Or does your lying pastor and church promote White Genocide?

Like the formerly White churches with Spanic “ministries” ?

Like First Baptist Church of Galax, VA, high up in the formerly White Celtic Highlands of  SW Virginia:

MINISTRIES : Hispanic Congregation

To read the following in English, please click here.
For Prayer Concerns click here. EL MINISTERIO HISPANO DE LA PRIMERA IGLESIA BAUTISTA DE GALAX
ES UN MINISTERIO INTEGRAL PARA TODA LA FAMILIA HISPANA

Carta del Pastor:
Estimado amigo (a) hispano (a) te damos la bienvenida a nuestra Iglesia.
Como pastor de la congregación hispana quiero invitarte a que nos visites y que seas parte de la familia Cristiana Hispana.

La Iglesia Bautista Hispana de Galax, está formada por un hermoso grupo de personas de varios países latinos, todos unidos por la fe en Jesucristo.

Todos los que no hemos nacido en este país y vivimos aquí por trabajo u otras razones, a veces nos sentimos un poco solos. Pero en la iglesia Bautista todos somos como una familia y nos ayudamos unos a otros, y oramos unos por otros.

Dios te ama y tiene un plan para ti y tu familia.

Deseamos animarte a seguir al Señor Jesús fielmente, todos los días de tu vida.

Cada domingo, cada miércoles, y en cada reunión de la iglesia siempre habrá una persona esperándote con alegría.

Es mi deseo y mi oración que cada hispano en Galax y alrededores reciba el mensaje de salvación en Jesucristo y que cada familia viva unida, en paz, en armonía, y en comunión con Dios.

Ricardo Alvarado.
Pastor

El Ministerio Hispano de la Primera Iglesia Bautista de Galax, existe con el propósito de servir a toda la comunidad hispana de Galax y sus alrededores.

Nuestra iglesia sirve en diferentes áreas de la comunidad imigrante, como en  las  necesidades espirituales, físicas, educativas,  sociales  y  familiares  a  fin de desarrollar personas y familias con convicciones firmes basadas en la Palabra de Dios, e integradas a la sociedad americana.

El Ministerio Hispano de la Primera  Iglesia Bautista, está motivado por el amor  a  Dios  y  al  prójimo.

Jesús dijo:
“Porque tuve hambre, y me disteis de comer;  tuve sed,  y me disteis de beber;   fui extranjero,  y me recibisteis;  estaba desnudo, y me vestisteis;  enfermo,  y me visitasteis;  en la cárcel,  y vinisteis a mí.”

Mateo 25: 35-36.

Actividades para toda la familia:
• Escuela  Dominical  los  domingos  a  las  10: 00  a. m.
•   Servicio  de  adoración  a  las  11:00  a. m.
• Estudio Bíblico  y  oración,  domingos a las 6: 00 p. m.
• Estudios  bíblicos  en  los  hogares.
• Visitación  y  evangelismo.
• Clases  de  inglés  como  segunda  lengua.
• Alfabetización para adultos hispanos.
• Clases en español para hacer el GED.
• Clases en español para hacer el examen de ciudadanía.

Otros  servicios:
• Consejería familiar.  (Con cita al Tel. 236-5185)
• Cursos bíblicos por correo.   (Gratis a cualquier país)
• Donación de ropas usadas.
•    Ministerio de benevolencia.

Con el objetivo de responder a las necesidades del inmigrante hispano en su integración a la sociedad en USA,  también ofrecemos ayuda gratuita en:

Orientación:
• Con los servicios médicos disponibles.
• En llenar solicitudes de empleo.
• En como obtener un número  ITIN  (Individual Tax Identification Number).
• En el proceso de solicitar un número de SSN  (Social security number).
• De los requisitos de USCIS para refugiados.
• En la renovación de permisos de trabajo y otros permisos.
• Con traducción de documentos personales.
• Para encontrar un notario que hable español.
• En encontrar un interprete para el hospital, la corte u otros lugares.

En la iglesia no tenemos una oficina de servicios profesionales, sólo brindamos orientación en como encontrar los servicios disponibles a los imigrantes.

Cómo  llegar  a  la  iglesia:

La   iglesia  está  en  la   Ruta  58, que  es  la   misma   Stuart  Dr.

1/2  milla  al  oeste de  la  tienda  Wal Mart  o  1/2  milla  al  este de  McDonald’s.

Si necesita transporte para venir a la  iglesia solamente llamenos al Tel. 236 – 51 85 o al 238- 55 46 y  le  iremos  a  recoger.

HORARIO  DE  LOS  SERVICIOS

MIÉRCOLES

DOMINGOS
ESCUELA  DOMINICAL  10: 00  a. m.
SERVICIO DE ADORACIÓN  11: 00  a. m.

ESTUDIO  BÍBLICO  Y  ORACIÓN  6: 00 P. M.

Bienvenidos  a  la  casa  de  Dios

Yo me alegré cuando me dijeron:
Vamos a la casa del Señor.”

Salmo 122: 1


The  Hispanic  Ministry  at  First  Baptist  Church  of  Galax  is
an  Integral  Ministry  for  the  Whole  Family

Letter from the pastor:

Dear hispanic friend, we welcome you to our church!

As the pastor of the hispanic congregation I want to invite you to visit us and be a part of our Christian hispanic family.

First Baptist’s Hispanic congregation is formed by a beauitul gruoup of people from several latin countries, all united by our faith in Jesus Christ.

All of us who weren’t born here and live here because of work or other reasons sometimes feel a bit lonely.  In our congregation we are all like family, help each other and pray for each other.

God loves you and has a plan for you and your family.

We wish to encourage you to follow the Lord Jesus faithfully,  all the days of your life.

Every Sunday, Wednesday and at every church meeting there will always be somebody waiting for you with joy.

It is my wish and my prayer that every hispanic in Galax and its surrounding area receive the message of salvation through Jesus Christ and that every family can live in unity, peace, harmony and in fellowship with God.

Ricardo  Alvarado.
Pastor

The purpose of the Hispanic ministry at First Baptist is to serve the entire hispanic community of Galax and its surrounding areas.

Our church serves the hispanic community in different ways such as spiritual, physical, educational, social and family needs with the purpose of developing individuals and families with firm convictions based in the Word of Gdd and integrated with the American community.

The Hispanic ministry at First Baptist is motivated by the love of God and love for others.

Jesus Said:
For I was hungry and you gave me something to eat, I was thirsty and you gave me something to drink, I was a stranger and you invited me in, I needed clothes and you clothed me, I was sick and you looked after me, I was in prison and you came to visit me.”
Matthew 25: 35 – 36

Activities for the whole family:
• Sunday School , Sundays 10: 00 a. m.
•   Worship service, Sundays 11: 00 a.m.
• Bible Study and prayer meeting, Sundays 6: 00 p.m.
• Bible study groups in homes
• Visitation and evangelism
• English as a second language classes
• Reading and writing classes for the hispanic adult
• Spanish GED preparation classes
• US Citizenship exam preparation classes

Other services:
• Family counseling (by appointment: (276) 236-5185)
• Distance learning Bible classes (mailed to any country at no cost)
• Clothes Closet ministry
• Benevolence ministry

With the purpose of meeting the needs of the hispanic immigrant in his integration to the society in the U. S. we also offer help at no cost in the following:

Orientation:
• With medical services available.
• With filling out work applications.
• With the process of obtaining a
TIN. (Tax Identification Number)
• With the process of obtaining a
SS#. (Social Security Number)
• With the requirements of the
USCIS. (U. S. Citizen and Immigration Services) for refugees
• With renewing work permits and other permits.
• With the translation of personal documents.
• With finding a Spanish speaking notary public.
• With finding an interpreter for hospital visits, court cases or other needs.

We do not have a professional services office at the church. We only give orientation on how to find these services available to immigrants.

How to get to church:

The church is on Route 58, which is the same as Stuart Dr., ½ a  mile west of Wal-mart  or ½  a mile east of McDonald’s Restaurant.

If you need transportation to get to church, call us at (276) 236 – 5185 or (276) 238 – 5546 and we will pick you up.

Schedule of services:

Sundays
Sunday School 10: 00 a. m.
Worship service 11: 00 a. m.

Bible Study and prayer meeting 6:00 p.m.

Welcome to the  house of the Lord!

I rejoiced with those who said to me,
“Let us go to the house of the LORD.”

Psalm 122:1

____________________________

Here is a “beautiful” Spanic murderer,  from near the Galax, VA  First Baptist neighborhood.

Floyd County man charged in murder (NB: Floyd County INVADER)

08/27/2009

Antonio Rueda is accused of beating Steve Futchko to death at a mobile home park.

By Shawna Morrison
381-1665

Antonio RuedaAntonio Rueda

A Floyd County man is charged with murder in connection with the killing of a man who died Monday night after being assaulted in a mobile home park, the Floyd County Sheriff’s Office said.

Steve Futchko, 49, died at Carilion New River Valley Medical Center after he was found outside a home on Grays Lane, just outside the town of Floyd, the sheriff’s office said Wednesday.

Antonio Rueda, 24, has been charged with second-degree murder. Rueda, who lives on Grays Lane, is being held in the New River Valley Regional Jail in Dublin.

A hearing date has not been set.

The sheriff’s office wouldn’t say what may have led to the incident.

Steve Futchko’s father, John Futchko, said his son also lived at the mobile home park. He said he worked as a handyman there and for Gardner Funeral Home.

He said other people who live in the park told him his son was beaten after confronting a man for speeding up and down the park’s road.

John Futchko said he was told that when Steve Futchko approached the driver, the man hit him, knocking him to the ground, and then kicked him repeatedly.

“He was just trying to slow the guy down, from what I understand,” John Futchko said.

He said his son was concerned about the man’s driving because several children live in the park.

Deputies were called to Grays Lane about 10 p.m. Monday to a reported assault. When they arrived, they found Steve Futchko unconscious, the sheriff’s office said. He was taken to Carilion New River Valley Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead. No weapons were involved, the sheriff’s office said.

John Futchko described his son as a hardworking, easy-going man.

“He was one of those all-around handymen,” he said.

He said he and his son lived in Cleveland, Ohio, until about 16 years ago. John Futchko moved to Dugspur and his son followed him to Virginia, moving to Floyd County.

Steve Futchko lived alone, his father said, and had a grown son who lives in Washington state.

“I haven’t even cried,” John Futchko said Wednesday afternoon. “I don’t think it’s had time to sink in.

____________________

God save White people from “diversity”, lying pastors, and White hating churches! God save the Celtic Fringe!

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One response to “non-Bibical “Diversity ” is death

  1. Steve in the Swamps August 30, 2009 at 3:29 am

    Strangely, the Hispanic Church doesn’t seem too interested in diversity.

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