Yahushua DSCI Ministry was recently contacted by channel 2 news by an investigator reporter Robert Arnold, doing a story about the SPLC hate map that list a lot of people and organizations as hate groups and wanted to know why our ministry was listed as a "hate group".
Here is a link to his article:
Pastor Bill Patterson spoke with Mr. Arnold from channel 2 news and explained to him that this is a ministry website and that we do not have a church building per say. We meet in homes and other places to study God's word together just as the early church had done. I explained that i do not understand why we were listed as a hate group?
I explained that Yahushua DSCI Ministry does not follow the trends of modern charismatic or Judeo-Christian worldly churches.
However we do hate what is unrighteous and what is unpleasing to God. We expose the works of darkness, the synagogue of Satan and believe in what really happened in the garden and that YES there are those that call their self a Jew but they do lie and even Christ identified them as son's of Cain the kenites.
For this reason and because we hold on to the true teachings of the Word of Christ and identify as part of the true 12 tribes of Israel we are singled out and called racists, antisemitic, etc.
What better way to turn others away from the knowledge of truth by calling someone a racist and anti-Semitic?
Remember there are many that have taken the mark of the beast and are fooled into following the ways of Satan. We will not bend on our beliefs and the truth in God's word.
We have the seal of Christ in our hand and forehead and we identify as the elect the remnant that will stand firm just as the church of Smyrna and Philadelphia..so if other's want to call us racists, antisemitic, etc. So be it..Amen
We have every right to our faith our beliefs and our religion and because of this we should not be labeled as a hate group.
AMENDMENT I: RELIGION, SPEECH, PRESS, ASSEMBLY, AND PETITION
Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.