to connectVideoMultiple churches in the Texas, smashed, spray painted with anti-Christian messages
The three churches in the Southeast Oak Cliff have been destroyed. Red spray paint was used to make a clear anti-Christian message. Dallas police are trying to determine whether or not the work of a single individual or a group.
Houses of worship near in the future, are now adorned with anti-Christian messages written in red spray paint, after a person is focused on churches over the weekend.
The Senior Pastor is Clarence Preston said as he drove up to the Beth-Eden Baptist Church, in Dallas’s Oak Cliff neighborhood on Sunday morning, and in the world “and are” painted in red on the right bottom of the tower.
“Well, it’s not something that I appreciated,” he told FOX4. “As a matter of fact, it was very much appreciated.”
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Two of the churches, in the streets — California. Luke Presbyterian Church St. Phillips Missionary Baptist Church were tagged with red spraypaint.
The Anti-Christian messages have been found in the bright red graffiti on at least three other churches in the Dallas area over the weekend.
St. Luke, are the words, “scam,” “it’s all lies,” and “do not commming” (sic) written on the side of the building. The word “Jesus” is written with a slash through it in the church.
“We don’t know what the motivation is or the reason as to why she would pass up such an activity as this one,” Preston told FOX4.
The Dallas Police Department told FOX4, it is still working to determine whether or not the work of one person or a group. Officials have not said if they believe the crimes are related, but all three of these churches have been vandalized with red paint and the word “lie” is written on all of them.
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Most of the graffiti was still to be seen on Monday, even if they have tried to cover the writing at the Pc. Luke’s bags.
The words “scam,” “it’s all lies,” and “do not commming,” were spray painted on the side of a church in the Dallas neighborhood of Oak Cliff.
The officials were also investigating reports of graffiti on three other church buildings in the area, that is, the total number of buildings affected in order to six, WFAA reported.
“A lot of churches have the same message,” Bishop Ray Campbell, from the Ideal Family of the Church, told the tv station.
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Pastor Clarence Preston, wife of Charles, Etta Preston, told FOX4 they believe that whoever is behind the attack, was “crying out for help,” but it’s still in a position to have a chance for redemption.
“We’re hoping that they walk through our doors, and receive Christ,” she said on Monday. “We have to pray for them.”