Good works objected
to by Mike Cole,
Presbytery of New Covenant
The following article appeared in The Leader, a suburban Houston newspaper. This is one example of the good works that is being coordinated by Joyce Wolter, the object of hatred of Joe Delgatto and Mike Cole. Ms. Wolter, the mother of John WorldPeace, sued Joe Delgatto and others for their corrupt acts at Heights Presbyterian Church.
The witch, Patty Ellis, who refused to remove the Satanic Pentagram from the side of the church, and the liaison of Delgatto and to whom he has abdicated many of his responsibilities as minister, loudly stated at one session meeting that Joyce Wolter was not to be reimbursed for the cost of the material for the quilts for abused children. How evil!
This is an example of the degeneration of leadership and the resident evil at Heights Presbyterian Church. When Mike Cole, took over as General Presbyter of Presbytery of New Covenant, he supported Joe Delgatto in his many corrupt acts of theft of church assets and the attempted obligation of Heights Presbyterian Church to the Independent Heights Project, a HUD retirement community in one of the worst crime areas in Houston.
Delgatto by his own admission had no authority from the session, the congregation or the Presbytery to commit the church to the project. For two years he labored in secret with Patty Ellis and a few other members of the church and several leaders at Presbytery of New Covenant to bring about the Independence Heights Project along with his partner in crime Tom Lord. And then Mike Cole appointed an illegal Administrative Commission to force the project on Heights Presbyterian Church.
Yet even all this can be tolerated as business as usual with a corrupt preacher backed up by a corrupt Presbytery and the help of the likes of Art Greer and Lynn Johnson the Stated Clerk.
But Mr. Cole has backed up Joe Delgatto in his barring WorldPeace, Joyce Wolter's son, from reactivating his membership in Heights Presbyterian Church and WorldPeace's wife from becoming a member. Per the Book of Order this is an rejection of Christ and a scandal on the gospel. G-5.0103. No persons shall be denied membership because of race, ethnic origin, worldly condition, or any other reason not related to profession of faith. But when men like Delgatto, Cole, Greer and Johnson have been possessed by darkness it takes more than prayer to root out the evil that has possessed them.
Not a single member has joined Heights Presbyterian Church in over a year. The first baptism in a year will be performed next month. My wife, Kay WorldPeace, who was baptized in a now closed Baptist church has requested to be baptized again and to become a member of Heights Presbyterian Church. It is fully expected that her request will be rejected by Delgatto with the blessing of Mr. Cole.
I would submit to you that the Presbytery must be purged of Mike Cole, Art Greer and Lynn Johnson and Heights Presbyterian Church of Delgatto. No Christian, no Presbyterian can support the closing of the church membership and the denial of baptism to any person who professes a faith in Jesus Christ. This is the work of Satan and the sign of Satan has already been once placed on the side of the sanctuary with no effort by Delgatto to remove it.
It is time for all true Christians to stand up and cut the darkness from the church. There is no middle ground with Christ. You are either a Christian or you are not and being a Christian includes responsibilities.
Jesus said: "But woe to you , scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites, because you shut off the kingdom of heaven from people; for you do not enter in yourselves; nor do you allow those who are entering to go in." Matthew 23:13
Mike Cole is an abomination to Christ. Who will defend his actions? Who believes that the Presbyterian Church is an exclusive club and one must gain approval from Mike Cole and Joe Delgatto who have set themselves up as judge in the name of Christ in order to become a Presbyterian. These men are at the heart of darkness in the Presbyterian Church and they must be jettisoned. Christ requires it. Christ demands it. To do otherwise is to allow the resident evil in the Presbyterian Church to grow like cancer and eventually kill the church body.
For those of you who do not want to receive these emails in the next weeks let me know and I will take you off the list. It will be Christ himself to whom you will answer for you apathy.
In two weeks, Heights Presbyterian Church is going to celebrate a hundred year anniversary. It is my determination to purge the church of its darkness before the anniversary. Mike Cole and Joe Delgatto have set themselves up against Christ and I have set myself against them.
The time has come for all Presbyterians to perform a purging of apathetic and corrupt leaders who have a choke hold on the church. Let those who have ears hear.
"Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For you are like whitewashed tombs which on the outside appear beautiful, but inside they are full of dead men's bones and all uncleanness. So you, too, outwardly appear righteous to men, but inwardly you are full of hypocrisy and lawlessness."
Matthew 23: 27
In Jesus name,
July 6, 2003
Tack quilting project benefits young victims of physical, emotional abuse
By Kelly ann Norton
Editor the Leader
August 22, 2002
With a little cutting , sewing and tacking of colorful material, a group of north side women’s labor of love is helping put the pieces of abused children’s lives back together.
In the past four years, Joyce Wolter and several friends from Heights Presbyterian Church have made quilts for the Children’s Assessment Center. In fact, this July’s donation brought the total of hand made quilts to 550 (740 as of July 2003)
When Wolter approached members of her church, Mary McLelland said she knew from the beginning that she wanted to be involved.
With their first delivery of 60 quilts, the women received a tour of the CAC.
“After visiting the center, I was completely hooked (as were the other women.) It’s just a terrific thing to do for these children.” McLelland said.
The Children’s Assessment Center meets physical and emotional needs of Harris County’s sexually abused children including food and clothing, complete medical care and therapy.“
The quilts are given to children when Children’s Protective Services takes them into custody,” said Tracie Sellman, the center’s community outreach coordinator. “the children receive a survival pack with clothing, toiletries and such and one of these quilts for comfort. It’s something to hang on to that’s theirs.”
The women learned their quilts provided the children some feeling of security.
Sellman said the center therapists sometimes se these quilts when helping children define boundaries.
Some quilts, for example those with Christmas holiday themes, have been given as gifts to the children, while others serve as wall hangings in the center’s family room.
The Children’s Assessment Center serves children from birth to age 18 every day of the week, 24 hours a day.
The CAC employs bilingual interviewers and therapists, including those skilled in American Sign Language. The CAC also assists law enforcement with interviews and medical examinations of children who are victims of severe physical abuse or who have witnessed trauma.
The center is a safe place for children and their families to recover from abuse and trauma and the shame that often results from victimization.
The quilters said they were impressed with the center services and find satisfaction inknowing how the quilts are used. Many of women are retired, have found they, too, benefit from this tack quilting project.
Virginia Head said it gives her something to do that she knows benefit’s a worthwhile program.
Wolter’s best friend since elementary school, Mary Sue Red and Idabel Walden said they can quilt and tack and just enjoy doing it.
Mozell Wilkes sad she loves to do handiwork and the reason they were doing the quilting keeps her involved. Wilkes, Lena Fridaye and Pauline Fairchild also enjoy the fellowship of the group at the once a month gathering.
Anna Faye Bond (now deceased) said this was a cause she could use her time and talents for that could help somebody else.
This core group of women meet each month for a day of quilting, food and fellowship. Wolter typically finds the material, while other women in the group will sew, tack or baste the hems. Some of the women work on quilts at home as well. Then Wolter’s daughter, Cheryl Gahm, finishes the quilts by machine and another delievery trip is planned to the CAC.
For information on services or opportunities to help the Children’s Assessment Center, call 713-986-3300.
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