MARIA ROSALES TESTIMONY
After graduation In 1973 I worked at WSMR NM as a government employee.
In 1975 I followed my husband Ruben Rosales to Mainz Germany when he joined the Army. I continued to work for the federal government in Mainz as well. We did not have a car so we Took the bus to the chapel. We had given our hearts to Jesus Jesus chapel in El Paso Texas. We were looking for someone to baptize us just as Jesus had been by John the Baptist. The soldier picked us up at the bus stop and take us to his church where we were baptized submerged in water In Jesus name Acts 2:38-39. I had received the Holy Ghost speaking in tongues and was healed of 10 years of asthma. We read our Bible every day and witness to many soldiers and families about Jesus. I also continued to work for the federal government.
In 1978 we returned to the El Paso TX. We attended the United Pentecostal Church truth tabernacle. We baptized our children at this church in Jesus name. We had planned to attend CBC Conquerors Bible college to learn more about the Holy Bible. In 1978 we moved to Portland OR to attend Conquerors Bible College affiliated with United Pentecostal Church In 1981 we graduated Ministerial and Christian Ed Major. We helped to a start a church in Hood River OR. We took Bible college students to ID, WA and OR to different churches. We taught many Bible studies, held street meetings, ministered in rescue missions, prisons, booking facilities, hospice, nursing homes and door knocking.
In 1982 we moved to Cascade Locks OR to start a new work for the Lord. I became pregnant with Isaiah. Ruben was working for Bonnieville Power Plant. I came down with toxemia and moved back to El Paso TX so Isaiah could be born there.
In 1983 Ruben re-enlisted in the Army at Ft Bliss TX. He had a hernia operation. After recuperating he was sent to Nuremberg Germany. I followed with my two sons Joshua and Isaiah. Ruben became an E6 Non Commissioned Officer. I continued working for the federal government. We met many military families and took them to church. We traveled to Holland France Austria and all over Germany. We brought back many memories and pictures.
In 1986 we returned to El Paso TX. while awaiting for Rubens orders to Ft Polk LA. After a short stay we moved to Ft Polk LA. I continued working w the federal government as a secretary. I volunteered in the housing community for three years after work. To make life better for the soldiers and their families, Ruben and my boys assisted me every night while I served as a volunteer mayor. My community consisted of 1600 families. We were selected 3rd place Great American Family Award signed by Barbara Bush former First Lady of USA. I served as a volunteer Mayor as one of 13 Mayors. We conducted programs for child and spouse abuse, drug and alcohol abuse, energy and recycling program, Mr McGruff tags were made for children, self help classes for housing repairs, entrance beatification contests, Spring and Fall clean up, block parties and attended military command functions. We attended the Pentecostals of Alexandria LA with Pastor Mangun and sang with Gerund Davis as director in the choir. We were able to be a part of a live recording with the Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir in New York City NY. The choir also flew to San Francisco to perform in many churches. We lived in LA 5 years.
In 1991 Ruben retired with a medical condition after sustaining a head injury with brain damage in a baseball game during PT physical training. He had three granmal seizures, short term memory loss, verbal damage and on many medications. The doctors said he would never work again. The hospital called and I immediately drove from Alexandria to Ft Polk which was an hour away. I was home schooling Joshua and Isaiah at the time. His doctors said he would never work again.
In 1991 we moved to El Paso TX while awaiting his permanent disability. I continued home schooling the boys while awaiting his disability from Social Security and VA. He was on many medications. We tried starting a new church work but his condition prevented him so we attended church services with our home church with Pastor Ron Oliver.
In 1992 we moved to Stockton CA where we lived for 15 years. We attended Christian Life Center with Pastor Kenneth Haney. We continued teaching Sunday school. The boys were able to attend Christian school. I continued working for the federal government. We taught a Sunday school class of 52 boys. There is a great need for Sunday school teachers. The drug culture, crime and violence Is very real. A girl was shot to death at the entrance of the church. I started working security in CA. I felt a need to protect the citizens. Although we only were to observe and report the police would often thank us tor assisting them with our reports. Security is severely underrated but since 911 we are respected. I was working in Sacramento CA completing my paralegal internship with the CA State Public Defenders. I would work security at night at the state capital and in the morning work with the Public Defenders. I completed another internship with an immigration attorney as a paralegal. I was an office manager at a legal typing.service and learned all of the forms needed for wills, conservatorships, dissolutions, guardianship, name changes, bankruptcy, and a variety of other documents.
In 1999 Ruben and I divorced. The brain damage prevented us from continuing our marriage. We filed irreconcilable differences. I continued my college as a paralegal. I worked as a legal document preparer. Isaiah married and moved to Salinas CA to assist with the church.
In 2005 after my divorce from Ruben, I moved to El Paso TX to live with my mom. I continued working security and working on my Masters Degree on line with Ashford University in Organizational Manegement Human Resources. Joshua moved to AK to work with Wells Fargo.
In 2009 I moved to Juneau AK with Joshua, my oldest son, who was working for Wells Fargo. This was the most beautiful experience living in the wildest part of the US. The bears roaming freely and whales coming to spawn in the bays was thrilling to see. The bears would roam into the restaurants and the owners would shoot them with shot guns. The ice would freeze on the cars and we could not open the doors. We would have to purchase ice defroster and spray it into the openings. I worked for Walmart in the electronics department for a year. I landed an office manager position but when Joshua was offered another branch manager position in Nashville TN, I did not accept the position. We attended church with Pastor Nelson and had the honor of assisting with the music accompaniment when the pastor and his wife went on vacation. I loved learning about the Indians and their culture. Many have very lucrative jobs in the nursing field.
In 2009 Joshua was transferred to Nashville TN so I moved with them to continue working and completing my Masters in HR Mgmt. My undergraduate degree as a paralegal completed in 2005 as a paralegal allowed me to work for many attorneys in family law, personal injury, immigration, criminal law and bankruptcy. I have been involved in many elections for county commissioners, mayoral races, state representative and presidential campaigns. We did door knocking and phone banking. It was very rewarding. We would walk from house to house. I have moved many times to different cities such as Gallatin, Hendersonville, Nashville and Murfreesboro. I have made many friends. The country music is the life of the south and glues together their story of love and life's struggles. It was quite revealing to see their camaraderie is still alive and well. The civil war has bonded them and the past is never forgotten.
In 2019 I won 2nd Place Christmas Decorating contest in Murfreesboro TN where I am currently living and received $200 off my rent. I am involved in starting a new church in Brentwood TN with Pastor Kirk Denney. We serve at the Nashville rescue missions, visit nursing homes and look for homeless people under the bridges. My personal evangelism has allowed me to win many souls to the Lord Jesus Christ. Please obey Acts 2:38-39. My son Isaiah moved to TN to live with me while awaiting a kidney. He received a kidney and is recuperating. Please continue to pray for us.
I was raised a Catholic until I was 23. In 1974 a friend from high school Steve Dell invited me to his church called Jesus Chapel in El Paso TX . This is where I met Jesus for the first time. Three ministers laid hands on my head. They said Jesus wanted to fill me with his Holy Spirit. I needed peace in my life and agreed to close my eyes and lift my hands in surrender. They said I would feel his presence and begin to speak in tongues for three hours. My tongue was not moving and I felt a movement in my stomach that traveled up to my throat. There were sounds coming from inside of me. The Holy Bible said in Isaiah that Rivers of Living water would flow from my belly and with stammering lips and another tongue He would speak to his people. I felt a heavy burden fall off of me. I cried and laughed. I knew my life would never be the same again. As a child I became ill with asthma but was healed when I receive the Holy Ghost. The first year I read my Bible 20 times. Since then I have listened to Bible cassette tapes and CD’s and read every version of the Bible night and day. My kids memorized the Bible from listening to it in my car. I had scripture posters glued to the walls of my apartment. We had hourly nightly devotions with the kids. Now we have an app on our smart phones to listen to the Bible. I have Alexander’s Scorbys CDs and dramatization of the Bible. I used the KJV Thompson Chain Center Column reference Strongs Concordance Matthew Henry and Clark’s Commentary, The Genesis Record, Bible Lands and Customs. These were my Bible College manuals. People should go to Bible college first before college. We need to prepare to meet Jesus in the air when the trumpet sounds.
In 1975 we were stationed in Mainz Germany. I spent hours reading my Bible. I read where Jesus had been baptized by John the Baptist. We began to look for someone to baptize us. A soldier picked us up as we waited for the bus to take us to our apartment. He had many Jesus stickers on his glove compartment door. He asked if we wanted a ride. I asked him if he knew where we could get baptized. The Jesus stickers were a sign that Jesus had sent him. He took us to the Lighthouse in Wiesbaden-Dotzheim Germany. Pastor Alvin and Rhoda Cobb were missionaries from Conquerors Bible college in Portland OR. Their sons were Kevin Kerry, Kendal and daughter. They had rented a 52 room mansion, the home of a Dutches that was being used by the Air Force as a Rod and Gun club. The German government leased it to Pastor Cobb for $500 a month. The Rod and gun club had shot holes in the walls literally. The government allowed them to start a church there as long as they plastered the walls and painted it. They maintained the heating system and started church services and Sunday school and soon there would be a coffee house ministry and place for the soldiers to spend the weekends. A Bible college and many conferences were held there from many countries in Europe. Many missionaries came to speak and minister. There were also German Pentecostal services. Rev. N Wayne was the German missionary with the United Pentecostal Church with his wife Rev. Esther Nigh who assisted him with piano accompaniment and women’s classes. Their children were Walter Brent Michael and Stephanie. They were musically talented and love the Lord with all their heart.
We asked Pastor Cobb if we could be baptized. He asked if we had repented of our sins. We said yes. Then he agreed to baptize us in Jesus name as is stated in the Book of Acts 2:38-39. As a Catholic I was taught that Peter was the first pope. So I obeyed the scripture which said, “Repent and be baptized everyone of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of your sins ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost. For the promises is unto you and to your children and to all that are far off even as many as the Lord our God shall call.” My sins were washed away and any sins, past present or future would be under the blood of Jesus as long as I repented and was sincerely sorry for my sins. We lived in this mansion for six months overlooking the city of-
Wiesbaden-Dotztheim Germany. The landscaping around the building consisted of trees, bushes and flowers of every kind. At night we would go on the roof to look at the skies full of stars and the city lights. Jesus was now Lord of our lives and we did everything in Jesus name and prayed for his blessings night and day. Joshua was conceived there. Before I met Jesus I never wanted to have children and always threatened my husband that I would have an abortion if I ever got pregnant. But now Jesus was Lord of my life and I prayed for my first child. After five years of being married I never got pregnant until we got baptized in Jesus name. We began to witness to soldiers and their wives and would bring them to church where they would be baptized in Jesus name. We met many young families who became Brothers and Sisters in the Lord. We learned the songs of praise and we shared music from different composers. My favorite was Andre Crouch. I will never forget how Jesus changed my life. There were many military chapels and our choir would travel by bus too many military bases in Germany. I learn to play tambourine with the best of them.Pastor Cobb told us about Bible college. We did not want to leave Germany but we knew we were being led by Jesus to become ministers.
In 1978 we attended Conquerors Bible college in Portland OR. Rev. John Klemin was President of CBC and Rev. Ruby Klemin was his wife. They were our instructors. We wrote to him asking for help in finding an apartment and they had one waiting for us at the home of a family that he knew. They would give us jars of raw milk and taught us how to make cream and butter. They were in love with Joshua. A young couple attending the Bible college asked if they could babysit Joshua while we went to school. They wanted to have children but could not. After a year she became pregnant. Joshua attended many classes with us. He was only five years old. We started our classes with prayer services at 7 AM. Our classes consisted of every single book of the Bible both Old and New Testament. We learned about the lives of the prophets and apostles and the teachings of Jesus. The Holy Ghost allowed us to learn the mysteries of the Bible. Many people see the Bible as only a book. It is the living word of God. It speaks life into you. We attended CBC for four years. We completed an internship at Hood River OR under Rev. Raymond A. Sirstad. He and his wife Rebecca were our Bible college instructors. He was our pastor in Hood River OR. He had a burden to start a new church in Hood River OR. We had bought a new 1975 Chevy van and we used it to carry Bible college students to and from Portland to Hood River OR through the Columbia River Gorge every Wednesday and Sunday. Our services were held in the home of Sis Ann and her husband and soon he sold us land to build our church. This was our first time helping to start a new church. Many Bible college students and families joined in building this church which was a home missions project with the United Pentecostal Church. Sis Ann had a mother by the name of Rev. Lucille Farmer. She was the mother of Sis Ann. and Sis Rose. She once was a pastor in New Mexico. She baptized Pastor Alvin Cobb in Jesus name in New Mexico when he was in the Air Force. He received the Holy Ghost and went to Conquerors Bible college in Portland OR where he met his wife Rhoda. Reverend Lucille Farmer was a missionary in Ecuador and Israel. She came back from the mission field with Parkinson’s disease. Pastor Cobb came to visit Rev. Lucille Farmer in Hood River OR. She thought she had come to die but the Lord showed her this family from Mexico and decided to start a new ministry with this Spanish family. They owned a taco house restaurant and we would have breakfast on Sunday mornings and witness to them. They had seven children that were married and we would invite them to church. They were Baptist so we started a Search for Truth Bible study in their kitchen with a cassette tape recorder and played Christian music. They finally started coming to church and liked the hand clapping, raising of hands and speaking in tongues. They were all baptized in Jesus name Their children were in Sunday school and soon became musicians in the church and teachers. This church has grown and move to a bigger building. Our lives were changed as we learned how to serve the Lord in the ministry. We assisted in ministerial trips with our van to ID and WA with the Bible college students. They brought their puppets for the children Sunday school classes. They sang and preached in different churches. We door knocked and passed out tracts about Jesus. I was expecting my second child Isaiah and we decided to move back to El Paso TX.
In 1983 Ruben joined the Army in Ft Bliss TX in the delay entry program. I was expecting my second child Isaiah. We went to Nurnberg Germany in the military. I worked as a secretary for the federal government. We began to serve the Lord witnessing to everyone that would listen. This time I took my six-year-old son Joshua and my six month old son Isaiah and 18 pieces of luggage. Rev N Wayne Nigh met us at the airport in Frankfurt Germany. He was a missionary at the Lighthouse where Pastor Alvin Cobb had baptized us in Jesus name. Rev. Nigh and his wife Esther were both ministers and their sons Walter, Brent, Michael and daughter Stephanie were their children. Esther and Rhoda were sisters. We were happy to see them again but we knew that we had to start a new church in Nurenberg Germany. Our next Pastor would be Rev. Richard McGrffin at a military chapel. We began door knocking at the military housing apartments and witnessing to wives and their husbands about Jesus. Isaiah began having seizures. We almost lost Isaiah when he was 18 months to spinal meningitis and encephalitis. The church fasted and prayed. Jesus healed him. The doctors did not expect him to live through the night and called him a miracle. Pastor Dan Cox was also our pastor and we went on many trips with them.We made sure that all of our families heard the gospel and were baptized in Jesus name received the Holy Ghost. Jesus said to go into all the world and that’s what we did.
In 1987 we were stationed in Fort Polk LA and attended the Pentecostals of Alexandria for five years. We ministered in the jails booking facilities nursing homes and street meetings. I played my accordion and Ruben preached and baptized the prisoners. On the military base I worked as a secretary for the federal government and was a volunteer mayor with a community of 1600 families. Out of 13 communities mine was the largest. I witness to so many people on the base during Desert Storm. Men , women and children were committing suicide. Mother’s would send their children out to play on the play grounds. Then they would take sleeping pills. Men would come home after receiving their deployment orders and put guns in their mouths and bIos out their brains. Children would hang themselves in the second story stairwells. I fasted and prayed that my husband would not have to go. I prayed and laid on my face every morning before going to work and cried my eyes out for him. He left for his deployment to Fort Hood TX. A miracle happened and he did not have to go because the National Guard soldiers that were supposed to go with them went AWOL. He escaped the war but one morning at a physical training baseball game between the officers and the NCIC‘s he was struck in the head sliding into home base by the catcher with the baseball mit on the left side of his head. It caused skull fracture on his temple causing granmal seizures verbal damage short term memory loss personality disorders head which caused him brain damage and he was medically discharged from the army. Our lives took a turn for the worst but we decided that our boys would also go to Bible college so we moved to Stockton CA and attended Christian Life Center. We taught Sunday school to 52 boys ages 7 to 12. Isaiah and Joshua wore their suits and ties and taught alongside. They attended Christian school. Then I decided to homeschool them until they graduated from Living Heritage Academy through the ACE Program. My marriage lasted 27 years with the man I had known for 32 years since my high school days. Although I failed in my marriage the word of God sustained us and Jesus was faithful. We are still serving the Lord.
In 2005 I moved to El Paso TX with Pastor Ron Oliver who was my home church pastor. My family was happy that I was back and they would go to church with me. Joshua moved to Juneau AK and attended Pastor Nelson’s church. I was working at Walmart I’ve had many opportunities to witness to people in the electronics department.
In 2009 Josh was transferred to Nashville TN. We attended Goodlettsville Pentecostal Church with Pastor Tim Zuniga. They were in a church building program. I began listening to my Bible to and from work and witness to everyone I meet about Jesus. Some times they come to church with me. Miss Carter was working with me at Walmart and I decided to witness to her about Jesus name baptism. She came and was baptized at Goodlettsville Pentecostal church.Some times they just listened. I want to hear Jesus say Matthew 25:23 KJV
 His lord said unto him, Well done, good and faithful servant; thou hast been faithful over a few things, I will make thee ruler over many things: enter thou into the joy of thy lord.
MARIA G. L. ROSALES
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AS - El Paso, Community College Legal Secretarial Science Stenographer 1987 P.O. Box 20500, El Paso, TX 79998, (915) 594-2000
Diploma, Conquerors Bible College 1981 Ministerial/Christian Education, Rev. G. M. Sponslor, 93 N.E. 197th Ave, Portland, OR 97203, (503) 667-6131
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01/04 to 05/04 $16,640 yearly. Wind walker Security, P. O. Box 488 , Acampo , CA 95222 , Richard Edwards, 1-888-333-3953
10/03 to 01/04 $15,600 California Industrial Services, 4218 Technology Dr. Suite #1, Modesto, CA Susan DeCastro, (209) 477-4848.
06/03 to 10/03. $18,720 yearly. Atlas Security, 3851 Charter Park Dr. San Jose, CA 95136 or 777 N. Pershing Ave #2, Stockton, CA 95203, Security Guard Mark Estrella,(209) 938-0809.
02/02 to 08/02. Security, $16,640 yearly. Roberts Security, 2023 Moran, Modesto , CA 95354 , Mr. Roberts (209) 549-8795.
11/01 to 01/02. 40 hrs per wk. Security Guard, $16, 640 yearly, Pinkerton Security, 6820 Pacific Ave, Suite 2A, Stockton, CA 95207 Mr. Gill, (209) 473-7892
05/01 to 10/01. $14,560 yearly Delta Protective Services, 709 N. Center, Stockton, CA 95202, Mr. Borgens, (209) 547-1479.
02 /96 to 08/98 Supply Technician Office Automation GS 2005, 05/06 $21,625. Defense Logistics Agency, DDRW-DDJC-V, Inventory Integrity Div, Inventory Branch, Lathrop, CA 95296-00430, Eva P. Kwan 209 839-4730
02/95 to 02/96 Supply Technician Office Automation GS 2005 05/05 $21,426. Defense Logistics Agency, DDRW-DDJC-EDS, Product Receipt and Evaluation Division, Documentation Branch, Lathrop, CA 95296-00430, Brenda Mahan, (209) 839-4730.
LICENSES/CERTIFICATES OTHER INFORMATION
Certificate of Promotion, 2001, GS-06, Secretary (stenography), San Francisco, CA
Certificate 1991 Workman’s Compensation Specialist, U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Workers’ Comp, 525 Griffin, Dallas, TX 75202, (214) 767-4707 32 hours
Great American Family Award, 1990, YMCA, Barbara Bush, First Lady to President Bush, Ft. Polk, LA
Certificates of Appreciation, 1991, Mayoral Program, Ft. Polk, LA
Certificates of Appreciation, 1990, Mayoral Program, Ft. Polk, LA
Certificates of Appreciation, 1989, Mayoral Program, Ft. Polk, LA
Certificate of Promotion, 1988, GS-05, Secretary (stenography), Ft. Polk, LA
Certificate of Promotion GS-06, Secretary , San Francisco CA
Certificate, 1986, Better Service to the Customer, Div of Engineering and Housing, Family Housing Management Branch, Germany, APO NY 09696, 8 hours
Certificate, 1982, Basic Telephone Repair Clerk Training, United Telephone, 60 State St. Hood River, OR 97039, Certificate 8 hours;
Freshman Class Secretary, 1978, Conquerors Bible College, Portland, OR
Fork Lift Operator License
Hybrid-forklift, Platform-forklift Operator