We are praying every morning in our war room here at FGGAM for the end of violent crime in New Mexico. I weep and mourn at the horrendous violence in the City of Albuquerque. When I preach in rural New Mexico, many tell me they will not travel to Albuquerque anymore because of all the killings and violence they see on the TV news. You cannot put a “Chamber of Commerce smile” on this and try to hide the facts! We also have a friend Franchesca Stevens who has had her car stolen three times in seven months, the thugs are ragging against her! When her car was stolen the last time the thieves used a tow truck, drove into her driveway and took the car! If your car is stolen in Albuquerque, you may have to phone it in! Police are so busy they cannot answer all the calls! We know of one neighborhood association that has had nearly 30 cars stolen from over time. Thanks Mayor Berry for your dispute with APD years ago, and costing us, hurting the citizens of this city greatly! APD is dangerously understaffed! My Police friends say Albuquerque is unsafe! Berry and the City Council have ran the Police Department on the cheap! Shame on you and the City Council, a disgrace! It seems they would like another Bosque path or zoo animal, rather than more Police and better pay for our brave Officers!
Mike Gallagher of the Albuquerque Journal wrote this excellent article, Auto, home burglaries in New Mexico provide a steady supply of weapons to black market: ABQ Journal Story Here
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Importantly, when you compare Albuquerque to other communities of similar population, then Albuquerque crime rate (violent and property crimes combined) is quite a bit higher than average.
Aug 2, 2014 – The rate of violent crime in Albuquerque is nearly double the national average. The homelessness rate, though harder to quantify, is similarly high.
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The Albuquerque Police Department is now making local up-to-date crime data available to the public through CrimeMapping.com. Crime statistics throughout …
Albuquerque, New Mexico, violent crime, on a scale from 1 (low crime) to 100, is 72. Violent crime is composed of four offenses: murder and nonnegligent …
Sep 27, 2013 – Nearly 20% of the population lives below the poverty line, and the crimerate is 53% higher than the national average. Albuquerque is a city …
Jan 4, 2016 – Violent crime is out of control in Albuquerque. Earlier today I called for The National Guard to be called up top help bring order to the City and help fill the gap at …
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Jan 7, 2015 – ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico had the second-highest violentcrime rate in the country in 2013, and the violent crime rate in the Land …
Aug 4, 2014 – Violent crime in Albuquerque is getting worldwide attention. Violent crime in Albuquerque is nearly double the national average. We pray for a revival in …
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Detailed crime rates and statistics information from cities within NM. Find the top 10 safest places to live in … Population 2,085,572 New Mexico violent crimes …
Jan 3, 2015 – New Mexico’s violent crime rate rose 6.6% between 2012 and 2013 — the most in the nation — to nearly 597 per 100,000 residents.
Jan 2, 2015 – Based on violent crime rates published by the FBI’s 2013 Uniform Crime Report … New Mexico led the nation with an estimated 450 aggravated …
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Jan 9, 2016 – The good news is that overall murder rates in New Mexico have decreased in recent years, going down to 4.8 per 100,000 people—that’s still a …
Jan 22, 2016 – But it’s worth noting that New Mexico’s violent crime rate was 67 percent … NM’s violent crime rate 67 percent higher than U.S. average in 2014.
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Jan 7, 2015 – ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico had the second-highest violent crime rate in the country in 2013, and the violent crime rate in the Land …
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Jan 30, 2014 – IT’S CRIMINAL: New Mexico finished badly in a state-by-state … of FBIcrime statistics released Thursday, New Mexico finished worst in the … Arizona finished 39th in burglary, 36th in violent crime and 38th in forcible rape.
Oct 1, 2015 – ALBUQUERQUE — The violent crime rate in New Mexico improved slightly in 2014, but it remained significantly higher than the national …
Nov 11, 2014 – New Mexico is a very violent state. From Frank Haley: Gallup had NM’s highest violent crime rate in 2013 New FBI… Violent Crime Out Of Control In New Mexico …
Jun 14, 2015 – Let us pray for New Mexico! It is a heart issue, a God issue, people need Jesus Christ, He is the only answer! Amen! KOB TV REPORTS:New Mexico ranks among …
The Albuquerque Journal and writer Colleen Heild do a great job in today’s front page article on the Abortion problem in New Mexico: New Mexico is a Wild West haven for abortions. More and more women from other states come to New Mexico for abortions. ABQ JOURNAL STORY HERE
Also read this: Is NM Lt. Gov. Sanchez Just another Susana?
Also this from Pastor Dewey Moede:
A few years ago after preaching at a church in Albuquerque, I had a man come up to me afterwards and says, “I liked your message, but I why did you preach so much on abortion, I don’t know if this is the place to do that.”
I just kind’a shook my head and said, “This is the place friend, that the message needs to be heard”
If not the Church, who? where?
That of course did not stop me, in fact it probably has intensified my preaching for the sanctity of life!
I like to say as the pulpit goes, the country goes…..and look what we got!
Killing baby after baby…….
Laura Rosecrans of The HUB of New Mexico forwarded me this excellent post from Care Net:
A great axiom of ministry is, “as the pulpit goes, so goes the church.” The preaching of God’s Word in a church dictates how the people view the Scriptures, and it’s teaching. More specifically, what is emphasized from the pulpit is often most embraced and embodied by God’s people. I’ve seen this dynamic play out over and over again. This realization is a heavy weight for any pastor to bear, deciding what to preach on, and what not to.