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Timothy F. McGinty
August 29, 1947 ~ December 18, 2023 (age 76) 76 Years Old
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Timothy F. McGinty was born August 29, 1947, to Reverend R.T. McGinty and Lee Emily McGinty in Texarkana, Texas. The family moved to Buckeye, Arizona in 1952 where he began his early education being baptized in Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church. He and his brother relocated to Dos Palos, California to live with his aunt and uncle, Rev. William and Harriet in 1955 where he attended Dos Palos Union School District. He attended First Baptist Church and Mt. Mariah Baptist Church. He was always active in the church ministry seeking God and spreading the good news. Matthew 18
Rev. McGinty was ordained at the age of 17 years old by Rev. Brewer. His first outreach was Broadcasting and Radio Station, The Young American Christian Horne KBLS (Los Banos) in 1975
Throughout his life in the military, traveling he kept God word & the Baptist Church Doctrine, the ordnance of the church Baptist Communion, accelerating his call to spread the good news to all. He held many positions in the church. He was a leader of Christian Education & The Theology: Preaching, Teaching Bible Study, Sunday School, Outreach and the Prison Ministry. In 1969 he was drafted in the military and in 1980 he received an Honorable Discharge in Berlin, Germany.
Rev. McGinty graduated from Dos Palos High School in 1967 he furthered his education at Coalinga College in Track and Field he received an AA Degree from Merced College in 1978 he then went to Arizona State University and majored in Theology & Fine Art in 1997 he continued his education at Northern Arizona University of Flagstaff, Arizona.
In 1998 he devoted his life to God; his family & the Church working to enhance the community and create a community under God to reach the Youth and Young Adults His Ultimate vision “Christian Tempu Inc. – Outreach Community.
He encountered several jobs as a Welder for Yonker & Johnson, Wastewater Treatment Plant Manager, Carpenter, Youth Director of Sports, Artist in Fine Art Artist Painter(Oil Water) Author of The Last Hebrew Baptist Life Story.
Wherever God sent Rev. McGinty he went to carry God’s Mission. It did matter what denomination. He always expressed his Christian background. “I was born a Baptist; I will die a Baptist. “Plant The Seed”.