Slaves Didn’t Get Paid

Before the longest U.S. Government shutdown in American history was recently ended, modern day Americans got to “kind of” understand and see how slaves felt when they didn’t get paid for working.  

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4-Year Old Girl From Texas Sadly Dies From the Flu

Garland, TX — The family of Ashanti Grinage, a 4-year old girl from Texas, is mourning her sudden death reportedly caused by a flu virus. Ashanti’s death is the first recorded pediatric flu-related death this season in Dallas County, Texas.

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61st Session: Annual Ministers’ Conference

For six decades, Bishops, Pastors, Elders, Ministers, Christians and Friends from the state of Texas and beyond have come both far and near to convene on these two days to be empowered and enlightened on theological insights and ecumenical fellowship.

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Worthing HS Grand Opening

City leaders, education officials, parents and students gathered in the cafeteria of Evan E. Worthing High School, Friday morning for the grand opening of the newest Houston Independent School District’s 40 schools being renovated or rebuilt as part of the 2012 Bond Program.

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Bad To The Bone…

“The most important to all, peoples do not know God.  And most of em don’t wanna know Him.  People don’t have time for families.  You don’t sit down there and talk to them or sing together or do nothing with em.”-Words of wisdom spoken by 100-year-old, Ollie Mae Dugar.

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Criminal Justice Reform

Recently, 45 and POTUS (President of the United States) signed into law a criminal justice bill that provided relief for thousands of low-level offenders in the federal penal system. There are only 2.2 million people in jails and prisons in the United States.

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