Legendary Coach

John Wooden once said, "A good coach can change a game. A great coach can change a life." With a phenomenal athletic coaching record which includes: 203 wins, 101 losses and one tie; Coach Charles Brown's legacy is one which places him on a platform to compete with some of the world's greatest coaches.

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PV’s TLOD & TTOA Go Red for Heart Month

Recently, the Prairie View Chapter of Top Ladies and Top Teens stepped it up a notch for “Heart Month”, as the organization honored the First Ladies of area churches. By honoring both the First Ladies and Heart Month, the Top Ladies and Top Teens were able to fulfill three of its five thrust namely, the Status of Women, Community Partnerships and Senior Citizens through the Go Red event.

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Reclaiming Our Cultural Heritage

It’s unfortunate that we, even as adults, are all so far removed from how our cultural heritage began. We have forgotten about the amount of work it takes to get food to our tables due to the ease of mass manufacturing of almost everything we consume-from food to clothing.

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Celebrating 31 Years

Pastor Davis became the proud pastor of Galilee in December of 1987, and since then, this amazing church has continued to reach greater heights under his leadership. The anniversary service was very uplifting, spirit-filled, and celebratory as Pastor James C. Carrington, Jr. from Willing Workers Baptist Church was the guest minister of the hour.

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Engineer-Designed Death Trap-Freeways in Houston

It is mind boggling to see that absolutely nothing has been done to correct the poorly designed and dangerous death traps at the Loop 610 East/Kirkpatrick exits and entrances that have already killed people, even though many news stations have covered the fatal accidents that have occurred at these locations.

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Secure Our Southwestern Border

On my honor, I’ll do my best to do my duty to God and my country and I mean it. After living in California for 11 years, I have seen first-hand the tactics and demeanor of the people, countrymen and immigrants, both legal and illegal.

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Voter’s Momentum

With the large number of candidates seeking to run for President of the United States in the 2020 presidential election, the momentum created by each of these candidates who basically will be running against the POTUS, has all of the possibilities of greatness for America.

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Faith, Fear and their Relationship

 I am often quick to remind such people, “God did not give us diabetes or high blood pressure, but they exist.”  Many people live with physical ailments like diabetes and high blood pressure and if these ailments go untreated, they become life threatening. 

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In Loving Memory of Barbara Faye Wilrich

Barbara Faye Wilrich was born March 31, 1927 in Montgomery, Texas to Tommie Ward and Angie Hatchett-Ward. She attended school in the Montgomery County Public School District until 1941 when her family relocated to Houston in the Acres Home area

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A Service of Remembrance

Herbert Winston Johnson was born on August 8, 1946 to the union of Herbert and Katie Mae Johnson in Houston, Texas. He received his formal education from George Washington Carver High School in Houston, Texas.

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