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Applauding Science and Courage

Am I the only one that is grateful that automatic flushing toilets don’t automatically flush as often as they use to?

Seriously, I can’t remember the last time I had to leap into the air to avoid my bottom being splashed with dirty water because the electronic sensor activated after I ever-so-slightly shifted my body. 28 more words


First Presbyterian Church of Houston Announces “Project Flourish” to Renew the City

This press release came across our desk a few days ago and we thought it was well worth bringing to your attention. — TGR

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Integration With The Church

REVIEW: Sweet Times

If you’re familiar with the Oprah Winfrey Network’s (OWN) TV show “Welcome to Sweetie Pie’s,” then you already know that the show is based off the popular St. 692 more words


7th-grader named 'Most Likely to Become a Terrorist'

HOUSTON, Texas – A mock awards ceremony for Texas middle school students ended on a sour note for one seventh-grader. Lizeth Villanueva tells KHOU teachers in the room were snickering as she and other students were handed certificates Tuesday at Channelview’s Anthony Aguirre Junior High, though she wasn’t laughing when she saw what her certificate said: “most likely to become a terrorist.” Underneath that was her teacher’s signature, … 262 more words


Predicting the 5 best GO5 college football teams in 2017

Thursday, May 25, 2017 marked 100 days until kickoff for many college football teams across the nation. Your Twitter feed was most likely filled with that reminder. 367 more words

"Is England where they speak English but with an accent?...."

After a very stormy night as well as really starting to suffer with hayfever, we began the journey down to Texas. It was a seven hour drive so we included a couple of stops. 755 more words