Love God. Love Others. February is Heart and Black History Month. Happy Lunar New Year!
Daily Bible Verse: The Journey of Faith
“Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it. But small is the gate and narrow the road that leads to life, and only a few find it.”
Matthew 7:13-14 NIV
National Weather Service forecasts showers today through Saturday for events before the Houston Rodeo and Livestock Show. Sunshine on Sunday. Trail riders and chuck wagons on the move to Houston, Texas. Look for them as they head to Memorial Park on Friday afternoon to kickoff the the Houston Rodeo and Livestock Show. Friday is Go Texan Day. The downtown HRLS Parade is Saturday at 10 a.m.
Category Archives: Asian Community
Asia Society Texas volunteers had free fun and a show for shoppers at the Galleria Mall in Houston, Texas last Sunday and this weekend to ring in the Year of the Pig and the Lunar New Year. Advertisements
With lots going on in February, Houston, Texas is known for its diversity and multi-culture population. Skaters and shoppers at the Galleria Mall were impressed by the creative frozen greeting to celebrate the 2019 Lunar and Chinese New Year, the Year of the … Continue reading
Here are the Office of the Secretary of State 2018 General Election Results for the November 6, 2018 Mid-Term Elections in Texas. https://enrpages.sos.state.tx.us/public/nov06_331_state.htm As of this morning, with 99% of Texas precincts reporting, incumbent U.S. Senator Ted Cruz will be … Continue reading
Houston and Harris County went blue on Election Day, November 6th with a majority of voters going Straight Democratic Party on races. The Harris County Election Division reported 1,209,358 of 2,307,654 registered voters or 52.41% voted in the Mid-Term Election for federal, … Continue reading
The State Fair of Texas is one of the two largest state fairs in the United States. The other is in Minnesota. The state fair is held every Fall in Dallas. It opened for the first time on October 26, 1886. Some 14,000 … Continue reading
Flu season 2018-2019 is here. Texas health officials advise infants and people 6 months and older to get vaccinated against the flu. The annual flu season starts in October and runs mostly through the winter months into next year. If you … Continue reading
Above, “Come As You Are” and “You Lift Me Up” performed by Soldiers of Light. As thunderstorms loomed early Sunday evening, the young voices of Hawaii’s Soldiers of Light Choir lit up the night in Houston, Texas. Tonight, the Soldiers of … Continue reading
Here is a list of Houston, Texas churches and groups collecting donated supplies and paying it forward to help people recover from Hurricane Florence in North Carolina and South Carolina. Above, volunteers at the Houston Pays It Forward Hurricane Florence Donation … Continue reading
Runs: 2:21 Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner Rick Smaile/Volunteer Update Wednesday, September 26, 2018: On Friday, September 28th, Mayor Turner is scheduled to deliver relief items collected during last weekend’s Houston Pays it Forward Hurricane Florence Donation Drive to Columbia, South Carolina. … Continue reading