Those of us born in the south and came through childhood days in the south are not unfamiliar with “whippings”. Whippings, plural, because they occurred on a regular basis. My most “infamous” whipping came one school day afternoon when I decided to go with everybody else down Roden lane and Miller. That intersection in Gladewater, [...]
By Willis Johnson I really don’t know where to start with William Blair Jr., because he was so many things to so many people, but the man I knew was always consistent and someone I could count on. I came to Dallas in 1976, country boy from East Texas and Tom Joyner was the only [...]
DSN Newswire Study Islam, Religion and Politics, War, Theology—on us! RELIGION | NEWSWRITERS invites journalists to apply to its Lilly Scholarships in Religion Program. The scholarships give full-time journalists up to $5,000 to take any college religion courses at any accredited institution at any time. Religion headlines are dominating news coverage—politics, religion, Islam in America [...]
Cathy Moffitt Celebrates 20 Years of Ministry National speaker and Evangelist Cathy Moffitt will celebrate 20 years of ministry by giving back through a free national tour called Dreams, Pumps and Pearls Thank You Tour in the first quarter of 2013. The five-city tour will stop in Oakland, California; Chicago, Illinois; Dallas, Texas; Wichita, Kansas; [...]
DSN Newswire The Dallas Institute of Humanities and Culture will present the Eighth Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Symposium on January 21, 2013, 7PM-8:45PM, at the City Performance Hall in the Dallas Arts District. The theme for this year’s program is “The Role of the African American Church in the Civil Rights Movement.” Keynote speaker [...]
Rev. Irie Lynne Session, the former associate minister for The North Texas Area of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ) in the Southwest, was installed Saturday as senior pastor at Warren Avenue Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), making her the first woman to hold the job in the African-American church’s 142 year history. “I am [...]
Local churches and shelters are doing a good job providing services to the community and want to see more done to prevent homelessness
Fellows were nominated by professional colleagues and completed an application process that included a description of their project idea.
Bishop Ingram is the proud Episcopal leader of the Tenth Episcopal District, which encompasses the entire State of Texas.
On October 27, 2010, Anthony Graves walked out of the Burleson County Jail after spending 18 years in prison – including 12 years on death row