Christ Church, Tyler, recently completed their NetsforLife® campaign, raising $10,297 to purchase insecticide treated mosquito nets for the people of sub-Saharan Africa.
The Atlantic Basin's first named storm of the 2011 hurricane season is Arlene, a slow developing tropical storm headed towards the Mexican coastline. With a hurricane season predicted to be more active than normal, the Diocese of Texas urges families and parishes to take precautions and be...
After several trips to Mississippi and Alabama delivering cash, goods and supplies, St. Luke's on the Lake looks to welcome Wes White, the pastor of Smithville, Mississippi Baptist Church on July 8-10. St. Luke's junior warden Allen Griswold has worked closely with White as St. Luke's works to...
Emily Gruener, the 17-year-old daughter of St. Luke’s Health System’s Vice President David Gruener, put her love of reading and passion for promoting literacy to good use for the children of LaPorte recently.
Good Shepherd, Tomball, youth director Sara Hailey is offering an Extreme Couponing Class on Saturday June 25 from 10:00 a.m. to noon. Hailey does more than save money when she shops. Sometimes makes money.
St. Alban’s, Austin, recently donated 1200 books to the first grade class at Menchaca Elementary School in the hopes of preventing the typical “summer slide” in reading comprehension. Each of the 106 first graders received 12 books donated by St. Alban’s.
St. Francis of Assisi, Prairie View, recently sent $106.76 for NetsforLife®, an Episcopal Relief and Development program committed to fighting malaria in Africa through the use of insecticide treated mosquito nets. The funds were raised by St. Francis' Sunday School class, which only has three...
Mississippi community plans two-week blitz build to replace one family's home destroyed in April Tornado.