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13 SE Texas Religious Entities Received PPP Money

13 SE Texas Religious Entities Received PPP Money

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At least 13 religious organizations and charities in the Beaumont, Port Arthur and Orange area received between $7.8 million and $295 million in combined Paycheck Protection Program loans, including five churches and the Catholic Diocese of Beaumont.

Moving Forward in Truth: Bitter Fruit

Moving Forward in Truth: Bitter Fruit

Written by Kathy H. Culmer, DMin on

Nestled away on 1,100 forested acres in Navasota, Texas Camp Allen began on 10 acres of land gifted by Rosa Lum Allen in 1921. Development began at Trinity Bay, near Galveston, to make the site ideal for hosting not just campers, but anyone for retreats, conferences, and meetings.

Governor Abbott Issues Mask Mandate

Governor Abbott Issues Mask Mandate

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Gov. Greg Abbott issued a statewide mask mandate Thursday.  The order requires Texans living in counties to wear a face covering over the nose and mouth while inside a business or other building open to the public, as well as outdoor public spaces, whenever social distancing is not possible. But...

The Not So Welcome Table

The Not So Welcome Table

Written by Kathy H. Culmer, DMin on

The spiritual, “Sit at the Welcome Table,” was a double entendre. When slaves, who were unwelcome at their masters’ tables, sang about the “welcome table,” they were singing about someday sitting down together at the table with and being welcomed by those who had once been their oppressors, as...

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