YESHUA AND THE FALL FEASTS We are about to enter the 7th month of the Hebrew calendar - the culminating month when everything comes to its climax. In the agricultural cycle, the last of the late summer fruits will be harvested. Soon, all of the grain and fruit will be gathered into the barns. G-d instructed the Israelites to observe the last three Moadim (Festivals of the Lord) at this time1. As the new moon heralds the 7th month of Tishrei we … [Read more] about YESHUA AND THE FALL FEASTS
Archives for August 2018
"Don’t Mess With Texas" Launches Contest For New Song The search is on for new musical talent to educate Texans about litter prevention. AUSTIN – For more than 30 years, the Texas Department of Transportation’s “Don’t mess with Texas” campaign has forged … [Read more] about “Don’t Mess With Texas” Launches Contest For New Song
The Never-Ending Quest for Culinary Perfection Life for this Texas boy is a never-ending search for the perfect restaurant. My three favorite cuisines include a great diner featuring down-home country food, Mexican food, or a Bar-B-Q joint. I am blessed … [Read more] about The Never-Ending Quest for Culinary Perfection
AG Paxton Files Court Brief to Safeguard Women’s Health and Protect the Unborn in Texas AUSTIN – Attorney General Ken Paxton last night filed a motion in U.S. District Court asking for dismissal of Whole Woman’s Health’s lawsuit challenging almost all … [Read more] about AG Paxton Files Court Brief to Safeguard Women’s Health and Protect the Unborn in Texas
AG Paxton Challenges Arbitrary EPA Ozone Rule for San Antonio in the Fifth Circuit AUSTIN – Texas Governor Greg Abbott and Attorney General Ken Paxton today filed a petition against the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for review by the U.S. Court of … [Read more] about AG Paxton Challenges Arbitrary EPA Ozone Rule for San Antonio in the Fifth Circuit
Van Zandt County Friends of the Library to Meet By Beth Muse, Guest Contributor Do you love your community, friends, and books? The Friends of the Library just might be the place for you. The Friends of the Library (FOL) would like to welcome you, and … [Read more] about Van Zandt County Friends of the Library to Meet
How Far Would You Drive to Feed Hungry Children? How far would you drive to feed hungry children? Would you drive 114 miles, from Ft. Worth to Athens, everyday? That is what Willa Johnson did all summer, from June 4th through August 9th. Feeding Kids … [Read more] about How Far Would You Drive to Feed Hungry Children?
Kaufman County Commissioners Court Urged to Consider Courthouse Overcrowding and Security Matters Courthouse security was the primary topic of discussion at the Wednesday, August 22 Kaufman County Commissioners Court meeting, in addition to Court approval of … [Read more] about Kaufman County Commissioners Court Urged to Consider Courthouse Overcrowding and Security Matters
Beware of Bamboo? My daughter recently asked me a plant question. Her neighbor planted bamboo along their shared fence line, and she wondered if she should be concerned about it invading her yard. The easy answer is, “It depends.” The more informative answer … [Read more] about Beware of Bamboo?
Creation Museums Near and Far Last week I talked about our trip to The Ark Encounter in Williamstown, Kentucky. As promised, this week I am going to talk about the companion attraction, The Creation Museum, forty-five minutes away in Petersburg, … [Read more] about Creation Museums Near and Far