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ho would have ever thought the State of Texas would be facing such a crisis in its educational system? The financial problems with the State of Texas’ school districts have been ongoing; but I don’t think anyone ever thought school districts all over the State and the nation would be talking about laying off teachers, closing schools, and forcing teachers to retire; ready or not! How did we (The State of Texas and the United States) get ourselves in this mess? Some say it was bound to happen in Texas when Legislators enacted the infamous “Robin Hood” plan. You remember the Robin Hood plan, don’t you? The Robin Hood plan was a media nickname given to legislation enacted by the U.S. state of Texas in 1993 to provide court-mandated equitable school financing for all school districts in the state. Similar to the legend of Robin Hood, who “robbed from the rich and gave to the poor”, the law “recaptured” property tax revenue from propertywealthy school districts and distributed those in propertypoor districts, in an effort to equalize the financing of all districts throughout Texas. Article 7 of the Texas

Frito-Lay associate Telly Davis helps Sarah Zumwalt students Lizbeth Morales, Brenda Hernandez and Katia Gonzalez assemble their robot in preparation for National Robotics Week competition at the school. Programs, like this one, help students prepare for the future. Constitution states, in part, “. . . it shall be DUTY OF THE LEGISLATURE OF THE STATE to establish and make suitable provision for the support and maintenance of an efficient system of public free schools.” However, the state of Texas only dedicates a $.0025 portion of the state sales tax and the net proceeds from the Texas Lottery, as well as earnings from the Permanent School Fund, to primary and

secondary education. Otherwise, state funding is determined by the Texas Legislature. The primary source of education funding in Texas remains with the school districts’ ability to assess property taxes. In other words, the nicer the neighborhoods, the bigger the homes, the wealthier the homeowners, the higher the property taxes; and the more you pay in property taxes, the more money your school district

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receives. So, I started to think back to when the “Robin Hood” plan first became an issue in the State of Texas. And, it goes all the way back to the initial lawsuit back in 1984. In 1984, the Mexican American Legal Defense and Educational Fund filed suit against state Commissioner of Education William Kirby on behalf of the Edgewood Independent School District in San Antonio, citing discrimination against students in poor school districts. The plaintiffs charged that the state’s methods of funding public schools violated the state constitution, which required the state to provide an efficient public school system. School finance lawsuits must take place in state court, since the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in 1973 that education is not a fundamental right protected by the U.S. Constitution (San Antonio v. Rodriguez). The case, Edgewood Independent School District v. Kirby, eventually went to the Texas Supreme Court, which unanimously sided with Edgewood. The plan is also claimed to have been one of the worst financial disasters in US history by decreasing the value of Texas real estate by $81

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The End Is Coming 1 John 2:15-17 “Do not love the world or anything in the world. If anyone loves the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For everything in the world the cravings of sinful man, the lust of his eyes and the boasting of what he has and does HenRy nelson comes not from the Father but from the world. The world and its desires pass away, but the man who does the will of God lives forever.”

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heard a story the other day about a woman who said, “My mother and I returned to my parents’ house late one evening to find my father, my college-age brother, and my sister fast asleep. My mom had forgotten her house keys, so we knocked loudly, first at the back door and then the front and side doors. They yelled her father’s name over and over, with no answer. They even blew the car horn which aroused the neighbors, but no one at

her house. They walked over to a friend’s house and phoned home, finally waking her brother. When they got back, her brother let them in. Dad was in bed, snoring, with the television on. Mom quietly switched it off. Dad woke right up. “’Do not turn that off,’ he said. ‘I am watching it!” Several applications could be made, but here is mine. Her dad is asleep while the worlds show rushes on. And perhaps he is asleep in regard to everything else that is going on, including the Lord. What about you? Are you asleep? Romans 13:11-12 says, “And do this, understanding the present time. The hour has come for you to wake up from your slumber, because our salvation is nearer now than when we first believed. The night is nearly over; the day is almost here. So let us put aside the deeds of darkness and put on the armor of light.” Amen! Paul was saying that the grand finale of salvation is almost here. The time is closer than it’s ever been. We need to wake up. In many ways you are asleep and you do not see what is coming.

Consequently, you are not working. You are not working for the Lord. You are only busily involved with life’s pursuits. Matthew 24:3 says, “As Jesus was sitting on the Mount of Olives, the disciples came to him privately.”Tell us,” they said, “when will this happen, and what will be the sign of your coming and of the end of the age?” The end; those words do not sound good unless it is “the end” to a bad movie or the end to something bad that has happened to us in life. Then there is the end of the world when the Lord is going to put His foot down, so to speak, and call everything to a halt. What some consider to be the end of the world may only be the start of something better for us who are in Christ. Amen! All I can say is you do not need to add to any chaos in this world or our country. How do we avoid this? Romans 12:1718 says, “Do not repay anyone evil for evil. Be careful to do what is right in the eyes of everybody. If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone.” We strive for peace with all people. Amen!

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able.” His first priority is to create jobs, “because once that is done, everything else falls into place.” Other priorities include improving public safety; focusing on quality of life, including the arts and culture; to help improve education in Dallas; and strengthening Downtown Dallas.

Dallas Mayoral candidate Ron Natinsky held a press conference on Monday at the Cedar Soils Restaurant located at 1326 Lamar Street, Downtown Dallas. The purpose of the press conference was to unveil his priorities for moving Dallas forward. Mr. Natinsky also acknowledged the endorsement of Metro Tex Association of REALTORS. “As the voice of real estate in North Texas, the Metro Tex Association of REALTORS carefully evaluates all candidates in an election as important as the upcoming Dallas Mayoral election. With his excellent record of supporting both private property and sound business policies, Metro Tex is proud to announce its endorsement of Ron Natinsky for Dallas Mayor. Ron has a clear understanding of the PeTeR uRRuTia endoRses Ron naTinsky issues facing the City of Dallas. He has an innate ability to build His jobs/economic development priaccord rather than division amongst ority includes creating a businesshis peers,” said Peter Urrutia, director friendly environment to attract new of government affairs for Metro Tex business and keeping existing busiAssociation of REALTORS. “One of nesses; to aggressively seek relocathe key reasons Metro Tex chose to tions from suburban Texas and endorse Ron Natinsky was his belief American cities and countries around that Dallas should be composed of the world. His focus is on the small small vibrant neighborhoods that will business industry because it “drives come together and think big. As the American economy,” and focuses REALTORS we strongly believe in on the Southern sector. communities all playing a role in the When discussing public safety, Mr. big picture success of our great city.” Natinsky noted that Dallas’ police After acknowledging the endorse- force has increased almost 30 perment of Metro Tex REALTORS, Mr. cent since 2005 and crime is down Natinsky outlined his priorities for per capita to what it was in the 1960s. Dallas. He called his priorities for His next set of priorities focuses on Dallas “straight forward and measur- the quality of life, including arts and

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Funding Crisis for Texas Education, billion, an amount far in excess of the revenues received. This resulted from unintended positive feedback forces. As taxes went to benefit districts other than those taxed, property values decreased. People moved to other districts with more favorable taxation, which further decreased values. Lower assessed values lowered tax revenues, and the “recapture” mentioned above (also known as “confiscation threshold”) was lowered. Decreased tax revenues also meant increasing tax rates to pay for works within the district. “Although Robin Hood reduced the spending gap between Texas’ propertypoor and property-rich districts by $500 per pupil, it destroyed about $27,000 per pupil in property wealth. Public policy experiments rarely produce complete successes or total failures.” Occasionally, however, there’s a policy disaster so catastrophic that everyone agrees that something has to change. California’s convoluted attempt to deregulate electricity was one example. Texas’s decade-long experiment in school finance equalization—universally referred to as Robin Hood—is another.” But, are we justified in placing the blame on the Robin Hood plan, or is it

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The State of Texas has consistently ranked at or near the bottom when it comes to testing, our graduation rate, and in teacher salaries. Then along came the Texas Lottery! It was supposed to pump billions of dollars into the economy; thereby enabling us build more schools and decrease class size so that students could receive more one-on-one instruction. I remember when the late Ann Richards’, then Governor of Texas, face was plastered over all televisions, and her voice could be heard on every radio station in the State, asking us to vote for an amendment to the Texas Constitution in November of 1991, authorizing lottery sales in Texas. And sure enough, we did. And here we are 20 years later, talking about closing schools, firing and laying off teachers! According to the Texas Lottery Commission, the allocation of lottery sales is as follows:62 percent is paid out in prizes; 27 percent is paid to the Foundation School Fund, which is used to support state public education; 5 percent is paid to retailer commissions; 5 percent is retained to cover lottery administration costs; and approximately 1 percent (specifically, the value of

unclaimed prizes) is transferred to the Texas Legislature for allocation to other state programs And, by the way, then Governor Ann Richards purchased the very first ticket in an Oak Hill grocery store! (I wonder if and how much she won?!!) And, I am by no means a mathematician, but after 20 years of “playing the games of Texas,” we should not be talking about laying off and forcing teachers to retire! Now, I’m not so sure I want to place all the blame on the Robin Hood plan! I think I need to just call a spade a spade and say we have not been good stewards with our money and with the education of our children! But since I don’t have a plan to fix it, I’m open for suggestions because we definitely need to fix it! And when I say “we,” I mean our local and state legislators, our superintendents, educators, parents and citizens, because our children will be the ones who suffer in the long run! “Nothing is more important than education. Our state’s future tax base and fiscal well-being depend directly on a highly educated work force.” – Carole Keeton Strayhorn, former Texas State Comptroller.

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s I travel around the country speaking to men on Annual Men’s Day, and workshops I find that many men do not think they are worth much to God in their own church. Most Christian men do not understand their roll, job, and responsibility in the local church. There are many reasons why men do not understand their roll in the local church. First of all they are not respected as men in many cases. You cannot treat a man less than a full-grown man and expect him to perform, as he should in the local church, or anywhere else as far as that matter. Most men do not perform the way they should in the local church because they feel that their presence and opinion does not carry any weight within the church, so they never commit themselves to carrying out the responsibilities of the male factor within the church. This is just one reason, because there are many more that goes unnoticed. In some churches men feel inferior to women because of the church leader, because some leaders try to pastor men the same way they pastor women. They brag on women and give them praise for their efforts, but when it comes to the men, nothing is ever said as far as gratefulness toward the men. Do not get me wrong, we are not talking about all church leaders, because I know many church leaders who knows how to deal with men, my pastor is one of them who understand dealing with men in the proper manner will cause men to become more committed to their duties and responsibilities in the local church. You can tell what churches have pastors who are dealing with men the proper

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way, because that church always carry a vast number of men. I know one church here in our city that can do anything it wants to do, because anything the pastor comes up with, or wants to do, it gets done because the man power in that church is very committed because of that pastor. Any pastor who wants to have a very thriving church at all levels can accomplish this if he has the ability, and love to deal with his men on a regular basis. Take a look at (Genesis 2:5). God would not let it rain upon the whole earth, because all the plants would have grown out of control without someone to trim them and keep them, and Moses states the fact that the reason why God would not let it rain is because He did not have a man to take care of it, and till the ground. You see the Garden of Eden was the church personified. The Garden was the personification of the church today. We see that man’s job is to takes care of the church and the pastor. You see, some people within the church try to separate the church from the pastor, but you cannot do that, because the church and the pastor are one. You cannot divide the pastor from the church nor the church from the pastor. You see, the pastor is in the image of Christ until He comes. This tells me that there are some more shepherds somewhere, those other shepherds are pastors of churches today because the Bible makes it plain who He was talking about. When He appears the pastors will be relieved of their duties. Pastors are not Jesus Christ, they are not Bosses, they are not Lords over churches, but they are replicas of, they are a type of, they are in the image of Jesus Christ until He comes. This is why God the father looks down on people who mistreats, and do wrong things to pastors, because that pastor is in the image of His son Jesus the Christ The same way you would be about you son. Let us not forget to read our Bibles, and may God bless you REAL GOOD, and may He ever keep you in His loving care.

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Advice Column: Ask Karen Hollie Why Does It Hurt So Much? The great-untold story of divorce is how much it hurts and not just the spouse who’s left behind but also even the spouse who’s doing the leaving. Many people who have gone through divorce remember that it feels — it feels geRaldine davidson-HookeR like having a piece of yourself ripped away. I will put it this way, seven years after separation: “This year it’s just a dull ache. Last year it hurt to breathe.” People who haven’t been through divorce usually can’t understand how deep, how searing, and how debilitating the pain is. Try if you want to explain it to them; they probably just won’t get it. Just imagine the same person you vowed to love and cherish is now your adversary. You feel betrayed. Of course it’s going to hurt. Another reason it hurts so much is that most people who are going through divorce have to deal with so many losses all at the same time. You’re hurting for a broken relationship, of course. And often at the same time, you’re hurting because of that feeling of being betrayed by your spouse. Or maybe you feel betrayed by somebody in your spouse’s family. And often at the same time, you’re also hurting over the changes in your life. And there are so many changes connected with divorce. Sometimes you have to change where you live, how you spend your day, what you can afford to do, how much time you spend with your children and on what schedule, and how you can plan for the future, all while you’re trying to deal with a whole new world of lawyers, judges, pleadings, and court dates. We have travel many avenues of single status today. As Christian’s women, we know that there is only one solution for dealing with pain, rejection, loss, despair, anxiety, loneness, separation, death and divorce. A Personal Relationship with Jesus Christ. He will never leave you nor forsake you (John 14:18; Hebrews 13:5). Others may not think much of you or invite you to spend time with them, but Jesus does (Matthew 11:28). Others may not like the way you look, but He looks at your heart (1 Samuel 16:7; Luke 24:38). Others may think you’re a bother because you’re old and in the way, but He will love you to the end (Romans 8:35-39).

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I may not be the best person y marriage seems to for this advice because I be in a constant state strongly believe in discipline of turmoil. We fight a and structure. However, I am lot, and most of our argualso an advocate for children. ments revolve around our 16You did not mention anything year-old son. I think that my that sounded abusive to me. It husband is way too hard on sounds like your husband’s him. Anything around the focus is to make your son house that comes up missing responsible and accountable or lost his first reaction is to run to my son and accuse dR. kaRen Hollie for his actions. In the real world, sometimes some him even though we’re things may be unfair. always having company Perhaps he’s not doing all of the things over. Sometimes he’ll threaten and drill him so your husband is accusing him of, but then hard that my son eventually confesses to that is a lesson for your son as well. some of those things, but I think that he Sometimes as women, we tend to soften mostly does that to shut his dad up. I our sons. They need that masculine guidance that don’t think the boy is a perfect little angel, which is what my husband always tells a man provides. me I think; but I don’t think he deserves to be accused of any and everything either. Dr. Hollie is a local psychotherapist & pastor, and for your questions and comments What am I supposed to do? to appear in this column, you can email Mama’s Baby Boy askdrhollie@aol.com

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This would be Paul’s farewell letter to his son in the ministry Timothy. Paul from prison writes to encourage Timothy in suffering; the apostle puts him in mind of the resurrection of Christ (v. 8):

emember that Jesus Christ, of the seed of David, was raised from the dead, according to my gospel. This is the great proof of his divine mission, and therefore a great confirmation of the truth of the Christian religion; and the consideration of it should make us faithful to our Christian profession, and should particularly encourage us in suffering for it. Today the focus of too many Christians has moved from Christ to this world. The Gospel is seldom preached in some churches, by gospel I mean the death, burial, and resurrection of our Lord. Timothy is encouraged to remember

Jesus Christ. Let me ask of you dear reader “What would it profit you to gain the whole world and lose your soul?” Our morning message was delivered by Pastor Lloyd Morgan from the subject; ”Overcoming Satan and his devices”2 Cor 2:10-11. The devices that the subtle god of this world labors to destroy the children of God or at least to torment whom he cannot destroy, to perplex and hinder them in running the race which is set before them are numberless. He endeavors to divide the gospel against itself, and by one part of it to overthrow the other. How he seeks to deceive the believer in the same way he deceived mother Eve by causing them to doubt God’s word and his ability to complete the work of salvation in their lives. Phil 1:6; tells us “Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ: ”Our Lord never starts anything he cannot finish.

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ave you noticed that the most inspiring part of your prayer closet experience is the part that leads you into adoration and thanksgiving? When I read my Bible I pay close attention to the PasToR ClaRenCe praises as well as the promises. HendeRson Praise is first mentioned in the Bible in Genesis 29:35. Leah named one of her sons “Judah” which means “praise”. Our Lord came from the Tribe of Judah. Why was David a man after God’s own heart, among other things he praised God with his whole heart. The word “praise” is mentioned more than 100 times in the book of Psalms alone. Reading the Psalms will help us to praise God, even at prayer time. “Oh that men would praise the Lord for His goodness and for His wonderful works! Psalms 107:8”. When there is Prayer in the closet, there ought to be some Praise in the closet also.

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April 9: Jack & Jill of America partners with boys and girls club and Delta Sigma Theta in 1st Annual Health and Wellness Fair at Boys and Girls Club in Grand Prairie on April 9th. For more information contact: Trenia Moore at 214.235.6406 April 10: Egypt Chapel Baptist Church is having its 131st Church Anniversary and a “Pew Dedication”, Sunday, April 10th at 3 p.m. at Egypt Chapel Baptist Church-1122 Hutchins Rd Dallas, TX 75203-214942-0133. Pastor: Dr. Tommy McGee. Everyone is invited to celebrate of 131st Church Anniversary and a special “Pew Dedication”

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Haven for The Devine Order of Priesthood “Living the Legacy” A Palm Sunday Celebration, Sunday , April 17, 2011 at 6:00pm. 7230 So. Hampton Rd. Dallas, TX. 75232 Celebrating 47 years of ministry with Rev. James Foster, Jr. and the call to ministry with (Lil) James Foster, IV-

April 10: AARP Chapter 2032 will sponsor their “Thirty-five Year Celebration and Tea on April 10, 2011 at Kiest Park Recreation Center, 3080 S. Hampton Road, Dallas, TX 75224 from 3:00PM6:00Pm. Special Guest will be State Rep. Yvonne Davis. Please join us. Please contact: Leroy Finley, President at 214-330-7450

April 18: The King Sports Link Quarterback/Wide Receivers Football Camp of Dallas Golf Tournament sign up is Monday, April 18, 2011, 8:00am at Lancaster Country View GC. For more information Contact: (214) 893-4574 EMAIL: kingsportslink@yahoo.com WEBSITE: www.kingsportslink.com

April 10: Women In Red hosted by Greater Edwards Chapel AME church 107 Palmyra Road Palmer, Texas 3:00p.m. Fellowship with us in our Annual “Women In Red” Worship Service Rev. Michael King and Greater St. James Temple AME Church, Dallas, Texas will be our special as well Rev. Lonnie R. Newman, Pastor Sis. Vera Dixon Sanders, Chairperson.

April 14: A Community Cooks hosted by Trammell S. Crow is Thursday, April 14th, 2011 6:00pm at Paul Quinn College Farm. Keynote Speaker will be WILL ALLEN. If you have any questions, please contact Elizabeth Wattley at ewattley@pqc.edu.

April 24: The Church of the Living God Worship Center 2935 S. Lancaster Rd. @ McVey Presents: The Annual Fund Raiser Sponsored by: McGriff Antiques and Imports 1St 2nd & 3rd Place Prizes. Contact: Sis.Washington (214) 8820052 Sis. Branch (214) 451-7107

April 16: One Church One School in partnership with Anne Frank Elementary School will host a Parenting Summit, Saturday, April 16, 2011 from 9:00 am- 11:30 am at Anne Frank Elementary School. Anne Frank is located at 5201 Celestial Dr Dallas 75254. If you have any questions please feel free to call 214-341-6831

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ez Bryant is having problems adjusting to grown-up, millionaire life. And it seems as though the city of Dallas could be victim. In the 60s the Oakland Raiders had a like problem in Beaumont, Texasraised Warren Wells. John Madden said Wells could have been the most leon simon talented player he coached. Gene Upshaw said Warren’s problem was never with the team or practice. He couldn’t control himself on his off days. Both players are east Texans. Both have a problem respecting women. Warren had a couple of rape allegations. Dez, according to very reliable sources, has a problem cussing unescorted females. Both offenses could carry the death penalty if discovered by the mates of these women. Warren wouldn’t take advice very well. If anyone is giving Dez any apparently he’s not listening or he’s not getting good advice. dez BRyanT The similarities of these two young men are frighteningly amazing. I hope the endings are different. Warren left Oakland, traded to the Houston Oilers that was too close to Beaumont. Houston had a game against the Cleveland Browns; Warren said he would be coming later. That was after a little stint in the penitentiary before he left Oakland. Last I heard from Warren he was back in Beaumont running pass routes and didn’t know who he was! Dez still has a chance, but Dez has to be very careful who he takes advice from. When Dez lost his last year of eligibility at Oklahoma State he was listening to one Deion Sanders. Now Deion is criticizing him. Deion took another young man under his wing. This young man got away and went his own way. Sanders’ is trying to pimp these young men and if they’re smart enough to snatch away he bad mouths them. Deion try to deliver Dez to Under Armor. Dez went another direction thus the criticism. Let’s take a look at the tutor. I know some of you are old enough to remember when Deion came out of Florida State. Deion left the dugout during a baseball game after he found out he had reached a deal with the Atlanta Falcons, that’s loyalty. This is the same Deion Sanders I never saw practice with his teammates at Wichita Falls. He and his kid rode around on a golf cart that Deion said cost $30,000 while his teammates practiced in 110 degree weather. That’s a team player for you! Right now Dez has a few law suits pending for failure to pay a few bills. How many times have you heard Deion’s name being associated with lawsuits concerning payments for services rendered on some old car Deion had restored? Do you think this is the type tutor Dez needs, or the type to criticize. David Wells is a good guy. I just hope David does a better job of watching who hangs out with Dez or who tries to lead him. This is not the city for uncontrollable athletes. Roy Tarpley, Duane Thomas, Thomas Henderson the list goes on an on. WAKE UP DEZ!

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rutally boring, but UConn wins third crown. In Houston, Texas, on Monday night, was to be the game that culminated in a season finale, one shining moment turned into the worst NCAA final that I can remember. I texted my buddy, sports talk show host, Roger B. Brown and said I think Butler is tanking it. Roger B. replied, “No, they are stinking up the place,” and he was absolutely right. Both teams were stinking up the place. Only one team could win, but neither did much to win. It should have been like boxing match, call it a draw. In basketball, somebody had to win or lose, but not draw. Connecticut coach, Jim Calhoun, became the 5th coach to win at least three NCAA basketball titles, but it was down right ugly and I mean brutally boring and ugly. Butler went into the tournament unranked and UConn, which finished 9th in the big east, came into the title game as two of the biggest underdogs ever. Unfortunately, each played like underdogs. UConn’s 53-41 win is one of the most ugly wins in a final game since the peach basket games. This game officially set college basketball back some 66 years when Oklahoma state and North Carolina combined for fewer than 41 first half points, back in 1945. This game goes down as one of the worst in tournament history. It was just God awful to watch. If I would have paid to attend a game in Reliant Stadium, I would be asking for a refund with interest. How could two teams be so bad in the big game? Was it that UConn rode its defense to the title win or was it that Butler choked like a bone caught in your throat? I agree with Greg Anthony as he summed up the game, “This is the

Texas A&M players celebrate with the trophy after their 76-70 win over Notre Dame in the women’s NCAA Final Four college basketball championship.

worst half of basketball I have ever seen in a national championship game. Stifling defense from both Butler and UConn certainly contributed to the record low score and horrendous shooting on both sides, but his was still an aesthetically awful conclusion to an otherwise exciting, upset field NCAA tournament. But was it the most boring national title game we’ve seen?” Now to the good part. NCAA Women’s Championship game might have just saved the NCAA. A&M’s Women basketball team, coached by former Dallas South Oak Cliff basketball coach, Gary Blair, beat Notre Dame in an exciting knock down, drag out, 76-70 win. The coaches might not be household names; the players might not be well known, yet the national championship game between Texas A&M and Notre Dame on Tuesday night might well have saved the NCAA. Who would have believed it? It was better than the men’s. This is the first time since 2005 that neither Tennessee Connecticut has been involved. No Stanford either and no Baylor, no Maya Moore. Blair said instead of having Brittany Griner or Maya Moore and Gino,

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but what’s wrong with good old Muffet McGraw and Gary Blair with teams that play tremendous team basketball that don’t just rely on one player. These two schools are better known for their play on the gridiron took the grandest stage in Women’s basketball in one of the biggest surprises in NCAA tournament history even though they both came in as number 2 seeds, they got there the hard way. Notre Dame’s sensational sophomore guard, Skyler diggins did all she could do but it just wasn’t enough to overcome the tremendous inside play of A&M’s Daniel Adams fueled by the harassing guards of Colson and Sidney Carter, they were too much for Notre dame. ’The game was so exciting that it made you forget about the God awful game on Monday night. One thing that the two games had in common, Coach Jim Calhoun of UConn and Coach Gary Blair of A&M are the oldest coaches to win NCAA titles. One god awful game and one exciting game might just have saved the NCAA. Just my opinion, what’s yours?

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going to continue this charade,” said Rep. Rene Oliveira (D-Brownsville) at one point during the floor debate. “Our fellow Texans, the poor, the middle-class, the sick, the elderly, the disabled, our schoolchildren, they all need us to stand up today.” This ideological attachment to limited government that the GOP has worked tirelessly to enshrine in the Legislature has helped Texas earn the distinction of ranking close to the bottom among the 50 states in per capita spending on public education. “A lot of people have misunderstood the message that the voters are sending when they say ‘less government, more efficiency,’” said Rep. Helen Giddings. “They do mean that. But then you have to go further and ask them the specific question, ‘Do you want to see cuts in education?’ And the answer to that, overwhelmingly, is ‘no’. ‘Do you want to see cuts in assistance to nursing homes?’ The answer is ‘absolutely no’. So we have to be sure we understand the message the voters are sending us.” It has been no small challenge for Democrats to broaden the budget discussion to include corporate tax exemptions passed by previous legislatures. But

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many, such as Rep. Mike Villarreal (D-San Antonio) feel that it is time for those who backed such legislation to come forward and publicly defend their choices in light of the current crisis. “We need more transparency, we need a systematic review of all tax expenditures,” Villarreal said. “Similar to the way we scrub our budget, we need to be evaluating tax loopholes that leak billions of dollars from our state coffers and treat one taxpayer differently than another.” The Texas Legislative Study Group, in a report submitted last Sunday during the third day of floor debate, offers this grim assessment: “In the wake of a recession, this budget will deliver an economic blow that costs Texas over 335,000 jobs over the course of the next two years, 44 percent of which are private sector jobs.“ “Voters don’t want waste, and neither do I,” Rep. Giddings said. “But I also want to make sure that we take care of our elderly, and we make sure that there are opportunities there for young people that want to go to college, and who don’t have to take out loans in such amounts that they will be indebted for many years to come.” “The thing I always call people’s attention to is that there are a lot of people in

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2949 E. Kiest Blvd Suite J Dallas, TX 75206 Church: 214-946-2989 Sunday School: 10:00 am Morning Worship: 11:00 am

1101 Sabine • Dallas, Texas 75203 Church: 214-943-8295 Fax: 214-942-2023 Pastor: 214-942-7474 Website: www.goldengatembc.org

Sunday School: 9:00 am Morning Worship: 10:30 am

Rev. B. R. Williams

Munger Ave. Baptist Church “Your Church Home In Dallas”

3919 Munger Ave./Dallas, Texas 75204 (214) 824-8312 Sunday School.........9:30 am Sunday Morning Worship...11:00 am Wednesday Mid Week Service Sunshine Bible Study...10:00 am Fellowship Dinner.......5:20 pm

Rev. Kedric L. McKnight Senior Pastor

“Come, taste and see that the Lord is good.” Psalms 34:8

Sunday School……10:30 a.m. Morning Worship……12:45 p.m. Wed. & Fri. Services……8:00 p.m. “So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.” Romans 10:17

Golden Gate Missionary Baptist Church

Wednesday ~ 7:00

Hour of Power (Bible Study, 1st & 3rd Wed.) D.I.V.A.S. (Women’s Ministry, 2nd & 4th Wed.) M.S.G. (Men’s Mnistry, 2nd & 4th Wed.)

Rev. E.C. Wilson

New Restoration Church

Tuesday Generation Exchange (Youth/Children Happy Hour) ~ 6:45 p.m.

Services

1718 FARGO STREET DALLAS, TEXAS 75223 214-826-3280 CHURCH SCHOOL - 8:45 AM MORNING WORSHIP - 10:00 AM *HOLY BAPTISM & COMMUNION (1ST SUNDAY)

1734 Idaho St. • Dallas, Texas 75216 Church: 214-942-0997 Residence: 972-225-6997

4122 Kilgore St. Dallas, TX 75212 214-630-3195 • 972-274-9911 Sunday Morning Service - 11:15 am Wed. Night Bible Study - 7:00 pm Saturday hour of Prayer - 10:00 E-mail - fallsfamily@prodigy.net Supt. & Mrs. Howard E. Falls, Sr.

New Mt. Calvary Baptist Church

Rev. Wade J. Simmons Pastor

The House of Refuge Full Gospel Church

Bibleway Church of God in Christ

“Christ-Centered, Faith-Driven, Holy Living”

4325 W. Ledbetter Drive Dallas, Texas 75223 Church: (214) 337-1713 Sunday School … 9:00 a.m. Morning Worship … 10:30 a.m. Baptist Training Union …. 6:15 p.m.

GRIGGS CHAPEL MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH

39727 LBJ Freeway Dallas, Texas 75237 972-572-FGHT (3448) 24 HOUR PRAYER LINE: 972-223-9898 Sunday School..........................9:45 am Sunday Morning Worship.............11:00 am Sunday Evening Worship................7:30 pm Tuesday..& Saturday........................8:00 pm visit our website www.fullgospelholytemple.org

Sunday Church School ~ 9:00 a.m. Morning Worship ~ 10:30 a.m. New Member Orientation ~ 1:30 p.m.

7407 Fox Crossing Court Dallas, Texas 75232 972-224-0271

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Steven Temple C.O.G.I.C.

9550 Shepherd Road Dallas, Texas 75243 Ph: 214-341-6459 Early Morning Worship................. 7:30 am Sunday School..............................9:00 am Sunday Morn. Worship................10:30 pm Bible Class..................................6:00 pm Prayer and Bible Study...................7:45 am

God’s “Exciting” Cathedral of Praise Baptist Church

1734 E. Ann Arbor Ave. Dallas, Texas 75216 214-371-1349 214-371-0100 (Fax) Formally True Gospel MBC Sunday School...8:45 am Morning Worship Service...10:30 am Last Tuesday in each month Word Explosion – 7:30 PM 2nd & 3rd Tuesdays – Bible Study 4th Saturday - Evangelism Outreach Rev. Calvin Ray Washington

Sunday Service......11:00 a.m. Wednesday Bible Class........7:30 p.m.

214-372-6500

Full Gospel Holy Temple Church

New True Vine of Holiness Missionary Baptist Church

6728 Altaire Street Dallas, Texas 214-375-6504 Sunday School - 9:15 am Morning Worship - 10:35 am Evening Worship 7:30 pm A Church Where The Bible is Our Guide

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St. Phillips Missionary Baptist Church

Greater New Zion Baptist Church

“Turning over a new leaf” 5044 Veterans Drive Dallas, Texas 75241 214-372-3200 (Church) Sunday School 9:45 am Morning Worship 11:00 am 1st Sunday Lord’s Supper 6:00 pm Wednesday Evening Prayer Meeting 7:00 pm

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New Mount Zion Baptist Church

4205 Robinson Road/P.O. Box 540515 Grand Prairie, Texas 75054 972-642-9125

2210 Pine Street Dallas, Texas 75212 214-421-4119 Sunday School 9:30 am Morning Worship 10:45 am

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Rev. Vincent Parker, Pastor

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Rev. Wade Charles Davis

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Church 2920 Fordham Rd. Rev. A. L. Banks

Greater Progressive Baptist Church 1966 Life Street Dallas, Texas 75212 214-630-8637 10:45 am Worship 9:45 am Sunday School

Rev. J. J. Raven

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Greater Mount Sinai Missionary Baptist Church

6332 Bonnie view Rd. Dallas, Texas 75241 214-225-2703 9:30 am Sunday School 11:00 am Worship

Sunday School: 9 a.m. Sunday Morning Worship: 10:30 a.m. Mid-Week Service: 7: 30 p.m. Transportation Available!!

Ch: 214-371-7026

Rev. Shank Robinson

Early Morning Worship........8:00 a.m. Sunday School........9:30 a.m. Morning Worship............10:30 a.m. Rev. Lelious Johnson, Pastor

1323 so. ewing ave. dallas, Texas 75216 214-942-4643 sunday school ….. 9:00 a.m. sunday Worship ….. 10:30 a.m. Wednesday Bible study …..7:00 p.m. Rev. lee CRaig

Rev. Paul E. Walker

Greater Shiloh Baptist Church 4010 Sunnyvale Street Dallas, Texas 75216 • 214-371-2262 Sunday School .......9:00 am Morning Worship...11:00 am BTU .......................6:00 am Wed. Prayer & Teaching ... 7:00 pm Saturday Outreach 10:00 am Rev. S. L. Johnson

ST. JOHN MISSIONARY BAPTIST CHURCH 9:30AM SUNDAY SCHOOL 11:00AM WORSHIP SERVICE WEDNESDAY PRAISE BREAK MID-DAY SERVICE 11:45 AM – 12:45 PM WEDNESDAY PRAISE BREAK EVENING SERVICE 7:30 PM – 8:30 PM 2600 S. MARSALIS P 214-375-4876 - F 214-375-1920 Rev. Bertrain Bailey

2200 S. Marsalis Dallas, Texas 75216 Sunday School..............................7:30 am Sunday Morning Worship............10:00 am Tuesday Bible Band.......................7:30 am Friday Pastoral Teaching................7:30 pm Sunday Radio Broadcast...............8:30 am “Come Worship at the Home of The Saints”

Bishop J. Neaul Haynes

1111 E. Ledbetter Dallas, Texas 75241 214-372-4411 9:45 am Sunday School 11:00 am Worship

Rev. Cecil Proctor

New Covenant Missionary Baptist Church 411 N. Hampton Road Desoto, TX 75115 214-729-3322 Rev. Darrell W. Pryor Pastor/Teacher

Rev. Darrell W. Pryor, Pastor

“Inspiring the Community One Family at a time”

Sunday Services: Intercessory Prayer..........7:30-8:10 am Early Worship.........................8:00 am Church School........................9:30 am Morning Worship..................10:50 am NBC.......................................6:00 pm

Dr. S.C. Nash, Pastor

Third Avenue Missionary Baptist Church “The Church With the 20/20 Vision”

Dr. H.E. Anderson, Sr.,

New St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church

3603 Pugett Dallas, Texas 75212 214.351.7096 Sunday Service…10:45 am. Monday…6:00 pm. Monday School Thursday…6:00 pm. Prayer Meeting Bible Study

Rev. Steven C. Jones

3700 Simpson Stewart Road Dallas, Texas 75241 972-225-1704

“The Exciting” Singing Hills Baptist Church 6550 Houston School Road Dallas, Texas 75241 Phone: 214-375-5952

Early Worship ................8:00 am Sunday School....................9:30 am Morning Worship..............10:45 am Wed. Night Breakthrough....7:00 pm

e-mail: revscj@swbell.net

Mount Tabor Baptist Church

Saintsville Church of God and Christ

4360 Kollock Dr. Dallas, TX 75216 214-375-5190 Fax: 214-372-1620

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ewing avenue Baptist Church

Friendship Missionary Baptist Church

Office: 214-375-0062

Sunday School: 9:00 am Sunday Worship: 10:45 am Tuesday Bible Sudy: 7:30 pm

Neighborhood House of Prayer

Children’s Church 1st, 2nd, 4th Sunday.10:30 a.m.

Bishop Harold Edwards

Rev. Chris J. Evans

“Church of Love” 4807 BurnsideDallas, Texas 75216

1519 Denley Drive Dallas, Texas 75216 214-941-5224 9:30 am Sunday School 10:45 am Worship

3711 Biglow • Dallas, Texas 214-374-5485 9:00 am Sunday School 10:00 am Worship 7:00 pm Wed. Bible Study/Worship

Metropolitan Baptist Church “Where we walk by faith, not by sight, joyfully doing the Lord’s work serving the community,” II Cor 5: 7

Church Phone: 214-339-9554 Fax: 214-337-7626

1600 Pear Street Dallas, Texas 75215 Ph: 214-421-3741 Fax: 214-421-3926

Church Of The Living God

214-372-6500

1711 Reynoldston Lane Dallas, Texas 75232

St. Paul Missionary Baptist Church

Sunday School.......9:30 AM Morning Worship............ 11:00 AM

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4129 Idaho Avenue Dallas, Texas 75219 (214) 374-3860 9:30 a.m. – Sunday School 10:45 a.m. – Worship Rev. R.G. Simmons, Pastor

Denley Drive Missionary Baptist Church

Dr. Aaron Phillips

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Living Testimony Baptist Church

Community Baptist

214-376-9774

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2408 Hatcher Street • Dallas, Texas 75215 Church: 214-428-3695 Sunday School..........................9:15 am Morning Worship.....................10:30 am Wednesday Bible Study............7:00 pm Radio Broadcast: M - F 12:30 pm on KGGR

Rev. Michael D. Pryor

Calvary Temple Community Church

Totally Committed Progressive

1401 Clay Mathis Rd. Mesquite, TX 75181 2403972-222-3708 HarlandaleFaxDr. Church Phone: 972-222-5699

Dr. M.L. Curry, Pastor

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Dallas, TX 75216 Website: Calvarytemplemesquite.org Ch 214-374-0977 • C 214-864-0470 E-mail: Calvarytemplecc@att.net Sunday School........ 10:00am Services: Sunday 8:00am and 10:30am MorningTimes: Worship........... 11:15am Midweek Service: Wednesday Tues Bible Study............. 8:00pm Prayer/Bible Study @ 7:00pm Dr. W.R. PASTOR ANDWillis FIRST Church Motto: We Walk by Faith, 8:00pm Not by Sight " Thurs Joy "For Night.............. 2 Corinthians 5:7 LADY MCCULLOUGH

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Shekinah ShekinahTabernacle Tabernacle Baptist Baptist Church Church 2109 TX TX 2109Beckley Beckley• Dallas, • Dallas, 214-942-2227 214-942-2227 8:30 8:30am amSunday SundaySchool School 10:00 am Worship Service 10:00 am Worship Service

214-428-3200

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Carver CarverHeights HeightsBaptist BaptistChurch Church “A Christ” “A going goingChurch Churchfor fora aComing Coming Christ” 2510 2510E.E.Ledbetter Ledbetter Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75216 75216 Church: Church:214-371-2024 214-371-2024 Sunday a.m.a.m. SundaySchool......9:30 School......9:30 Morn. a.m. & 10:45 Morn. Worship...8:00 Worship...8:00 a.m. & 10:45 a.m. a.m. Tues. Tues.Noonday NoondayBible BibleStudy Study Wed. p.m.p.m. Wed.Prayer/Bible Prayer/BibleStudy....7:00 Study....7:00

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Olive Olive Grove GroveBaptist BaptistChurch Church Lotts Mortuary 4416 Denley 4416South South DenleyDrive Drive 2434Dallas, MLK Blvd, Dallas Tx 75215 Texas 75216 Dallas, Texas 75216 Ph: Ph:214-941-4378 214-941-4378 9:45 School 9:45am am- Sunday - Sunday School 10:45 Worship 10:45am am- Morning - Morning Worship Midweek Midweek Service: Service: Wednesday Wednesday––Prayer Prayerand and Teaching Teaching6:00 6:00p.m. p.m.

Rev. Rev.W. W.Hunter Hunter

Rev. Bradley Rev.Johnnie JohnnieR.R. Bradley

Pilgrim Pilgrim Rest Rest Baptist Baptist Church Church 1819 1819 N. N.Washington Washington Dallas, Dallas,TX TX Ph: Ph:214-823-7308 214-823-7308 8:00 Worship 8:00am amFirst First Worship 9:30 9:30am amSunday SundaySchool School 10:45 10:45am amSecond Second Worship Worship

Rev. Rev.Curtis CurtisWallace Wallace

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Rev. Rev.Frederick Frederick D. D.Haynes HaynesIIIIII

Lords Lords Missionary Missionary Baptist Baptist Church Church

6722 6722 Bexar BexarStreet Street Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas 214-428-5459 214-428-5459 9:30 9:30am amSunday SundaySchool School 11:00 11:00am amWorship Worship

Rev. FreddieCheatum Cheatum Rev.Freddie

14120 Texas 75240 14120Noel NoelRoad Road• Dallas, • Dallas, Texas 75240 972-239-1120 972-239-1120Church Church 972-239-5925 972-239-5925Fax Fax Worship 10:45 amam WorshipServices Services8 8& & 10:45 Sunday SundaySchool School9:45 9:45amam Wednesday Wednesday12 12noon noonprayer prayer

Rev. Rev.Michael MichaelR.R. Hubbard Hubbard Sr., Sr.,Pastor Pastor

2837 2837Prosperity ProsperityAve. Ave. Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75216 75216 Ph: Ph:(214) (214)376-2447 376-2447 8:45 School 8:45am am- Sunday - Sunday School 10:00 Worship 10:00am am- Morning - Morning Worship 5:00 5:00pmpm-B.T.U. B.T.U. Dr. Pastor Dr.T.L. T.L.Brown, Brown, Pastor

1000 1000East EastRedbird RedbirdLane Lane Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas 214-371-9228 214-371-9228 8:00 amam Worship 8:00&&10:45 10:45 Worship 9:30 9:30Sunday SundaySchool School

www.hmbconline.org www.hmbconline.org Sunday a.m.a.m. SundayEarly EarlyWorship....8:00 Worship....8:00 Morning 10:45 p.m.p.m. Morning Worship Worship........ 10:45 Tuesday p.m.p.m. TuesdayYouth YouthChoir...7:00 Choir...7:00 Wed. p.mp.m Wed.Prayer PrayerMeeting Meeting.....7:00 .....7:00 Wed. p.m.-p.m.-8:30 8:30 p.m. p.m. Wed.Bible BibleStudy StudyClass.....7:30 Class.....7:30 For ine.or g Prayer@hmbconline.org For Prayer: Prayer: Prayer@hmbconl

Rev. Rev.Jerome JeromeE.E. McNeil, McNeil,Jr.Jr.PhPhD.D.

New New Friendship FriendshipMissionary Missionary Baptist BaptistChurch Church “Where Real & & FriendshipIsIs Real “WhereFriendship The Word” TheMinistry MinistryIsIsThe The Word”

2419 2419Metropolitan MetropolitanAvenue Avenue Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75215 75215 Church: Church:214-421-7211 214-421-7211 Fax: Fax:214-565-1530 214-565-1530 Pastor’s Pastor’sOffice: Office:214-421-8272 214-421-8272 Caregiver’s Caregiver’sOffice: Office:214-565-1147 214-565-1147 www.newfriendshipmissionarybaptistchurch.com www.newfriendshipmissionarybaptistchurch.com

Sunday A.M. SundaySchool....9:15 School....9:15 A.M. Morning 11:00 A.M. Morning Worship Worship........ 11:00 A.M. Mon.-Christian pmpm Mon.-ChristianEducation...7:00 Education...7:00 Wed. P.M.P.M. Wed.Prayer PrayerMeeting Meeting....7:30 ....7:30

Bishop Bishop Ray RayCampbell Campbell

5707 5707Bonnie BonnieView ViewRoad Road Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75241 75241 214-376-5846 214-376-5846 8:00 8:00am amEarly EarlyWorship Worship 11:00 11:00am amWorship Worship www.bambc.org www.bambc.org

Rev. Pastor Rev.Johnny JohnnyA.A.McGee, McGee, Pastor

Rev. Mitchell Rev.J.J.E.E. Mitchell

Greater GreaterMount MountHebron Hebron Missionary MissionaryBaptist BaptistChurch Church 2335 Texas 75241 233556th 56thStreet StreetDallas, Dallas, Texas 75241

Rev. Rev.Carlton CarltonGarrett Garrett

Concord Concord Missionary Missionary Baptist Baptist Church Church

6808 6808Pastor PastorBailey BaileyDrive Drive Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75237 75237 214-331-8522 214-331-8522 7:30am, am 9:15 am 11:00-12:24 8:00 am,am & 12:00 pm pm 8:00 am,10:00 10:00 & 12:00 WWorship oRsHoP Worship

Ph: Fax:Fax: (214) 824-3813 Ph:(214) (214)823-1018 823-1018 (214) 824-3813

Bon Bon Air Air Baptist Baptist Church Church

2020 2020W. W.Wheatland Wheatland Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75232 75232 972-228-5200 972-228-5200 Sun. 8am&10:45am Sun.Morn. Morn.Services Services 8am&10:45am Wed. Noon & 7pm Wed.Bible BibleStudy Study1212 Noon & 7pm

5144 Texas 75223 5144Dolphin DolphinRd. Rd. • Dallas, • Dallas, Texas 75223

Ideal IdealPentecostal Pentecostal

Friendship Friendship West West Baptist Baptist Church Church Rev. Pastor Rev.Daryl DarylCarter, Carter, Pastor

2415 2415Ann AnnArbor Arbor Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas 214-374-3639 214-374-3639 9:30 9:30am amSunday SundaySchool School 11:00 11:00am amWorship Worship

Ervay ErvayCedar CedarMissionary Missionary Baptist Baptist Church Church

Shiloh Shiloh Missionary Missionary Baptist Baptist Church Church

1114 1114Comal ComalStreet Street Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75203 75203 214-946-3581 214-946-3581 9:00 am Early MorningWorship Worship 8:00 am Early Morning 8:00 am Early Morning Worship 10:15 am Sunday School 9:00 am Sunday School 9:00 am Sunday School 11:15 am WorshipService Service 11:00 am Worship 11:00 am Worship Service

Hopewell Hopewell Missionary Missionary Baptist BaptistChurch Church

Temple Temple of ofFaith Faith Christian ChristianChapel ChapelC.M.E. C.M.E. Church Church

New New Greater GreaterEmanuel Emanuel Baptist Baptist Church Church

Rev. Rev.Alfred AlfredStapleton Stapleton

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Little Little Friendship Friendship Baptist Baptist Church Church

Dallas, Texas

2554 Texas 75216 AnnArbor ArborAve. Ave.Dallas, Dallas, Texas 75216 2554Ann Ph: Ph:(214) (214)376-2873 376-2873 am am Sunday SundaySchool............9:45 School............9:45 Morning am am Morning Praise..........11:00 Praise..........11:00 Children’s am am Church......11:30 Children’sChurch......11:30 BTU.............................6:30 pm BTU.............................6:30 pm Mon. pmpm Mon. Youth YouthMission Mission....7:00 ....7:00 Tues. pm pm Tues.Men’s Men’sMinistry Ministry....7:00 ....7:00 Fri. pmpm Fri.Singles/Family Singles/FamilyMinistry Ministry7:30 7:30

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Ebenezer Missionary Riverside Baptist Church Ebenezer Missionary 3132 Lagow Baptist Church Baptist Church 8015Blossom BlossomLane Lane 8015 9:30 am Sunday School Dallas, Texas Texas 75227 Dallas, 75227 10:45 Sunday am Worship 214-388-1200 214-388-1200

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Church: Church:214-374-4759 214-374-4759 9:00 9:00am amSunday SundaySchool School 10:30 10:30am amMorning MorningWorship Worship 7:00 pmpm Wed Bible Study 7:00pm pm- -7:30 7:30 Wed Bible Study Thurs. Rehearsal/Usher Thurs.Night Night- Choir - Choir Rehearsal/Usher 7:00 Men’s Night OutOut 7:00pm pm Fri. Fri. Men’s Night

Mt. M.B.C. Mt.Pisgah Pisgah M.B.C. “THE “THEROCK” ROCK” 11611 Chapel Rd. Rd. 11611Webb Webb Chapel Dallas, Tx.Tx. 75229 Dallas, 75229 Worship Services..7:45 & 11 am Worship Services..7:45 & 11 am Sunday am am SundaySchool...9:45 School...9:45 Wed. Study 12 pm 7 pm Wed.Bible Bible Study 12&pm & 7 pm Office...972-241-6151 Office...972-241-6151 Fax...972-243-5279 Fax...972-243-5279 Music MusicMinistry...972-241-5985 Ministry...972-241-5985 Prayer Line...972-243-2037 Prayer Line...972-243-2037

Rev. Rev.Fred FredConwright Conwright

Office Mon.Mon. & Fri...9 am - 3 pm OfficeHours... Hours... & Fri...9 am - 3 pm Tues., Wed., Thurs...9 am - 6am pm - 6 pm Tues., Wed., Thurs...9 Website...www.dallasmtpisgah.org Website...www.dallasmtpisgah.org

Greater Church GreaterEmanuel EmanuelBaptist Baptist Church 2110 2110E.E.11th 11thSt.St. Dallas, Dallas,Texas Texas75203 75203 214-942-0218 214-942-0218

Rev. Rev.Bryan BryanCarter Carter

9:00 School 9:00a.m........Sunday a.m........Sunday School 7:45 10:00 a.m...Morning Worship 7:45a.m. a.m.& & 10:00 a.m...Morning Worship 6:30 Prayer/Bible Study 6:30p.m....Wed. p.m....Wed. Prayer/Bible Study

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New Birth Baptist Church

444 West Ledbetter Dallas, Texas 75224 214-374-0828 Early Morning Worship ........7:50 am Sunday School ....................9:30 am Morning Worship ...............10:30 am Evening Worship ................7:00 p.m.

Rev. George Pryor

3610 Hancock Dallas, Texas 75210 214-428-2083 Sunday School.....10:00 am Morning Worship.... 11:00 am BTU.......9:30 am

Rev. K.D. Pace

St. Mark AME Zion Church

2311 E. Illinois Ave. Dallas, TX 75216 214-376-7750 Fax 214-376-2485 stmarkameziondallas.org Sunday School 9:30 am Sunday Worship 11 am Prayer Meeting Tues 12 - Wed 6 pm Sat 8 am - Sun 9 am “You Must Be Born Again”

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Greater Cornerstone Missionary Baptist Church

2651 Gooch Street Dallas, Texas 75241 Church 214-376-0354 Sunday Inter. Prayer.....8 A.M.-9 A.M. Sunday School......9:15-10:50 A.M Sunday Morning Worship... 11:00 A.M. Evening Worship...6:00 P.M.

Dr. David Wilson

2948 Singleton Blvd. Dallas, Texas 75241 Church: 214-631-2226 Sunday School.....9:30 a.m. Morning Worship.10:45 a.m. Evening Worship...7:00 p.m.

Rev. Michael L. Smith, Pastor

Sheep of Jesus Christ Christian Church

1724 Windmire Dr. Mesquite, Texas 75181 972-222-3763 kennethbeck@clear.net Sunday Service: 10:00 a.m. Bible Study: Monday 7-8 p.m. “….lovest thou me more than these? Feed my sheep….John 21:15-17 Motto: “Where Mature Christians Are Made”

Pastor Kenneth W. Beck

1403 Morrell • Dallas, Texas 75203 214-946-4522 Worship Services Sunday 8:45 AM – 9:45 AM Fullfillment Hour 10:00 AM Sunday Morning Worship Wednesday 6:30 PM Women, Men & Youth Meeting 7:30 PM Bible Study

Dr. David Henderson

2023 Mouser Street

(214) 946-3584

Rev. J.L. Rainbolt

Early Morning Pentecost ....8:00AM Sunday School.....9:25 AM Mountain top Experience ....11:00 AM Wed. Nite Bible Study........7:00 PM

Dr. Timothy J. Brown, Pastor

Zion Temple Church of God in Christ 4204 Frank Street Dallas, Texas 75210 Ph: (214) 426-5231

Sunday School......9:45 a.m. Morning Worship........11:15 a.m. Y.P.W.W..............6:45 p.m. Elder Glenn Tatum, Sr. Pastor

Marsalis Avenue Missionary Baptist Church 2723 S. Marsalis Ave. Dallas, Texas 75216 Church: 214-943-6007 9:00 am Sunday School 10:30 am Morning Worship 7:00 pm Prayer/Praise Worship

Rev. Lee W. Turner, Pastor

New El Bethel Baptist Church

Open Door Church of God In Christ

705 E. Aimee Street Forney, Texas Sunday School.....9:30 A.M. Morning Worship....10:45 A.M. Wed. Prayer Meeting/Bible Study..7:15 P.M.

207 Eggar St. Waxahachie, Texas 75165 Church (972) 937-4615 Email: iwturner@prodigy.net Sunday School.....9:30 A.M. Call to Worship.... 10:45 AM Wednesday Prayer Service.... 6:30 p.m. “The Church With The Mind Of Christ”

Greater Mt. Pleasant Baptist Church

3702 Toronto Dallas, Texas 214-920-2473

Rev. N. C. Sargent

214-372-6500

Redeemer Missionary Baptist Church

Community West Baptist Church

Little Flock Baptist Church

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Bonnie View Christian Church 4861 Bonnie View at Ledbetter Dallas, Texas 75216 Church 214-376-8514 Sunday School......8:30 A.M Call To Worship... 10:00 A.M. Wed. Prayer Service & Bible Class..7:30 P.M.

Pastor David L. & Shirley F. Maxey

Lancaster Full Gospel Holy Temple Church

Faithful Missionary Baptist Church 6255 Bonnie View Rd. Dallas, Texas 972-225-7381 9:30 am Sunday School 10:45 am Worship

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Bexar Street Baptist Church 2018 S. Marsalis Ave. Dallas, Texas 75216 214-943-3579 Early Morning Worship......8:00 a.m. Sunday School..........9:30 a.m. Morning Worship 10:45 am

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3314 Detonte St. Dallas, Texas 75223 Church 972-823-1962 Email: progressivechurch@swbglobal.net Sunday School.....9:30 A.M. Call to Worship.... 11:00 AM Mission.......6:00 - 7:00 P.M. Bible Study……7:00 - 8:00 P.M. “The Church Where God Is Glorified”

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Beginners Baptist Church

8350 Forest Lane Dallas, Texas 214-349-7701 7:30 am Early Morning Worship 9:00 am Sunday School 10:30 am Morning Worship

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Salem Institutional Baptist Israel Baptist Church Church 2023 West Davis Street Rev. Todd M. Atkins - Pastor Dallas, Texas 75208 3918 Crozier St. Dallas, TX 75215 Ph:214-428-3797 (214) 942-7535 Phone Sunday School....9:45 A.M. Sunday Worship Services @ 10:45 am Morning Worship .... 11:00 Sunday School @ 9:15 am A.M. Prayer & Bible @ 7:00 pm WedStudy BibleWednesday Study ...6:30 P.M.

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Brown, JoAnn McKenzie, 78. Survived one by daughter, Denise Gambrell, granddaughter, Yuleici (Brian) GambrellFrancis and 3 great grandchildren. WakeThursday, April 7, 7-8:30 pm. Funeral- Friday, April 8 at 12 noon. Both services will be held at St. John B.C.-1701 W. Jefferson, Grand Prairie,Tx McFarlin, Charles “Charlie Mack”, Age 61. WakeWed., April 6 from 6-7 pm at Golden Gate- 4155 S. R.L. Thornton Frwy. Dallas, TX

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Rachal, Claude Ray, 56. Service on Saturday, April 9 at 11 am at New Birth M.B.Church, 108 Church St. Natchitoches, LA

Douglas, Willie T. “James”, 69, of Dallas, TX passed on April 2, 2011.ServiceFriday, April 8 at 1 pm at Eagles Nest Cathedral8045 E. Interstate 30, Dallas, TX.

Channel 21 every sunday morning at 5:30am

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