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YOUNG KIDS WE ALL CAN BE PROUD OF!

POSITIVE NEWS ABOUT THE YOUNG PEOPLE IN OUR COMMUNITY!





The Insite would like to thank the staff of the Houston Parks department. I served as the master of ceremonies for their annual ASK awards program. It’s an event that honors young student athletes who have excelled in their school and community. $1200 scholarships were handed out to the young people who will head to the college of their choice. Lots of people were in attendance including Doug Earle, Kenneth Allen, Horace Chaney, Charles Payton, Anthony Smith, Bria Davis, Fred Arnold, and many more. By the way, ASK stands for Athletes Seeking Knowledge!

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THEY COULD MAKE A KILLING OFF BOOTLEG!

DO YOU KNOW WHAT KIND OF MONEY COULD BE MADE OFF OF THIS CHURCH EQUIPMENT?

I was interviewing legendary Houston Pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell on Monday when I had a chance to see one of his editing stations. This particular room is used at Windsor Village to dub copies of his video sermons. The first thing that came to my mind was that a bootlegger would have a field day in that room. There are dozens of burning stations and with that kind of volume a bootlegger could make a killing. Just a thought from the Insite. But I’m sure the ‘church’ will have no part of the Insite’s illegal thoughts!

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KIRBYJON IS ON FACEBOOK AND TWITTER TOO!

THE PASTOR WHO EMBRACES TECHNOLOGY!

After decades of resisting, prominent Houston pastor Kirbyjon Caldwell is giving in.

The leader of Windsor Village United Methodist Church has decided to venture into television.

“Living the Kingdom Experience” began airing in June in cities throughout the U.S., including on FOX 26.

“Not only did I not think we’d go on television, I never thought I’d be a pastor, but all of this is new to me and I’m excited about it,” said Caldwell.

Caldwell says he will be adding even more stations around the U.S. to carry his television ministry in July.

If that is not enough, he is also starting to participate in Twitter and Facebook pages.

Caldwell tells the Insite he’s a man who embraces technology to ensure he doesn’t lose his younger members of his congregation.

The prominent religious leader says he has at least 16,000 members in his church and he hopes to bring more into the flock.

Caldwell’s television program currently airs in such cities as Houston, Boston, and Orlando!