NOV 15, 2022
Welcome to Texans for Immigration Reduction and Enforcement
3599 Westcenter Dr.
(2 blocks east of
Beltway 8, south on
from richmond Dr.)
Meeting begins at
Texans For Immigration Reduction and Enforcement
P.O Box 771014 l Houston, Texas 77215 l Phone: 877-246-0473
TFIRE's purpose as a Non-Profit organization is to call for strict control of the borders of the United States.
We favor the rigorous enforcement of existing laws against persons who illegally enter or reside in the United States.
We work to oppose or repeal laws and programs that encourage illegal immigration and residence.
Finally, we work to educate the public and work with our elected representatives to achieve these objectives.
We no longer serve meals at our meetings, but you are invited to bring snacks to eat and to share. We share sandwiches, cookies, cakes, dips, crackers — munchies that we all enjoy with our friends.
TFIRE furnishes coffee and water at no charge.
We welcome your ideas.
We are in the midst of changing times and we want TFIRE to continue to be relevant to our members and also to those newcomers who will be joining us.
You are invited to come to the meeting early (5:00 or so) to help us set up the tables and chairs before meet-ing time and get to know more of the other members and help us greet newcomers to TFIRE.
We want our visitors to feel welcome.
Please stop by the registration desk as you arrive so we can make sure we have your up-to-date mailing address, email address, and phone number. It is also a good time to pay your membership dues for 2023 or even 2022, if that is still unpaid. $25 for a single person and $35 for a couple. We need to raise this because it has been this same amount since 1990 and you understand what inflation has done to everyone!
A Houstonian by birth, Kendell Baker grew up in the northeastern Houston suburb of Fontaine Place. After college he earned a doctorate of divinity degree from Kingdom Build-ers Bible Seminary and a doctorate in pulpit communication and expository from Covenant International University. His career included working as an insurance adjuster and as an employee of the City of Houston. He founded the Christ Solid International Church in 2013, serving as a senior pastor there. Other activities included:
*Director of field operations, Houston Area Pastors’ Council
*Member, Houston Ministers Against Crime
*Member, Harris County Juvenile Operating Board
*Inaugural chairman, Houston Police and Clergy Alliance
Kendell was elected to the HISD School Board last year and began his term beginning in January, 2022. It has been an eye-opening experience that he will tell you about at our upcom-ing meeting on November 15th. Please invite others to hear about it because we all should be aware of school board issues. For too long the public ignored school issues, and the wake-up call has gone out. School boards now have to listen to parents and the public. Our children and our country’s survival are at stake.
Kendell Baker will be our November speaker
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