Meet Houston Missions The Landing (Human Trafficking)

Today's guest on Meet Houston Missions & The Simmons and Fletcher Local Missions Podcast is Lea Byrd, the Mobilization Manager, for The Landing. The Landing is an organization dedicated to “walking alongside of victims of human trafficking and commercial sexual... Read More >

How Do I Report a Defective or Unsafe Product?

When you purchase a product and it malfunctions in such a way that presents a safety hazard to the typical user, you can and should report this product to the appropriate Federal Authority. But which one is the right authority? There are several federal government branches that... Read More >

What is Vicarious Liability?

Vicarious liability is a legal theory of liability that imputes liability from a negligent actor to another person or company for whom the negligent actor was acting on behalf. It recognizes that when a person is acting on someone else's behalf, the real responsibility lies with... Read More >

What Happens When Someone Drowns in Your Pool in Texas?

Several factors affect whether a landowner may be liable under Texas premises liability law if someone drowns in their pool. The main factors that will come into play are 1) whether the person was a guest or a trespasser, 2) what caused the drowning, and; 3) the age of the... Read More >

Meet Houston Missions: Bread of Life (Food Pantry & Shelter)

In this episode of the Meet Houston Missions Podcast, host Paul H. Cannon talks to Dr. Monique Williams the Chief Advancement Office of Bread of Life, Inc.  Bread of Life, Inc. has been operating as a mission to help feed and rehabilitate Houston’s homeless for over three... Read More >

Meet Houston Missions: Mesa Outreach, Inc. (Food Pantry)

Hear from Lisa Modglin, the Administrative Manager of Mesa Outreach as Host Paul H. Cannon interviews her about the various programs Mesa Outreach provides to less fortunate families in Bear Creek and the surrounding zip codes. They are located on the campus of Bear Creek United... Read More >