Religion

Religion

Fort Worth area religion calendar

▪ EduFEST, 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. Saturday, The Potter’s House of Fort Worth, 1200 Woodhaven Blvd. Topics include financial literacy, parent-teacher communication and entrepreneurship. Festival will include a college/career fair. Free, but registration is required. 817-446-1999 or tphfw.org.

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▪David’s Creed in concert, 7 p.m. Saturday at Believer’s Tabernacle Church, 5700 Crawford Lane E., Forest Hill; and 9:30 (English service) and 11 a.m. (Spanish service) Sunday at Plymouth Park Baptist Church, 1714 N. Story Road, Irving. David’s Creed is Oklahoma Baptist University’s traveling worship band and will perform popular songs and hymn-renditions alike, such as Soul on Fire, This is Amazing Grace and Power in the Blood.

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Chad Hennings, winner of three Super Bowls during his nine seasons with the Dallas Cowboys, says the early success by rookie QB Dak Prescott in training camp "speaks volumes" about the player's NFL potential. But he offered a reminder Wednesday that Cowboys fans should not get too excited about any player's performance in preseason games. Video by Jimmy Burch.
jburch@star-telegram.com
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