Ex-Oiler Barber to pronounce in Conroe

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Ex-Oiler Barber to pronounce in Conroe

Ex-Oiler Barber to pronounce in Conroe

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Posted: Saturday, Aug 11, 2012 6:59 pm


Ex-Oiler Barber to pronounce in Conroe

By Jim Mashek

Houston Community Newspapers

Former Houston Oilers parsimonious finish Mike Barber will be a featured orator on Thursday night during a Outdoors and Sports Banquet to be hold during a Lone Star Convention and Expo Center.

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Barber, 59, is a owner of Mike Barber Ministries, that works with inmates opposite a state. He is opening a non-denominational church with his son, Brandon, nearby Reliant Stadium and a Astrodome, a latter in that he played in a 1970s.

“I’ll be there to plea a group (at a vocalization engagement) to step adult and be accountable,” Barber said. “It’ll be an respect and a privilege. I’ll pronounce to them about my jail ministry, my overdo programs and a ‘Luv Ya Blue’ days.”

Barber assimilated a Oilers as a second-round breeze choice from Louisiana Tech in 1976 and spent 6 of his 11 NFL seasons in Houston, that enclosed dual appearances in a AFC championship game. He had 222 career receptions in a NFL, 17 of them for touchdowns, while averaging scarcely 13 yards per catch.

Barber also played for a Los Angeles Rams and Denver Broncos.

Barber has remained in Texas given his personification days and will share his ardent summary on Thursday night.

“We share a summary of hope, that it’s never too late to make a right decisions,” Barber said.

Barber believes a Houston Texans are staid for another playoff appearance, quite with a lapse of quarterback Matt Schaub from a feet damage final season.

“They’ve got a good quarterback, a good using behind (Arian Foster) and they’ve done moves to strengthen a defense,” Barber said. “If they stay hungry, and healthy, we consider they’ve got as good a possibility as any (AFC team) to go to a Super Bowl.”

Doors for a eventuality will open during 5 p.m. Thursday, with Barber scheduled to pronounce during about 7:30. For sheet information, call First Baptist Church during 936-756-6601.

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