James A. Mann: When we embrace Jesus, we can truly live "heroic," altruistic lives
Laying down one's life for someone; putting ourselves in harm's way out of compassion; listening to each other; serving; sacrificial love; helping others; These shouldn't be the human anomaly.
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David Annis: Beware the fall armyworm as infestations can cause major damage to fields, pastures
What has an inverted "Y" on its face and can mow down a newly emerged field in less than a night? It's not a bird. It's not a plane. It's a fall armyworm. Armyworm outbreaks are difficult to predict but infestations seem to occur in portions of the state every year especially after rains in the early fall.
The Place is Argyle: Friday the 13th can be scary
The internet has all sorts of bad things that have happened to people on this day and is filled with superstitions making individuals cautious. Of course these happenings could have occurred on any other day, but since it was on Friday the 13th people associate it with that day and the superstitions began.
Courtney Davis: Research shows cancer risks increase because of poor diet, lack of exercise
Research has shown that two of the main factors that increase a risk of cancer are actually due to a poor diet and lack of physical activity. Choosing to control your weight, becoming more active and eating healthier foods can get you back on track and help reduce the risk of cancer.
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The Thoughtful Pastor: Twitter, not Facebook, could be one reason for lower church attendance
But the formation of the soul into one who lives from the fullness of forgiving grace and passes that loving goodness on to the rest of the world takes time, nuance, and the very kind of in-depth dialogue Twitter eliminates.
Local church to host women's interfaith group meeting
Trinity Presbyterian Church and the Islamic Society of Denton have shared a ministry to deepen Christian-Muslim bonds for the past several years. The women from the two groups will have a meeting in the library.
Denton office to take part in Free Dentistry Day
Amanda Reuter and the team at University Drive Dental will be providing free services Saturday as part of Free Dentistry Day, a day dedicated to providing free dental care to the growing number of Americans without dental insurance. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, approximately 108 million Americans are living without dental insurance.