Religion | Life
Local church to host walk to raise money for drinking water
Singing Oaks is working to raise $30,000 to dig water wells in Tanzania and Haiti. The local church will host a "walk 4 water."
Svatantrya Temple celebrates first year, continues to grow
'Fill the Pantry' to raise funds, collect food for Denton's hungry
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 church to host trunk-or-treat for families
First UMC of Denton to host "Share the Harvest" event on Halloween.
Denton church hosts annual 'Empty Bowls' luncheon
Christ the Servant Lutheran Church in Denton will host the annual Empty Bowls luncheon on Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017.
Insight Denton: What are those street markings with the bicycle and the sergeant stripes?
Calendar: Monday, Oct. 23
Thinking life: Breast cancer survivor considers attitude strong medicine
Seven years ago, Dolores Nabors got her second cancer diagnosis. She credits her survival to early detection and a positive attitude.
James A. Mann: Today's mob mentality similar to Luke's description of 2,000 years ago
Paul's advice: "If it is possible, as far as it depends on you, live at peace with everyone". (Romans 12:18) Don't join the herd. James A. Mann, Ph. D. , is a Denton native and the lead pastor of New Life Church of Denton.
Briefly in Religion - Sept. 8, 2017
James A. Mann: Some history must be remembered for its horror, some for its heroism.
The Thoughtful Pastor: The more I know about the Bible, the less I know about it
The Bible overflows with wondrous words, with stories of an uncivilized group of unruly, uneducated former slaves fighting for their freedom and seeking to create a society based on religious beliefs radically different from those around them.