Religion | Life
James A. Mann: For First Amendment to work, we need to be honest, listen and be civil
The values of yesteryear they describe are old-fashioned things like getting married before having kids, staying married, getting an education, working hard, going the extra mile for your employer, avoiding idleness, being a patriot, being neighborly, civic minded and charitable, avoiding course language in public, respecting authority and avoiding substance abuse and crime.
Faith communities to broach sex abuse in churches through conference
Three local agencies to host free four-week nutrition program
Awareness campaign will promote child abuse prevention through April
Take a Stand for Children returns for a second consecutive year to promote two Denton County agencies that serve abused and neglected children.
Local church seeks volunteers for meal packaging event
First United Methodist Church hopes to assemble 200 volunteers to package meals for an anti-hunger initiative.
Ministerial alliance to host sunrise Easter service
The Southeast Denton Ministerial Alliance will host a sunrise Easter service at St. Andrew Church of God in Christ.
Lake Dallas teen dies in single-vehicle rollover accident near Sanger
Denton Rewind: April 24, 2018
Local church to offer Financial Peace University in April
Looking to conquer your debt? Singing Oaks Church of Christ will begin Financial Peace University on April 5.
Blotter: Two teens detained for burglarizing cars at student living apartments, police say
Many Denton County voters mailing in ballots
James A. Mann: The hidden spring still flows today
Prophets like Isaiah told the people that just under the surface of concrete religion were wonderful springs meant to be consumed and enjoyed — much better than regulated religious spigots.