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While you might go to church to hear a sermon, listen to the choir or talk to friends, you can get even more at 56 congregations in North Texas. At these congregations, which represent Christian
During the holidays, it’s easy for families to get swept up in a desire for more toys, gadgets and treats. Fostering a spirit of gratitude helps families reconnect and feel thankful for their blessings. Children
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Taking breaks during your workday is one of the best things you can do for your health — and your job. Between phone calls, meetings, deadlines and last-minute projects, work is a constant race against
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You come home after work. As you’re changing out of your work attire, you see your running shoes under your bed and think, “I should go for a run.” After going through a checklist of