A Night to Shine

For the past four years, members of The Well Community Church, Rockpointe Church, Argyle High School and community volunteers have provided a Night to Shine for local youth with special needs. Plans currently are underway for another unforgettable evening in February at Argyle High School.

Honey Dudes

Trietsch Memorial United Methodist Church’s Honey Dudes program offers much-needed support to local widows, single mothers, military wives and elderly residents. Armed with their “honey-do” list, a minimum of two members of the group offer help weekly to those in the community who need an extra hand.

Cleaning for a Reason

When Ronni Cade of Lewisville was battling breast cancer, she never knew she needed help doing the things she always had for her family. But when her daughter scheduled Cleaning for a Reason to deep clean her home on a regular basis, Ronni says a burden was lifted.

Unconventional Healing

 Article Stephanie Hasbrouck | Photography Hannah Ratcliff  Just off Ft. Worth Drive in Denton sits a small, bright yellow house surrounded by animals. Passersby who don’t know otherwise may think it's only a charming farm. But those who have been there know it is so much more. It is a safe haven, a soft place to land for those who have…

Shining Light

Kayla Schroeder recently opened the upscale resale store Divine Finds not to turn a profit but to benefit others in need.

Children’s Advocacy Center for Denton County

Beginning at the age of 12, Jenna Quinn was groomed by an adult family friend, gaining her trust so he could sexually abuse her. When it happened, she was changed forever.