While talking to a young man the other day about the Lord and His work, we each spoke about reading the Bible. I was interested to hear the very well educated fellow say, “It doesn’t really do me any good to read the Bible or go to church. I just can’t seem to remember very much of it any time later.” He’s in good company. Well, perhaps not good company, but joined by big numbers.

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Well … most everyone has them but no one likes them. Mosquitoes have been around forever, and will probably be here for a while longer. What can you do to cut down on your mosquito population? In addition to tips to keep areas dry, certain plants can be added to our yard that those pesky mosquitoes don’t like. They don’t like them at all.

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Seniors all over Texas are receiving phone calls from individuals who want to make an appointment to come to your home and deliver a new Medical Alert that is all paid for by Medicare. But the truth is, Medicare does not pay for medical alert systems and this item is not free! This is merely a trick for you to give out personal information over the phone to strangers.

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Barbara Campbell, member of First Pentecostal Church in Vidor, collects goods do

First Pentecostal Church in Vidor is accepting donations to aid the victims of an EF4 tornado that devastated Moore, Okla. on Monday, May 20. A May 21 press release from Oklahoma Gov.

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Reagan Rothenberger, a Beaumont native and 20-year-old junior at Dallas Baptist University (DBU), was elected president of the Student Government Association (SGA) on April 17 for the 2013-14 school year, and will take office in August.

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