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Is ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ suitable for young kids? (Here’s your spoiler-free answer)

I was five when the first “Star Wars” movie was released, eight when “The Empire Strikes Back” came out, and 11 when “Return of the Jedi” hit theaters. My parents let me ...

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Christmas Events Fill KC’s Calendar

For a full list of Christmas Events in Kansas City plus hundreds of other activities, click HERE.   ADVENT LESSONS AND CAROLS. December 12, 7:00 pm. Immaculate Conception Cathedral, 416 W. 15th ...

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Fallout 4 Video Game Offers Path of Selflessness

Fallout 4 is the biggest video game release of the year by a significant margin. In its first 24 hours, Bethesda’s open world role-playing game for Playstation 4, Xbox One, and PC, ...

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New and Classic TV Christmas Shows Start This Weekend

Some of the best things to enjoy about the Thanksgiving through Christmas season are the classic TV Christmas shows we watched as kids. There’s nothing better than sitting down with your little ...

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Prayer Ad Banned from Theaters

The Church of England (COE) is asking why its ad extolling the importance of prayer, was banned from being shown during the trailers at theaters across the country. The prayer ad banned from theaters had received ...

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Mystery of Christmas Marks 18 Years

This year marks the 18th season of The Mystery of Christmas. This high-tech production has inspired audiences for almost two decades–15 years at The Youthfront Auditorium in Kansas City, and two years ...

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The 33 movie: Chilean miners’ despair, faith and miracle rescue

Can you imagine being buried alive for days, weeks, months on end? In this dramatic true story that captivated the world in 2010, a huge explosion traps 33 miners deep underground in ...

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What’s Going on in Kansas City?

Looking for something to do this fall in Kansas City or the surrounding area? Check out the Metro Voice Calendar, filled with hundreds of activities. Here’s just a few upcoming events.  For more ...

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The Unmaking of Nichole Nordeman

One of Christian music’s best-known voices emerges from a 10-year hiatus to sing about hope amid pain. Fifteen years ago, Nichole Nordeman, then still in her 20s, was one of the biggest ...

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Disney’s Dean Jones Remembered for Faith, Films

Dean Jones, beloved star of nearly a dozen Disney films, died Tuesday of complications from Parkinson’s disease. He was 84. Jones’ appearances in lighthearted films like That Darn Cat! and The Love Bug ...

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Prayer-focused ‘War Room’ opens Aug. 28

The director who helped bring “Courageous,” “Fireproof” and “Facing the Giants” to the big screen has a big goal for his next film: He wants to see Christians change the way they ...

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The Jim Gaffigan Show Gives Positive Spin to Christians

Jim and Jeannie Gaffigan on their new TV show, their big family, and ‘clean’ comedy. The Jim Gaffigan Show premiered on TV Land on July 15—and Gaffigan’s reputation as a “clean Christian comedian” ...

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“I Love God More” Says Rapper Dre Tee

Dre Tee has been performing and writing music since his early teens. Originally focused on breaking into the bigtime, the Lord had different plans for him. Metro Voice recently got a chance ...

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Looking Beyond Wins & Losses

Kansas City Royals Manager Dayton Moore on Faith and the Game The best hitters in Major League Baseball fail two-thirds of the time. This year’s World Series champion likely will lose 60 ...

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Life Inspires Lyrics for Grandeur Band

Hailing from Blue Springs, the band Grandeur has been flying under the radar for a while, writing a collection of praise and rock with a focus on the Lord. As mentioned last ...

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