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Bill Gaither talks changes in Christian music, faith

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Metro Voice interviewed Bill Gaither Wednesday, Nov. 7. The composer and singer is no doubt one of the central characters in the long and storied history of Christian music in the 20th ...

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Brady kids reunite at their TV home

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For the first time since the show ended, the Brady children gathered at the actual house which served as their TV home. Six cast members of “The Brady Bunch” gathered Thursday in ...

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Michael Bublé thanks Jesus for son’s cancer remission

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Canadian crooner Michael Bublé put his faith centerstage during a recent appearance on “The Late Late Show with James Cordon,” thanking Jesus Christ for his 5-year-old son’s cancer remission. While Bublé tearfully ...

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4 Bible films top this month’s family-friendly spotlight

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In our monthly series, “5 Family-Friendly Things,” we continue to spotlight five family-friendly entertainment choices on film, DVDs, streaming or television. Here’s our spotlight for November. Bible movies are a favorite in ...

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Wonderful ‘Wonder’ leads November’s streaming lineup

Teaching children not to bully is a part of good parenting, but sometimes, it helps to have a good book or movie to make the case. Such is the case with Wonder. ...

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For Steven Curtis Chapman, it’s personal

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Most of our memories are connected in one way or another to music. Remember when you took your car out for your first solo ride, the radio blaring? Slow danced with someone ...

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Singer Lauren Daigle sings on ‘The Ellen Show’ Wednesday

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Tickets to her Kansas City concert are going for $400 but if you can’t afford to attend you can catch Lauren Daigle on the Ellen DeGeneres show. The Christian music artist gave ...

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Famed Branson violinist returns to stage after fire

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Famed violinist Shoji Tabuchi, who’s become a staple of the Branson performance scene, will start performing for the first time since his theater was shuttered last year due to fire damage. It’s ...

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Is policitcs driving Gosnell movie’s removal from theaters?

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The filmmakers behind “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” have questioned why hundreds of theaters have dropped the pro-life movie despite a very strong opening performance. They also shared various ...

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Forget the controversy, ‘First Man’ honors American hero

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“One small step for man, one giant leap for mankind.” So said Neil Armstrong when he first set foot on the moon—perhaps one of the most famous quotes in American history. It forever ...

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Top picks for October music releases

Fall has roared into view with cooler weather, falling leaves and… some really good music being released. From Chris Tomlin’s Holy Roar, to Tori Kelly and Austin French, here are the top ...

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‘Gosnell’ is a good movie, not a sermon says director

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The film “Gosnell: The Trial of America’s Biggest Serial Killer” opened in theaters on Oct. 12 in the top 10 nationwide in only 20 percent of the theaters that bigger movies showed. ...

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‘Gosnell’ is a movie you must not miss

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Anita and I went with friends to see the new movie “Gosnell” last night. It was sold out at the AMC in Leawood so we googled another showtime and drove to south ...

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Rapper Kanye West meets with Trump, condemns ‘welfare mentality,’ says he was ‘programmed’

Rap megastar Kanye West doesn’t always have the most clear and concise political message, but one of the biggest takeaways from his recent political comments is that he is tired of liberals telling ...

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David Phelps and The Big Voice Tour tonight in Independence

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One of the most unmistakable voices to ever step onto a concert stage is Grammy winning recording artist, David Phelps. Once a childhood musical prodigy from Tomball, TX. He has become a nationally ...

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