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What’s Your Christmas Memory?

Readers and staff share their thoughts on the holidays gone by   By Dwight Widaman | Editor Some years ago Anita and I had planned to take our kids to the local ...

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Grace-filled Christmas

Christmas Cards deliver more than warm wishes this season, they bring healing to children at Show-Me Christian Youth Home   Stephanie L Boothe | Metro Voice   Grace seems to have it ...

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Ring in the Season With a Branson Christmas Getaway

If you’re looking for an easy trip to get in the holiday mood, Branson is just for you! By Dwight Widaman Like many families, memories of trips to Branson frame some of ...

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Do You Have a Funny Marriage?

Laugh Your Way to a Better Marriage Oct. 25 By Dwight Widaman Laughter isn’t only the best medicine, it can also be the best marriage counselor. We know of its power to ...

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Sister’s Keeper: Change Begins in the Mind

  Last month, we discussed the fact that much like Bible greats such as Joseph, Daniel, and Esther, your calling, too, will include trials and tribulations. While some women have reacted very ...

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Don’t Get Weighed Down in Quest for Perfection

By Kharissa Forte | Metro Voice   Throughout these early years of marriage, motherhood and career, I’ve found it necessary to always — and I mean always — take care of three ...

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God Loves Us, Flaws and All

By Kharissa Forte | Nearing my 28th birthday, I’ve become unapologetic for who I am. I’ve begun to embrace my flaws just as easily as I have my aptitudes. This isn’t an ...

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Purity Ball This Saturday in Lee’s Summit

Bring your Princess to the Purity Ball this Saturday for a Special Evening   All dads, grandpas, and uncles of young ladies ages 11-up are to a very unique evening honoring fathers, ...

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Avalanche Couldn’t Bury Parents’ Faith

“I figured I was going to die” said Matt Walsh   From The AG News Service |  I was being buried! I couldn’t believe that an avalanche could happen where we were! ...

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Being Faithful in the Age of Facebook

What can you do to protect your relationships By Joanne Brokaw | More than 35 years ago, when he was a teenager, Mike Parker met Mark Henderson while on an 800-mile road ...

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Speak the truth in love

By Jama Edlund | Wasn’t it wonderful celebrating our Savior’s birth just a few weeks ago? Images of Jesus as a tiny baby in humble surroundings flooded Facebook and were seen on ...

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Summer evangelism opportunities

Summer evangelism opportunities The Greater Kansas City Area Child Evangelism Fellowship is inviting people to take an active role in the lives their neighborhood children. One way to do this is by ...

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Who Cares About the Poor?

By Jerry Newcombe |  If you were a casual observer of our culture, you’d assume that the progressives are the ones full of compassion. But is that really the case? Here we ...

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Study blows away myths that education erodes faith

It’s pretty much a given that the more educated someone becomes, the more likely they are to question their religious beliefs, stop going to church and even abandon their faith entirely. Or ...

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Halloween’s Pagan Themes Fill West’s Faith Vacuum

By Amity Shlaes – Bloomberg News Seems like Americans just want it to be Halloween all year. The holiday just keeps getting more popular. Seven in 10 expect to celebrate it in ...

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