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A Good Name: Witness Protection or Authenticity

We believe everyone reading this article should engage in some self-examination and answer this question: In a world of broken relationships and trust deficits, when people hear or see your name, does ...

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Arise Women’s Conference Set to Inspire!

Women from Kansas City and beyond are encouraged to imagine a “new you” at the Arise 2014 Women’s Conference, Jan. 30 — Feb. 2. “The conference will offer inspiration and positive life-coaching ...

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More Christian than African-American

January 2 – Christian Newswire — More Christian Than African-American is author Kimberly Cash Tate’s truthful, courageous account of the spiritual journey that completely transformed her sense of identity. A native of ...

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The God I Don’t Understand

Reflections on Tough Questions of Faith Paperback Dr. Chris Wright Why is there evil and suffering in creation? Can someone explain what the Cross really means and how what happened there saves ...

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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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Salvo Magazine Publishes Issue Supplement on Science and Faith

CHICAGO, IL, (CHRISTIAN NEWS SERVICE) — Salvo magazine has published a supplement to its fall 2013 issue that’s devoted exclusively to topics surrounding science and faith. The 80-page supplement features contributions from ...

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Alone and Grieving, New Author Addressess How Prayer Changed Her Life

No matter how much darkness exists in your life it cannot diminish the flicker of even the tiniest light. That light is prayer and it will lead you to your destiny. — ...

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Missions Conference features Gracia Burnham

Lenexa Baptist Church hosted a Missions Conference October 20-21 designed to inspire and encourage anyone passionate about missions and church planting. Under the leadership of Senior Pastor Steve Dighton, the church has ...

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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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From Disaster, Eternal Truths

What can calamity, like that in Joplin, teach us? By Chuck Colson It is natural to try and make sense of out terrible events such as a tornado. Some people will see ...

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Is Evangelicalism Dead?

By Michael Spencer Editor’s Note: A column in a leading national newspaper has opened many eyes and created quite a controversy. We reprint it here to encourage thoughtful debate. Oneida, Ky. — ...

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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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Wicked. An unintended allegory for our time?

by Dwight Widaman |   Heading to Chicago or another great city soon? Plan to see the Broadway production of Wicked. It’s a delicious look at an imaginary culture which some astute ...

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Movie ‘Unlimited’ finds Hollywood in the Heartland

Retired scientist, philanthropist, not so retired any longer with movie endeavor What could you accomplish for God if you knew you had unlimited resources and that it was impossible to fail? Harold ...

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