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Some of Our Favorite Church Signs

We think these church sings are pretty funny. What do you think? Have a favorite? Post it to our Facebook page. Click the Kansas City Facebook page on the right of this ...

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Conference Focuses on Equipping for the Spiritual and Financial Solutions of the Local Church

CHICAGO | Christian News Service | The Christian Education Foundations is hosting a conference August 6 — 7, 2014 to equip pastors and their church leadership for increasing tithing in their local church. ...

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Got a Problem? Create a Solution!

By Linda Fields | The Joseph Company To exercise your entrepreneur muscle, let’s look at three ways you can begin to bring solutions to the table by revisiting the definition of an ...

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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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Developing an Entrepreneurial Spirit

Does Your Work Matter? By Linda Fields |   To develop your entrepreneurial spirit, your first priority is to understand if, and how, it matters. For decades there has been a schism ...

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Apple launches gay “meet-up” app Rated for Kids 12 and Older

Apple has approved a gay social networking app that claims to be safe for children as young as 12, and aims to lead adults, teens and tweens to places that are “clean, ...

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Olympians for Christ Have Balanced Perspective

Several of this winter’s athletes find their true strength in the Lord   By Zachary Abate | (WNS)–On Feb. 7 the Sochi Winter Olympics will kick off, complete with political intrigue, security concerns, ...

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Tax changes to hit families, businesses hard

by Alan R. Jones, C.P.A. |  Well, Christmas has come and gone, and now the thoughts of many families and small businesses turn to their “favorite” time of year, tax filing season. ...

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The New Year and Charitable Giving Strategies

By Connie Hougland | When the calendar rolls over to a new year, one of the last things we may want to think about is charitable giving. We are just coming off ...

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“Sandestin Is More Than a Destination, It’s an Experience

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by Russ Jones, Guest Contributor When I moved to Mississippi I’d heard about Northern Florida as a popular vacation destination. In less than an easy six hour drive from Oxford, known for ...

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Obama’s New Cuba Travel Policy Helpful to Churches, Say Religious Leaders

Several church leaders and heads of faith-based organizations applauded the recent White House decision to ease travel restrictions between the United States and Cuba for religious, educational and cultural exchanges. The Rev. ...

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When the bubble burst: How did we get into the mortgage crisis, and how can we get out?

It’s hard to listen to the news these days without hearing another grim report about the widening mortgage crisis. There is plenty of blame to go around, but only God can help ...

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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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Remembering 9/11 From the Middle East

By Dwight Widaman |  Amman, Jordan –The Muslim call to prayer can wake you up at 4:16 in the morning, even on the eighth floor of your hotel. The heavy glass windows ...

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Kurt Warner: A Hard Path to Victory

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Christian Newswire — Overlooked by the NFL draft, cut in training camp by the Green Bay Packers, and thwarted by a venomous spider bite when trying out for the Chicago Bears, Arizona ...

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