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Christians will decide the election, either by voting or not

As I sit down to write my monthly letter this morning, many important topics are running through my mind. Only one, however, rises to the top. Powerful social movements and passions are ...

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LIFE LESSONS FROM A LITTLE ONE – Being Ready

There we were, chatting happily as we drove down Topeka’s main street. The birds were chirping, the sun was shining, couples strolled hand-in-hand down the sidewalk while others sipped lattes on the ...

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Even with concerns Kansans will support Watkins for Congress

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In part two of our Voter Guide series Metro Voice again looks at Kansas elections and carptebaggers. In this article we investigate Steve Watkins running for the 2nd District Congressional seat and what ...

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Why Steve West must not win the 15th District

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We’ve all seen the ballots where a candidate has none or weak opposition in a political race. Missouri as well as Clay County’s Republican leadership failed their Missouri voters in general and Republican ...

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Can art prepare you for suffering?

The problem of evil has long been a challenge to Christians. How could an all-loving, all-powerful God allow pain and suffering in his good creation? The question never remains theoretical, of course. ...

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What the media is hiding about murdered Jamal Khashoggi

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In high school, Jamal Khashoggi had a good friend. His name was Osama bin Laden. “We were hoping to establish an Islamic state anywhere,” Khashoggi reminisced about their time together in the ...

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Has the Kavanaugh Battle Vindicated Trump Voters?

Democrats’ willingness to go low demonstrates why so many Republicans believed they needed someone who would fight dirty. There were many points of contention that divided Donald Trump voters from other Republicans ...

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Gaining freedom from alcohol

In the rural ministry God has given me, I see the negative effects of alcohol on a regular basis.  Most of the time the problem is with men and they either admit ...

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Christians are the swing voters on Nov. 6

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Both the right and the left are desperately trying to mobilize their bases and appeal to key swing voting blocks. But there’s a reality few in politics have fully recognized and accepted: ...

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LIFE LESSONS FROM A LITTLE ONE – “Even when it hurts”

I think back to my childhood and sadly recall those I treated less-than-kindly growing up. As I’ve grown in my walk with the Lord, He’s given me the ability to go back ...

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Brett Kavanaugh’s letter to the American people

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In an open letter scheduled to be printed in tomorrow’s edition of the Wall Street Journal, Judge Brett Kavanaugh speaks directly to the American people. The letter covers the allegations and his ...

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FROM THE CHEAPSEATS: Is Mahomes the Real Deal?

I have to admit, I did not see this coming.  They said that Patrick Mahomes was the real deal but I refused to believe it. Was it the fact that I thought ...

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Media plays fast and loose with released statement

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Leland Keyser, a high school friend whom Dr. Christine Blasey Ford publicly named as a witness, again refuted that she does not know Brett Kavanaugh in a letter released Saturday. You might ...

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Niece of MLK Jr. pens defense of Judge Kavanaugh

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Congressional Opponents and some of their allies in the media have adopted an unprecedented standard of guilty until proven innocent to use thin and unsubstantiated claims to smear Supreme Court nominee Judge ...

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Unfunny Jimmy Kimmel wants Kavanaugh castrated

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Jimmy Kimmel’s political ad for liberalism, commonly known as late night comedy, stooped to a new low Monday night. Kimmel suggested that his “compromise” to the battle of Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court ...

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