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Lee’s Summit Family in Trouble Over Purple Swing Set

A Lee’s Summit mom said Friday her homeowners association is threatening her with jail all because her children’s backyard swing set was painted purple—more than two years ago. Marla Stout says the homeowners ...

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“Throwed Rolls” Causes Food Fight

An iconic Southern Missouri Restaurant is under fire–over tossed food. If you’ve ever driven through the Ozarks you can’t miss one restaurant’s signs, menu, advertising and local lore clearly stating it is “The Home of ...

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KCK Mayor: Religious Freedom Equals Confederate Flag

The mayor of Kansas City, Kan. this week attacked Christians who support religious freedom as the “Confederate flag of religious bigotry”. Mayor Mark Holland, speaking at the National Council of La Raza’s ...

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MNU Gets Top Ranking

MidAmerica Nazarene University has been named number one in Kansas among public and private colleges and universities in Money magazine’s “Money’s Best Colleges 2015-2016” rankings. MNU came in number four in Missouri ...

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KCCBS Now Kansas Christian College

KCCBS has become Kansas Christian College and begins offering online degree programs.   After more than 75 years of operation, Kansas City College and Bible School (KCCBS) announced that it will officially become ...

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Brownback moves to protect pastors

Kansas Gov. Sam Brownback has issued an executive order protecting clergy and churches from lawsuits over their refusal to participate in same-sex marriages. “We have a duty to govern and to govern in ...

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Living Waters Canoe Ministry Makes a Splash

Canoeing Popular With Families and Church Groups. With snow on the ground in January, it’s hard to imagine why eight Christian men would want to canoe a clear Ozark river. The temperature ...

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Can Exodus Cry End Sex Slavery in Our Time?

Modern-day slavery is a global epidemic. Every year, millions of women and girls are exploited in the commercial sex industry. This August, a new generation of abolitionists is being called to take ...

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3,000 Mile Ride2Freedom to Stop in KC

A group of 30 youths from 13 countries on five continents will stop in Kansas City on their 3,300-mile bicycle journey across the United States. Their mission: to call attention to plight ...

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Fan Drive Helps Others Survive Heat

Westlake Hardware partners with Salvation Army to bring summer relief to areas disadvantaged. We knew it couldn’t last. The cool, wet spring abruptly came to an end last week as heat surged ...

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Looking Beyond Wins & Losses

Kansas City Royals Manager Dayton Moore on Faith and the Game The best hitters in Major League Baseball fail two-thirds of the time. This year’s World Series champion likely will lose 60 ...

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Life Inspires Lyrics for Grandeur Band

Hailing from Blue Springs, the band Grandeur has been flying under the radar for a while, writing a collection of praise and rock with a focus on the Lord. As mentioned last ...

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Tim Tebow’s Mom to Speak May 30

Pam Tebow, mother of Heisman Trophy winner and NFL Quarterback Tim Tebow, will be the guest speaker Saturday, May 30 at 7:00 p.m. at the Ottawa Municipal Auditorium, 301 S. Hickory Street, ...

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10 Speakers in 2 Days That Will Change Your Life

Men from across the region are invited to Kansas City for worship, humor, and challenging messages from an amazing group of pastors, leaders, high achievers – men who have been through the ...

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Kansas Passes Ban on Dismemberment Abortion

By a vote of 98 -26, the Kansas House on March 25 passed landmark pro-life legislation, Senate Bill 95,”The Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act.” Kansans For Life Executive Director Mary Kay ...

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