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Focus on the Family Wait No More Adoption Event Nov. 1

Kansas and Missouri Kids Cry Out for Families. Focus on the Family Wait No More Event Will Help on Nov. 1 By Staff   “When, God?” the Smiths wanted to know. “When ...

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October is Pastor Appreciation Month! Check Out Our Contest!

Write a letter, win your pastor a vacation! October is National Pastor Appreciation month and Metro Voice wants to honor pastors for their tireless work. In First Timothy it says, “The elders ...

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High hopes for Operation Christmas Child this year

Organization wants to increase shoebox collection by 10,755 by Cassie Schenck Each year, Operation Christmas Child delivers millions of gift-filled shoeboxes to children in need who may have nothing to call their ...

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SNA Experience Tour is “life-altering”

Big event hits Kansas City October 7 God is on the move in North America and every follower of Jesus—regardless of age, talent or personality—can play a vital part in what He ...

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Moses Tabernacle to Visit KC Area Starting Sept. 26

The Tabernacle Experience, an authentic replica of Moses Tabernacle to be in Platte City By Dwight Widaman | The Tabernacle Experience is coming to the Kansas City area. Over 100,000 guests have ...

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Friday River of Refuge Gala to Benefit Area Homeless

Local families living in pay-by-the-week motels to benefit from annual gala set for Saturday, Sept. 13 KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas Citians are invited to Raise the Roof to help put safe ...

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Is Your Ice Bucket Challenge Helping Ethical Research?

University of Kansas Offers Alternative That Does Not Use Aborted Babies   Dr. David Prentice |   You’ve probably heard of it by now, the Ice Bucket Challenge. Those challenged are supposed ...

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More Than Just a Soup Kitchen

City Union Mission Celebrates 90 Years By Debbie Freeman   Photographers from City Union Mission’s early years often captured long lines of men waiting for a meal, a scene typical of a ...

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Churches Spearhead Ferguson Cleanup

By Tobin Perry   FERGUSON, Mo. —When The Passage Church, on the border of the St. Louis suburbs of Florissant and Ferguson, partnered with local church plants to initiate a Ferguson cleanup ...

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Top Spin Studio Opens to Serve Artists

Christian performers all over the Kansas City area have long awaited the day when audio engineer Michael “Top Spin” Tosspon would open his own recording studio. Well, wait no longer — that ...

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Innovation Summit Challenges Believers to Think Outside Box

The public is invited to learn how to develop innovative and creative applications for the workplace at the 2014 Joseph Company Innovation Summit, Aug. 14–16 at the multi-purpose room in Joseph Company ...

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Koyotes Kare Foundation helping non-profits raise funds

Koyote clinics work with kids on football and relationship skills There’s more to football than playing football, says Nick Baumgartner, owner of the Kansas Koyotes Indoor Football Team. It involves making a ...

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Salvation Army Fan Drive Helps Needy Beat The Heat

Westlake Ace Hardware to team up with The Salvation Army in Kansas City to raise money for fans. The temperature is on the rise and so is the Salvation Army’s need for ...

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Missouri Amendments Confusing to Many

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By Dwight Widaman   The ads on television, newspapers, radio and the internet are numerous and confusing. Each side in the debates over Tuesday’s Missouri Amendments to the State Constitution sound reasonable. ...

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Passages Exhibit is Thrill Ride of Amazing Journey of God’s Word

New Exhibit in Springfield Explores God’s Word and How it Came to be with Must-See Artifacts and Some of the World’s Oldest Bibles   By Dwight Widaman |   Throughout history, the ...

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