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Would you pray for a persecuted believer in North Africa?

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To be a Christian in the Middle East and North Africa usually means you are discriminated against, ridiculed, marginalized, and in many places persecuted–even to the point of death. The believer who ...

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100 caravan migrants kidnapped by traffickers

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Human rights activists reported that 100 or more people who were traveling in the migrant caravan didn’t make it to Mexico City because they were kidnapped by human traffickers. The group climbed ...

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Blue wave disappears as Republicans gain in Senate, oust incumbents

In what could still be considered a stunning defeat, Democrats took control of the House without the “blue wave” that was projected to sweep Republicans from power in state governorships, the Senate ...

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Kansas election becomes urban vs rural

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You can talk all you want about the quality of the candidates, or lack thereof, but one thing is clear looking at the maps of the 2018 midterm election, the battle is ...

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Two Missouri stores among 51 that Lowe’s will close

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As the home improvement chain Lowe’s navigates the future of retail, it has announced that it will close 51 of its stores including two in Missouri. The corporation says the stores are ...

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Bingo and roads ballot measures: How to vote?

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Here is our Metro Voice Editorial Team Information & Recommendations for Ballot Questions for Tuesday, November 6 Elections Amendment 4: “Bingo!” This proposed constitutional amendment would allow expansion of advertising for Bingo. ...

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Kansas City area State Senate and House Election Suggestions

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MISSOURI STATE SENATE   DISTRICT 8 – Lee’s Summit/Blue Springs/Independence/Eastern Jackson County Mike Cierpiot is our choice over his challenger, Hillary Shields. She is a professional paralegal and is also a community ...

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Choices for Missouri U.S. Senate, Congress, State Auditor

Here are our Metro Voice Editorial Team Recommendations for the Tuesday, November 6th Elections U.S. SENATE Josh Hawley is our choice and the only candidate for the Missouri U.S. Senate race endorsed by ...

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Values Voter Bus to stop in Lee’s Summit tonight

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The Values Bus makes a stop in the Kansas City area Nov. 5 in an effort to get out the Christian vote. The bus comes to Lee’s Summit, MO tonight at 5 ...

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The Real Reason They Hate Trump

Every big U.S. election is interesting, but the coming midterms are fascinating for a reason most commentators forget to mention: The Democrats have no issues. The economy is booming and America’s international ...

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How to get your sample ballot for Kansas

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Looking for a sample ballot specific to your city for the Nov. 6, 2018 election? Check out our link below. It’s easy: just put in your address and you’ll see the ballot. ...

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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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Here’s how to get your Missouri Ballot for Nov. 6

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Looking for a sample ballot specific to your city for the Nov. 6, 2018 election? Check out our link below. It’s easy: just put in your address and you’ll see the ballot. ...

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‘No soup for you!’ Health department shuts down homeless outreach

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It wasn’t the Soup Nazi from Seinfeld but it just as well could have been. The Kansas City Health Department is receiving harsh criticism for dumping food that was prepared for the ...

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Medical Marijuana: Amendments 2 & Proposition C

Missourians will go to the polls Tuesday and for the first time, face three ballot questions about medical marijuana. To be clear, none of these questions on the ballot involve recreational use ...

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