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Escaping cold, homeless fill shelters overnight

homeless

Frigid temps are pushing more homeless to seek shelter. Area facilities were packed Monday night as temps dipped to 7 degrees in many areas. More than year ago, Kim Clays’ her husband ...

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Autistic boy fails exams, gets encouraging letter from loving teacher

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A teacher has shown there’s a lot more to a person than what a test can show. Her honest and encouraging act of kindness, expressed through her letter to an autistic student ...

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Adoption, Fostering and Life Directory

          ADVICE & AID PREGNANCY CENTERS P.O. Box 7123 Shawnee Mission, KS Ruth Tisdale 913-962-0200 director@adviceandaid.com www.adviceandaid.com               ALLIANCE FOR LIFE 106B ...

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Show-Me Youth Home is that place

SHOWME

Show-Me…There is a Place… In a single, unexpected instance a family can be thrown into a crisis: a car crash that kills both parents, an 80-year old grandma raising her grandchildren suffers ...

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MBCH: Once upon a dream

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Missouri Baptist Children’s Home was founded upon a dream of Mrs. Joseph B. Thompson in 1882. Mrs. Thompson saw a vital need in the rapidly developing city of St. Louis, for a ...

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Conference will address families and the end times

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Many would agree that society is spinning out of control. How does that affect families, communities and the church? Some are asking if families have the tools needed to respond to challenging ...

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‘God Bless the Broken Road’ tackles faith and military

military

Fans of faith-based movies who also have a love for the U.S. military could be a bit busy in the next two months. That’s because three films with military themes are set ...

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Trump ends Obama-era law of separating families at border

President Donald Trump has signed an executive order to bring an end to the Obama-era policy of separating families at the border. Trump signed the order flanked by Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen and ...

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‘Lost in Space’ to Bible Bee Competition lead family-friendly spotlight this month

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Welcome to the new monthly series, “5 Family-Friendly Things.” Each month Metro Voice will spotlight five family-friendly entertainment choices on DVD, streaming or television. How long would it take you to memorize ...

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