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Festival of Lights tells the story of “The Greatest Gift” at Gary’s Berries Christmas celebration

Christmas

Christmas is often a time where families come together to celebrate their love for one-another, creating memories by taking family pictures, enjoying traditions like watching Christmas movies or listening to carols…and of ...

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Small Steps Open Doors to Adoption: KVC Kansas Facilitates 60 Children’s Adoptions During National Adoption Month

Adoption

There are approximately 113,589 children and teens in foster care in the U.S. who need loving, permanent forever families, as reported by the Adoption and Foster Care Analysis and Reporting System (AFCARS). That number ...

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Drop-off sites to open for Operation Christmas Child

Operation Christmas Child

More than 4,500 locations will open to collect Operation Christmas Child shoebox gifts for the Samaritan’s Purse project. Volunteers are preparing to collect shoebox gifts during National Collection Week, Nov. 14 – ...

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Kobach makes comeback as Kansas Attorney General; Governor race still up in the air

kobach

Republican Kris Kobach made a political comeback to claim a win in the Kansas Attorney General race, besting Democrat Chris Mann by a margin of 51-49%, according to unofficial results from the ...

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How should you vote? Let me tell you……

vote

Why should you care what I think about the election and who to vote for? Maybe you shouldn’t…..then again, maybe you haven’t had time to do your own research, and you know I’m ...

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C5 will host Veteran-themed luncheon at National Guard Museum

C5

The November C5 “POWER” Luncheon will be held on Nov. 10, 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the National Guard Museum, 125 SE Airport Dr., at Forbes Field. CH (CPT) Travis Forde, ...

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Two constitutional amendments on the Kansas ballot for 2022

constitutional amendments

On Tuesday, November 8, Kansas voters will weigh in on two proposed constitutional amendments, as well as determine a number of major state and federal offices, from U.S. Senator and governor to ...

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Conservative candidates rally at the Kansas State Capitol

Attorney General candidate Kris Kobach

Conservative candidates held a rally at the State Capitol in Topeka on October 22 to elaborate on their values and beliefs about small government. Todd Staerkel, candidate for House of Representatives in ...

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Seminary president cautions Christian schools to recruit families aligned with their values

Christian schools

Christian schools must seek families that share their beliefs, seminary president Albert Mohler said. He cited a “Wall Street Journal” column written by a father who sent his daughter to a Portland, ...

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Israel’s Benjamin Netanyahu shares his insights in new book “Bibi: My Story”

Netanyahu

Benjamin Netanyahu, the longest-serving prime minister in Israeli history, has had a significant impact not only on his own nation but the world. The new book “Bibi: My Story” recounts his remarkable ...

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Missouri moves $500 million in retirement funds from BlackRock because of company’s woke agenda

BlackRock

Missouri on Tuesday became the latest state to pull its investments from BlackRock because of the company’s environmental and social priorities. The Missouri State Employees’ Retirement System sold $500 million in public ...

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Actor Kirk Cameron encourages Christians to help create culture of life at Vitae Foundation Kansas City event

Kirk Cameron

Americans concerned that the nation is on the wrong track can look back to the Pilgrims for guidance, actor Kirk Cameron says. “They wrote the Mayflower Compact, which became the seed for ...

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More pastors encouraging churches to use Halloween as opportunity to engage with others

trick Halloween approaches

Each year at this time, many Christians wrestle with whether and how to celebrate Halloween. More than seven in 10 pastors encourage church members to invite friends or neighbors to church events ...

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Rock music can glorify God, John Cooper of band Skillet says

Skillet

There is no conflict between Christian faith and rock music, said John Cooper of the Christian band Skillet. “I really don’t want to use scripture cavalierly, but I will throw some scriptures ...

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Former teacher sues California employer over being terminated over same-sex reading requirement

teacher

A teacher who was terminated for refusing to read books about same-sex couples to students has sued a California childcare provider. Nella Parisenkova, who is being represented by the Thomas More Society, ...

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Missouri attorney general joins investigation of six woke banks

banks

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt has joined 18 other state attorneys general to investigate six major banks involved with the environment, social and governance investing movement. Kansas is also one of the ...

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Proposed constitutional amendment would protect parental rights

Parental rights

Parental rights came to the forefront during the pandemic and are expected to play a significant role in the upcoming midterm elections. Earlier this week, Rep. Debbie Lesko, R-Ariz., introduced a constitutional ...

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Station 9 ¾ promises a weekend of fun and fantasy at Great Overland Station

Great Overland Station

Station 9 ¾ promises a weekend of magical fantasy and fun Oct. 22-23 at Great Overland Station. The festival runs 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. both days. Patrons are encouraged to imagine ...

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Topeka Rescue Mission to hold ribbon cutting for memorial park dedication

Topeka Rescue Mission memorial park

Topeka Rescue Mission is opening a new outdoor memorial park on October 21st, 2022 at 10:30am. The Park will be dedicated in honor of two former staff members, Mike Shinkle & Steve ...

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Proposal would require Missouri libraries to monitor age appropriateness of materials

libraries

Missouri Secretary of State Jay Ashcroft on Monday proposed a rule that would require libraries receiving state funds to determine what material is age appropriate and restrict minors from accessing some books. ...

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Woman planning to have abortion changes mind after watching “Lifemark”

lifemark

Actor Kirk Cameron, who will be speaking in Overland Park on Friday evening, said his pro-life film “Lifemark” has saved at least one life. “As a member of the family of faith, ...

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Christians, Muslims unite to protest woke agenda in Detroit-area schools

sexually explicit muslims woke agenda

Christians and Muslims have vastly different religious beliefs, but they agree that public schools should not be indoctrinating students with a woke agenda. Christians concerned with sexually explicit materials in Dearborn (Mich.) ...

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Lily Endowment announces grants to groups that help parents share their faith with children

Lily Endowment

Organizations that help parents share their Christian faith and values with their children are invited to apply for grants from the Lily Endowment. The endowment will make available grants of up to ...

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Commentator Dennis Prager shares seven life lessons from book of Deuteronomy

Dennis Prager life lessons

The book of Deuteronomy provides a roadmap of life lessons showing how to be a good person, radio host Dennis Prager said. “There is a word for the study of goodness and ...

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Late actress Angela Lansbury left words of wisdom about life and work

Angela Lansbury

Beloved actress Angela Lansbury died earlier this week at age 96.  She left behind not only a tremendous body of work in film, television and stage but words of wisdom and inspiration. ...

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