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“Christianity Today” editor who criticized Trump sexually harassed coworkers, magazine says

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The former editor of “Christianity Today” once criticized the character of former President Donald Trump. Now the magazine said it failed to hold Mark Galli and former advertising director Olatokunbo Olawoye accountable ...

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Liberal pundit accuses Sen. Josh Hawley of trying to get Supreme Court nominee killed

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A liberal journalist has accused Missouri Republican Sen. Josh Hawley of trying to get President Joe Biden’s Supreme Court nominee killed. Elie Mystal, correspondent for “The Nation” and a Demand Justice board ...

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Clarence Thomas decries impact of cancel culture on college campuses

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Cancel culture is taking a heavy toll on college campuses, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas said in a speech last week. “If you can’t do it on a university campus, where ...

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Missouri celebrates contributions of farmers and ranchers during National Agriculture Week

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With less than 2 percent of Americans producing the nation’s food and fiber, it is easy to overlook how important agriculture is to Missouri’s economy. It has a statewide economic impact of $93.7 ...

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Why is Florida’s new railroad 5% the cost of California’s?

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Florida is an example of how a railroad should be built but will the private endeavor convince politicians who are used to spending money? When the Federal Government ordered the construction of ...

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Florida governor sets record straight on bill regarding gender issue in schools

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The media and opponents continue to misconstrue the new Florida bill regarding gender issues. “Critics call it the Don’t Say Gay bill,” said a reporter to Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis. “Does it say ...

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Child Evangelism Fellowship on the ground In Ukraine with help for refugee children

Child Evangelism Fellowship

Children may be the forgotten victims of the ongoing war in Ukraine. All but 12 of 69 Child Evangelism Fellowship workers have remained to help. Half are sheltering in place, and the ...

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Churches in Jefferson City and elsewhere giving away free gas to help those in need

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Churches across the nation are helping those less fortunate by providing free gas as prices soar. The Missouri Western Second Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction Evangelism Department of the Church of God in Christ raised ...

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Republicans call on Greitens to drop out of Senate race in wake of abuse allegations

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Fellow Republicans are calling on Eric Greitens to withdraw from the U.S. Senate race following allegations that he was physically abusive to his former wife and children. “If you hit a woman ...

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Twitter suspends The Babylon Bee for joking about transgender bureaucrat

The Babylon Bee

Twitter suspended the account of The Babylon Bee last weekend for what it deemed hateful conduct. The action came after the website posted a satirical story jokingly naming Rachel Levine, Health and ...

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Actor Mark Wahlberg sees himself in title character of new faith-based film

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Moviegoers know Mark Wahlberg best for such action movies as “The Departed.” However, he also is a man of faith, which he will display in the upcoming film “Father Stu.” “These movies ...

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Sen. Josh Hawley voices concerns as Supreme Court confirmation hearings begin

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The U.S. Senate on Monday will begin Supreme Court confirmation hearings for Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson. With Democrats in narrow control of the Senate and Jackson receiving three Republican votes in the past for her confirmation ...

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Drivers stick it to high gas prices with gas pump stickers blaming Biden

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Drivers across the country have found a creative way to tell President Biden what they think of soaring gas prices. Decals of a finger-pointing Biden, with the words “I did that!” in ...

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Southern Baptists launch own version of popular online game Wordle to promote annual meeting

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The Southern Baptist Convention has launched its own daily word game following the overnight success of Wordle. “We’re always looking for unique ways to promote engagement around the annual meeting,” Jonathan Howe, ...

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“The Bible Answer Man” Hank Hanegraaff disputes prophetic link to Ukrainian war

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Some Christian leaders see the Russian invasion of Ukraine as fulfillment of biblical prophecy. Hank Hanegraaff, also known as the “Bible Answer Man,” disagrees. Ezekiel is about the “prince of Rosh” coming ...

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Spanish-language ad campaign targets pro-abortion Democratic senators

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Another group is targeting pro-abortion Catholic politicians in this fall’s midterm elections. CatholicVote is launching a digital ad campaign urging Hispanic voters to challenge pro-abortion Catholic senators in Arizona and Nevada over ...

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Former Vice President Pence, wife visit Ukraine with Samaritan’s Purse

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Former Vice President Mike Pence and his wife, Karen, traveled to Ukraine last week to lend their support and encourage refugees. They visited the Ukraine-Poland border, where Christian humanitarian aid organization Samaritan’s ...

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Gage Park mini-train and carousel open for Spring Break week

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A sure sign of spring is the opening of Topeka’s Gage Park mini-train and carousel. The two classic attractions opened March 13 and will be open daily through Spring Break week. They ...

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Dave Says – Work first, play later

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Need some financial advice? Debt and income crisis? Pay off the house mortgage first? Check cashing? Taxes? Credit Cards? Check out what folks are asking Dave Ramsey. Work first, play later Dear Dave, ...

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Set your clocks to ‘spring forward’ for Daylight Saving Time

Daylight Saving Time

If you’re looking forward to more daylight in the evenings, this will be good news. If you enjoy sleeping, not so much. Daylight Saving Time officially begins at 2 a.m. Sunday for ...

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Retirement: The 401(k) / IRA IQ Quiz

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When it comes to giving during retirement, there is one place that many are likely giving far more than they should: the Internal Revenue Service. As we’ve pointed out in previous articles ...

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Social Security and OIG to hold National Slam the Scam Day today

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The Social Security Administration and the Office of the Inspector General (OIG) are partnering to raise public awareness about Social Security imposter scams during the third annual “Slam the Scam” Day on ...

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Kansas Prayer Breakfast moves to new venue

Prayer Breakfast

The Kansas Prayer Breakfast is back with an in-person event featuring statewide leaders in government, business, education and industry on hand – but this year at a new venue.  Now held at ...

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How to know what the truth is, and what is the right thing to do

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How do we know information that we are reading, watching, listening to or being told is accurate and the truth?  Maybe we will say, “Because it comes from my mom,” “It sounds ...

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Truckers I-70 Corridor Freedom Convoy passes through Topeka & KC today

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The American version of Canada’s truck convoy includes routes from all over the country converging on Washington D.C. One of those routes, called American Freedom Convoy, has departed from Aurora, Colorado and ...

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