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5 Big Questions Every Graduate Should Ask

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When I graduated from college, I felt overwhelmed with questions. “What am I going to do for work?” “Where am I going to live?” “How am I going to pay rent, all ...

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2018 Christian High School Graduates Announced

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Metro Voice is proud to honor the graduates of Christian high schools across the Kansas City metropolitan area. BLUE RIDGE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Hannah Andrews Stephen Bahm McKayla Chastain Mai Dang Seohyoung Lim ...

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Turning the Tide on American Violence

Are you becoming increasingly concerned about your child’s safety at school?  Has your church begun discussions on providing security during worship services?  Have you had some uneasiness while at public gatherings, wondering ...

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Eat some Chick-fil-A and help kids in school

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Area residents will have a unique opportunity to help children in Kansas City area school districts that need assistance. Spirit Day for Caring for kids happens this Thursday, April 5 from 6:30 ...

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Proposed law allows 5-year-olds to select their own race, gender

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“All students enrolled in a Delaware public school may self-identify gender or race,” a proposed Deleware state regulation states. Children as young as five would be permitted to choose their own race ...

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4 ways to raise discerning children in an entertainment-crazed culture

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It never was a good idea to let children watch television without some parental input or supervision, but more and more, it’s becoming a downright bad one. The series Andi Mack in ...

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Spectacular Museum Of the Bible Opens This Month

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Nov. 17 grand opening of museum to be a ‘celebration’ of scripture.   When visitors to Washington, D.C., tour the capital’s historic museums and monuments in the future, they’ll have more than just American ...

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Tacket hopes to change minds with ‘Is Genesis History?’

Del Tackett knows he can’t convince everyone that the events described in Genesis are literally true. But he does hope that naysayers who watch his new documentary — Is Genesis History? — ...

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Sharing Your Faith Made Easy

July 21st conference set to reinvigorate the Great Commission and give believers tools for sharing their faith. Many Christians struggle with the commandment to go out and evangelize the world, but they ...

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Christians unite to promote purity in a difficult culture

Catholics and Protestants come together to host purity conference in Kansas City. The 11th Men of Valor, Women of Virtue Conference, Living a Pure Life in an Impure World, brings in national ...

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Area Christian Schools Attend Open Houses This Week

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Private Christian schools from across the Kansas City area will join together for three different K-12 Open House evenings in each area of the metro. The events will be on these dates: ...

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Kansas Christian College Advances to Initial Accreditation

Kansas Christian College (KCC) announced this week the school had reached a new level of accreditation with the Association for Biblical Higher Education. The announcement comes after nearly a decade of work, ...

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Heavy hitters to speak at Unshakeable Truth Worldview Conference

On October 15-16, hundreds of people will gather in Lebanon, Mo. for the Unshakeable Truth Worldview Conference. The conference, hosted by Heritage Baptist Church, will feature Christian leaders and scholars from across ...

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Noah’s Ark explorer to share exciting story

For thousands of years, the story of Noah’s Ark has been told with the views of people ranging from belief, curiosity and cynicism. Virtually every civilization has a version of the flood ...

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Kansas Christian College quadruples enrollment in one year

Kansas Christian College is growing and leaders say it’s an answer to prayer and hard work. “We’ve waited a long time for this,” said Chad Pollard, Kansas Christian College’s (KCC) vice president ...

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2016 graduates of Christian high schools announced

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Metro Voice congratulates the 2016 graduates of area Christian High Schools. BLUE RIDGE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Skyler F. Atwood Ross M. Bousema Tyler S. Cumberland Jessi  A. Donahoo Ryan P. Hudson Madeline R. Huffman ...

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Kansas City Day of Remembrance May 1

Metro Voice is pleased to help bring the Day of Remembrance and March of Remembrance to Kansas City on May 1. The purpose of this event is to honor Holocaust survivors and ...

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MU Athlete Actions Lead to Legislation

A Republican lawmaker in the Missouri house of representatives has proposed a bill that aims to strip scholarships from college athletes (including MU athletes) who refuse to play for non-health related issues. The bill ...

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College is Not a Daycare

Christian university president tells students that College is not a daycare. This past week, I actually had a student come forward after a university chapel service and complain because he felt “victimized” ...

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Conservatives Rally Around Bisexual Professor

A tenured California professor engulfed in controversy surrounding his advocacy of traditional marriage is still awaiting a final sentence from his university after being found guilty of retaliation against a student last ...

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Missouri Common Core Suffers Defeat in Court

Missouri Court of Appeals dismisses Governor Nixon’s appeal, leaves in place trial court judgment enjoining Missouri from paying fees to Smarter Balanced Assessment Consortium for Missouri Common Core efforts. On September 17, ...

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Chicago Schools: No Boys in Girls Locker Rooms

  A united Chicago school board is fighting an order from the U.S. Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights (OCR) to allow a transgender student full access to the high school ...

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High school coach banned from praying says he will continue anyway

BREMENTON, Wash. — A high school coach banned from praying announced he will continue to pray personally after football games despite a school district ordering him to stop or face possible termination. ...

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Kansas City to Host Holocaust Remembrance

Kansas City has become the 58th American City to join a worldwide Holocaust Remembrance and commenoration planned for May 2016. An additional 50 cities around the world are also organizing similar commemorations. Regional ...

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The Value of Sleep

As the days begin to get shorter heading into the second half of the year, I would like to highlight the importance and value of sleep. It’s easy to stay up late ...

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