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Facebook reverses decision that censored patriotic song

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The country music group The Wes Cook Band is firing back at Facebook after the social media giant denied their request to use the company’s paid tools to promote their new patriotic ...

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Christian filmmaker chosen to head Disney’s Pixar

Christian filmmaker and animator Pete Docter is now the new Creative Officer of Pixar Animation. Pete Docter will fill the role left by John Lasseter, who left the company over misconduct allegations. ...

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Netflix’s ‘The Toys That Made Us’ tops July’s streaming entries

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One of my best childhood memories involved three correlating things: the Service Merchandise catalog, Star Wars toys, and my Christmas wish list. Each December during the 1980s, I would study the catalog ...

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Michael W. Smith talks grace and love ahead of Faith and Family July 7

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While not officially a stop on his current sell-out tour, Michael W. Smith will headline the 2018 Kansas City Royals Faith and Family event July 7 at Kauffman stadium. Smith will be ...

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Little House on the Prairie controversy has Missouri connection

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When you think of Little House on the Prairie, you normally wouldn’t think of Missouri or racism. Now the legendary author who wrote those books has had her name stripped from a ...

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‘I Can Only Imagine’ continues to break Hollywood records

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If you’re thinking the number one DVD sold in America this week was a superhero blockbuster from the Hollywood mega-movie makers, think again. The hit-film “I Can Only Imagine” is continuing to ...

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Burger King pulls disgusting ad offering free burgers for sex

Burger King is under fire for an ad that encourages women to have sex for money and free burgers. The advertisement promised Russian women a lifetime of free sandwiches and a $47,000 ...

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Here’s 5 family-friendly things worth watching in July

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There was a time I enjoyed watching the news, perusing Twitter, and scanning Facebook. No longer. Those days are long gone due to a culture that has forgotten how to disagree without ...

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Former cable producer starts new kid-friendly venture

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Sick of the programming his former employer continues to make for young viewers, producer Butch Hartman has announced he will launch a 24/7 streaming platform where families will be able to watch ...

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These top pick books can’t be beat for summer reading

Summer has begun and so has the rush to find the perfect books to read. Rachel Campbell is the owner of Beacon Book and Bible in Belton, Mo. She’s compiled a list ...

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Jurassic World revives old plot lines, not just dinosaurs

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Claire Dearing is different now. She’s had a change of heart.  Whereas she used to be all about the business of managing the dinosaurs at the theme park Jurassic World, she’s now ...

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Charles Krauthammer has died after long battle with cancer

Long-time Fox News panelist Charles Krauthammer, a psychiatrist, Pulitzer Prize-winner and bestselling author, died Thursday of Cancer of the small intestine. Krauthammer regularly commented on issues great and small and was one ...

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Joanna Gaines has book-themed baby shower

“Fixer Upper” star Joanna Gaines’ baby boy is on the way, and he’s sure to be immersed in literature from an early age if the HGTV star’s book-themed baby shower is any indication. ...

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Wolverine Hugh Jackman honors dad with post

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Like many others across social media on Father’s Day, actor Hugh Jackman expressed his gratitude for his father with an emotional Instagram post. Jackman has previously opened up about his close relationship ...

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Adoptive father of 6 wows America’s Got Talent judges

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When Michael Ketterer walked on stage to audition for America’s Got Talent, he had no idea what would happen next. The pediatric nurse and part-time worship leader blew the audience away with ...

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In ‘Won’t You be My Neighbor,’ we see why Fred Rogers still matters

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Fred Rogers hated television. When he talks about his first encounter with the still-infant medium, he doesn’t hide his distain: “They were throwing pies at each other,” he says. Over the next several decades, ...

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Owl City celebrates life’s special moments with inspiring new album

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It’s time to come home. That’s the theme on Cinematic, the sixth studio album from electronic music maven Adam Young, aka Owl City. Cinematic is reminiscent of an 80s-themed movie soundtrack, mixing Young’s trademark ...

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Harris Faulkner credits God, military discipline for success

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She’s one of the most recognizable faces on cable news but what you may not know is that Harris Faulkner is a so-called “Army Brat.” She says being raised in a military ...

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Missourian and ‘America’s Got Talent’ winner Neal Boyd dies

Missourian and former “America’s Got Talent” winner Neal E. Boyd died Sunday. He was 42. Scott County, Missouri Coroner Scott Amick says winner died of an array of diseases pertaining to his ...

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New Stars Wars ‘Solo’ takes a turn to the dark side

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“Solo: A Star Wars Story” has a tall order to fill. It makes an attempt to satisfy the differing backstory imaginings of millions of fans, offer the nostalgia that many crave, show ...

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Miss America ditches swimsuits, gowns

Miss America is ditching their swimsuits and evening ball gowns in a move to ‘evolve with the culture.’ The organization announced Tuesday they will “no longer judge contestants based on physical appearance” ...

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Baldknobber movie makes premier in Branson

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If you’ve been to Branson you can’t miss the local Baldknobber lore. A ride through Fire in the Hole at Silver Dollar City is a favorite of anyone who visits the park ...

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Book on archaeological discovery brings Bible to life

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JERUSALEM, Israel – Israel is home to some of the world’s greatest archaeological treasures and scientists often link their direct finds to the Bible. Now you can make those same connections in ...

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‘Thor,’ ‘The Last Jedi’ make their debut on Netflix

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Netflix customers groaned last year when Disney announced it eventually would sever its agreement with the streaming service. But lost in the details was some good news for Netflix movie buffs: The ...

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Televangelist wants to fly in $54 million jet

Jesus was no televangelist. He rode into Jerusalem not on a gilded Roman carriage, but a donkey. It was an act of humility that was characteristic of his ministry on earth. Not ...

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