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KCK Mayor: Religious Freedom Equals Confederate Flag

The mayor of Kansas City, Kan. this week attacked Christians who support religious freedom as the “Confederate flag of religious bigotry”. Mayor Mark Holland, speaking at the National Council of La Raza’s ...

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MNU Gets Top Ranking

MidAmerica Nazarene University has been named number one in Kansas among public and private colleges and universities in Money magazine’s “Money’s Best Colleges 2015-2016” rankings. MNU came in number four in Missouri ...

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KCCBS Now Kansas Christian College

KCCBS has become Kansas Christian College and begins offering online degree programs.   After more than 75 years of operation, Kansas City College and Bible School (KCCBS) announced that it will officially become ...

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Pastor Appreciation Winner Announced

Metro Voice honors Pastor Carroll C. McCarroll of Heart of America Christian Fellowship By Dwight Widaman | Editor Pastors are often under appreciated these days. That’s why, during Pastor Appreciation Month in ...

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Election Voter Guides for Missouri & Kansas

The mid-term elections are Tuesday, Nov. 4. Educate yourself on the candidates and issues before you go to the polls. In previous years Metro Voice has provided extensive non-partisan election voter guides ...

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Writers Conference Will Inspire and Sharpen Skills

Annual Conference is Nov. 6-8 in Kansas City by Zeta Davidson   The Heart of America Christian Writers network and writers conference may be just the organization for which you have been ...

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Focus on the Family Wait No More Adoption Event Nov. 1

Kansas and Missouri Kids Cry Out for Families. Focus on the Family Wait No More Event Will Help on Nov. 1 By Staff   “When, God?” the Smiths wanted to know. “When ...

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October is Pastor Appreciation Month! Check Out Our Contest!

Write a letter, win your pastor a vacation! October is National Pastor Appreciation month and Metro Voice wants to honor pastors for their tireless work. In First Timothy it says, “The elders ...

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Moses Tabernacle to Visit KC Area Starting Sept. 26

The Tabernacle Experience, an authentic replica of Moses Tabernacle to be in Platte City By Dwight Widaman | The Tabernacle Experience is coming to the Kansas City area. Over 100,000 guests have ...

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Friday River of Refuge Gala to Benefit Area Homeless

Local families living in pay-by-the-week motels to benefit from annual gala set for Saturday, Sept. 13 KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas Citians are invited to Raise the Roof to help put safe ...

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Is Your Ice Bucket Challenge Helping Ethical Research?

University of Kansas Offers Alternative That Does Not Use Aborted Babies   Dr. David Prentice |   You’ve probably heard of it by now, the Ice Bucket Challenge. Those challenged are supposed ...

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More Than Just a Soup Kitchen

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City Union Mission Celebrates 90 Years By Debbie Freeman   Photographers from City Union Mission’s early years often captured long lines of men waiting for a meal, a scene typical of a ...

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Churches Spearhead Ferguson Cleanup

By Tobin Perry   FERGUSON, Mo. —When The Passage Church, on the border of the St. Louis suburbs of Florissant and Ferguson, partnered with local church plants to initiate a Ferguson cleanup ...

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Top Spin Studio Opens to Serve Artists

Christian performers all over the Kansas City area have long awaited the day when audio engineer Michael “Top Spin” Tosspon would open his own recording studio. Well, wait no longer — that ...

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Innovation Summit Challenges Believers to Think Outside Box

The public is invited to learn how to develop innovative and creative applications for the workplace at the 2014 Joseph Company Innovation Summit, Aug. 14–16 at the multi-purpose room in Joseph Company ...

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Exodus Cry to Hold Sex Trafficking Abolition Summit

Aug. 6 conference will draw pastors, volunteers, legislators and law enforcement from around the world By Dwight Widaman |   Outside the seedy motel turned brothel, pimps bark orders to the women ...

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Former All-Star Sweeney Excited About Spreading Gospel at the K

Faith & Family Night July 26 by Alan Goforth | Mike Sweeney was a four-time All-Star and earned tens of millions of dollars while playing for the Kansas City Royals. But like ...

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Most Popular Internet Searches by State

By Dwight Widaman | The game is over Kansas and Missouri! We’ve been looking at your most popular Internet searches, and the results are funny and alarming! We were helped with the ...

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KC Area 2014 Christian School Graduates

Metro Voice, working with area Christian schools, is pleased to provide this public recognition of area 2014 Christian high school graduates. To see the schools who sponsored these special pages in the ...

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The Bible Comes Alive in Springfield’s Passages Exhibit

Passages Exhibit Combines Rare Biblical Texts and Artifacts in Interactive Settings with Hands–On, Family–Friendly Fun SPRINGFIELD, MO.—Inviting people to engage with the Bible, the Green family, founders of national arts-­‐and-­‐crafts retailer Hobby ...

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KC Christian Rappers to Host Free Solution Muzik Tour

As a husband, father and full-time education student at University of Central Missouri, one would think that Wesley “Undergrad” Forte has little time to make music, let alone put together a tour. ...

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Bishop Birmingham Offering Hope One Hood at a Time

Public Invited to Here’s Hope: Jesus in the Hood Evangelism Event By Kharissa Forte | Metro Voice It was the 90s. Bishop John Birmingham was far removed from his life of lust ...

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US Supreme Court Affirms Americans Are Free to Pray in Public Meetings

Town of Greece v. Galloway

CHRISTIAN NEWS SERVICE — In a 5-4 decision, the U.S. Supreme Court Monday affirmed the freedom of Americans to pray according to their own beliefs at public meetings in the landmark religious ...

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Leawood Hy-Vee Feels Forced Out of Community

Kharissa Forte | On June 1, after 25-years of service, the helpful smiles found in every aisle will disappear from the Leawood area as Hy-Vee on 122nd and State Line will close ...

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Shooter Kills Three at Kansas City’s Jewish Community Center

Shooter Kills Three. Two were not Jewish. By Dwight Widaman | As a performance of “To Kill a Mockingbird” was to begin this afternoon at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Kansas ...

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