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What would Jesus do about harassment?

SPRINGFIELD, Ill. — Because of sexual harassment, we had to terminate a deacon in a church I once pastored. No one wanted to do it, because he had served for 40 years, ...

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Dave Ramsey Answers: How much house can I afford?

Buying a home can be lots of fun. It’s exciting to see all those years of dreaming come to life in a place you can finally call your own. With so many ...

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Dave Says: Advice from Dave Ramsey

Need some financial advice? Check out what folks are asking Dave Ramsey. Should I quit my job for school? Dear Dave, My wife and I have $72,000 in debt from student loans ...

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How Cheap Rotisserie Chickens Make Billions for Grocers

Eater.com reports that, while extremely inexpensive, rotisserie chickens you find at Costco and Walmart are priced to rake in billions in other sales at their stores. It’s hard to believe, but before ...

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How to cut the cable cord and save money this year

I’m all about saving money. I was raised by parents who never paid full price for anything and valued the “deal” more than the actual item being purchased. When people ask me ...

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Dave Ramsey gives advice on mortgage debt and commodities

What should my mortgage debt to income be? Dear Dave, Do you have a guideline ratio for mortgage debt to income? Levon Dear Levon, When it comes to buying a home, I ...

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Give the Gift of Time: Priceless

Create family memories with your time. by Anita Widaman |   Whether your kids are married, home from college, or home from elementary school, Christmas is the perfect holiday to spend extra ...

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Dave Ramsey shares 5 rules for stocking stuffers

Stocking stuffers at Christmas are kind of like cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving. It’s there every year, but it’s usually an afterthought. It’s the opening band for the big concert. But don’t you ...

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Spectacular Museum Of the Bible Opens This Month

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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How should believers invest for the future?

How to invest: Faith, not fear of N. Korea, should guide both finances and time says Stewardship Capital founder Ron Finke. In a little-heralded news item last month, the Federal Reserve announced ...

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Grandparenting: 6 things to pass on!

Grandparenting.  It’s a great thing.  I’ve got two little grandkids of my own, and we are having a blast.  I remember the moment that the first little one came home.  It was ...

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Israel Tourism Setting Records

Israel continues to be one of the hottest destinations for visitors in the world. This winter is breaking all previous standards as a record number of international visitors visited Israel in January ...

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Senora Kelly honored for exceptional travel service

Senora Kelly, the owner of Paradise Travel Service LLC in Grandview, has been awarded a prestigious honor within the Travel Agent/Agency community. She was presented with the South Central Regional Director of the Year 2016 Crystal Award ...

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Michael Phelps reveals he once considered suicide and how a friend saved him

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“There is a power greater than myself and there is a purpose for me on this planet” Michael Phelps is a household name for Team USA, one many Americans associate with hard ...

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Regional festivals help you celebrate the goodness of America

As people anticipate cooler temperatures, one activity that will finally bring them back out of the house as summer ends are the numerous festivals that celebrate America. You’ll have plenty to choose ...

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Great American Family Campout is July 30 & 31 in Shawnee Mission Park

What could be better than a family campout right here in Johnson County? Come join us for the ninth annual Great American Family Campout and enjoy a rare opportunity to sleep under ...

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Metro area packed with summer activities for the entire family

Summer vacation doesn’t mean families have to plan spectacular trips to the beach or a grand tour of roller coasters. Families can plan spectacular summer breaks right here at home with the ...

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Free parking at KCI Airport

Traveling out of Kansas City International Airport for 3 days or more? Use this valuable coupon for 1 FREE DAY of Economy Parking when you park for 3 days (or more) at KCI. Just ...

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Take the stress out of travel security lines

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Lately, the lines have been long at some airports and stress levels have been really high. Well, there are some ways to help make the process of making it through travel security ...

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Royals’ Ben Zobrist shares his faith on the field

Ben Zobrist has proven his value on the baseball field to the Kansas City Royals. In Game 4 of the American League Championship Series, Zobrist homered off Toronto pitcher R.A. Dickey in ...

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Dave Ramsey Talks Christmas Budget

Help in Making Your Christmas Budget.                                                      ...

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Part 5. Israel: Into the Wilderness and Goodbyes

  Our departure from Jerusalem was bittersweet. We had much more to experience as we headed for the wilderness of Ein Gedi passing the caves where the Dead Sea scrolls were found ...

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Part 4: Our Family Trip to Israel: All Roads Lead to Jerusalem

Our Family trip to Israel. Jerusalem–the Holy City. It was a cool night, as late May evenings often are in Jerusalem. Pleasantly warm days with cotton-candy clouds always seemed to lead to clear, ...

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Shakshuka Recipe from Jerusalem

One of the yummiest things we enjoyed in Israel was shakshuka. It is a well-loved Israeli dish popular for both breakfast and supper. It is one of the most savory things you’ll ...

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Part 3: Our Family Trip to Israel

In the Footsteps of Jesus. Nazareth Leaving the Mediterranean coast the next morning, we headed inland toward Jesus’ boyhood hometown. Two millennia ago, Nazareth was a poor farming community of 400 Jews. ...

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