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‘401(k) plan owners: Watch out’

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Imagine how you would feel if you were on a sinking cruise ship and couldn’t get off because there weren’t any life jackets or backup boats. Now ask yourself, if you were ...

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FROM THE CHEAP SEATS – What can we learn from watching Olympic games?

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I’ve been trying to watch the Olympic games every night when I can. So far, it’s been quite entertaining. My daughter and I watched the USA men’s volleyball team play. She plays ...

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In California, gender ‘equity’ means free menstrual products…for men

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California legislators are pushing through a bill requiring community colleges, state universities, middle and high schools to provide free menstrual products for men. The legislation mandates the products be free and offered ...

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Census data point to rebound in number of two-parent families

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The traditional two-parent family is making a comeback, according to data from the U.S. Census Bureau. In the mid-2000’s, only about two-thirds of families included both mother and father in the home, ...

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders encourages Christians to prayerfully consider COVID-19 vaccinations

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Sarah Huckabee Sanders, former press secretary to President Trump and current gubernatorial candidate in Arkansas, said she was vaccinated against COVID-19 and encourages others to consider doing the same. In an op-ed ...

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Kathie Lee Gifford, Rabbi Jason Sobel offer free Bible lessons from Israel

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TV personality Kathie Lee Gifford is joining with messianic rabbi Jason Sobel to offer free Bible lessons that were recorded on location in Israel. “If we want to understand what Jesus’ life ...

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National Churchill Museum in Fulton reopens after pandemic

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Area families looking for a getaway before school starts have a new option. The National Churchill Museum in Fulton, Mo., is reopening this weekend after being closed during the pandemic. The museum ...

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U.S. Olympic softball team praises God instead of protesting flag

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Although Olympic athletes who protest their country often get the attention, the U.S. softball team put God first after winning the silver medal. Outfielder Janie Reed said she puts her faith first ...

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More Americans prefer Congress investigate BLM vs January 6 riot

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Although the U.S. House is investigating the riots of January 6, most Americans would rather have it look into last summer’s deadly Black Lives Matter protests across the nation. Two out of ...

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Charitable giving hit record high in 2020

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A report on American philanthropy released this week revealed that charitable giving in the U.S. reached record levels last year — in spite of an economy that saw paychecks slashed and unemployment ...

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Effort seeks to cover Japan in prayer during Olympics

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Christian organizations around the world are partnering to cover Japan with 1 million hours of prayer during the 30 days of the 2021 Olympic and Paralympic games. “Japan1Million,” a movement started by ...

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Ministry uses social media to reach young adults with Gospel message

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Is it possible to break through the social media clutter with a Gospel message of life in Christ? Groundwire is an evangelism ministry that works to reach youth and young adults with ...

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Kansas City announces mask mandate as St. Louis County Council rescinds its order

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The mask mandate in Kansas City, Mo., is back, Mayor Quinton Lucas announced on Tuesday. The mandate will require masks in public indoor spaces where social distancing cannot be maintained,. It goes ...

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Life Expectancy Saw Biggest Drop Since World War II in 2020

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We just got some bad, if not very surprising, news. Newly released Centers for Disease Control data show that life expectancy fell significantly in 2020. And, no, not just because of COVID-19. ...

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Coast Guard returns 27 Cubans fleeing dictatorship

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The Biden administration is being roundly criticized for sending 27 Cubans fleeing Communism back to the Island dictatorship. The news comes as over 350,000 other migrants from around the world are being housed ...

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New grants to protect children against crime in Missouri

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Missouri Gov. Mike Parson this week announced $4 million in new grant opportunities to combat crime against children and provide additional funding to agencies that provide services to crime victims. “The last ...

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Israeli Olympian Judo star snubbed by Muslim opponents

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Tohar Butbul could only shake his head in resignation after the Israeli judo star’s first two potential opponents dropped out of the Tokyo Olympics shortly before they would have faced him. “These ...

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Missouri State Fair showcases $8 million facility improvements

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Visitors to the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia next month will enjoy about $8 million in improvements to the grounds. This includes campground improvements, brick horse barn upgrades and major renovations at ...

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A look at the housing supply and what it means for you

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One of the hottest topics of conversation in today’s real estate market is the shortage of available homes. Simply put, the current housing supply reveals there are many more potential buyers than there ...

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Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kan. returns for 49th year

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The popular Walnut Valley Festival in Winfield, Kan. will take place Sept. 15-19 with organizers releasing talent line-up. This year’s event will be the 49th annual and the public, eager for a ...

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Family Research Council launches website to track taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood

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The Family Research Council has launched a new tracking website called “America’s Direct Deposit to Planned Parenthood” that shows taxpayer funding and abortion data since 1994. This new analysis combines information from ...

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Ann Graham Lotz seeks prayer for son in ICU with COVID-19

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Jonathan Lotz, son of Billy Graham’s daughter Anne Graham Lotz, is hospitalized in critical condition with COVID-19. She asked for prayers. “Fifty years ago I could hold my son in my arms,” ...

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Kansas City school district teaches critical race theory and 1619 Project

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Kansas City is the only school district in Missouri that reported using a curriculum that both teaches lessons about critical race theory and includes the 1619 Project, a recent survey found. Two ...

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Missouri attorney general to sue St. Louis over new mask mandate

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Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt plans to file a lawsuit to stop the return of mask mandates in St. Louis City and County “The citizens of St. Louis and St. Louis County ...

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Christian girl forced to convert, work as slave by Pakistani doctor

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A 13-year-old Christian girl was forced to convert to Islam to allow her to work in the family kitchen of a Muslim doctor in Pakistan. It is one of many continuing cases ...

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