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Messianic congregation invites you to the Feast of Tabernacles and the ‘Greatest Day’

The Greatest Day! “On the last greatest day of the Feast (Sukkot – Tabernacles), Yeshua stood and said in a loud voice, “Let anyone who is thirsty come to me and drink.” ...

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Democrats pass law stripping employees of many arbitration rights

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Have Democrats killed arbitration? The House of Representatives just passed a bill that would make it harder and more expensive, even impossible, for Americans to resolve conflicts with their employers. The Forced ...

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Jail – when only a miracle will do

For nearly 10 years I served inmates in our small rural county jail as a minister, and saw over 100 of them come through our Bible studies and annual Christmas outreach.  They ...

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The Bible and Public Schools

The year was 1963. In Abington School District v. Schempp, the Supreme Court doubled down on their previous year’s decision of Engel v. Vitale which banned school-led prayer in public schools. This ...

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Fox News deceives through methodology on impeachment poll

Is Fox News playing with the poll numbers regarding impeachment? A look at the methodology and the samples lends considerable weight to that allegation. The news network released a major story Wednesday ...

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NYC will fine you $250G for saying ‘illegal alien’

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The propaganda, surveillance, and censorship of Big Brother in George Orwell’s novel “1984” has now arrived in New York. The city’s Commission on Human Rights recently released new legal enforcement guidelines that ban the ...

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Anne Graham Lotz on cancer and how God whispered his support

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The Holy Spirit whispered to me from His Word throughout my cancer journey. I do not know how I could have possibly managed all that was involved following the diagnosis without His ...

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Early American history you should know…but probably don’t: Noah Webster

Noah Webster, School Master of the Nation and the Influence of His Faith. When the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776, Noah Webster was a few months shy of his eighteenth ...

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LIFE LESSONS FROM A LITTLE ONE – The Good Guy Always Wins

I can’t stand movies with fighting. But, several years into motherhood, I realize that finding quality kids movies that don’t contain some element of aggression is definitely not the norm.  If I ...

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Time to tell Palestinian Arabs the truth

It’s time for some hard truth for Palestinians. In late August, an innocent teenager, Rina Shnerb, became the latest Israeli to die in a Palestinian terrorist attack. Her father and brother were ...

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Kansas City: Here’s your calling!

Cities, like individuals, have unique attributes, gifts, and callings endowed by the Creator for the purpose of the building up and expansion of God’s Kingdom as a whole. “Worthy are You, our ...

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Kansas City’s James A. Reed and his rise to power

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The list of Kansas City Mayors is a colorful one, with the likes of Gage, Reed, Barnes, Cowherd, and Clever, but none were as colorful as James A Reed. A Pendergast man, ...

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Should we have great expectations in marriages?

I have many occasions in which I am able to see marriages at their worst. What would be more accurate to say is, “I see people at their worst in their marriages.” ...

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Prejudice against Blacks, Hispanics has actually dropped under Trump

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Of all the reasons critics offer for President Donald Trump’s impeachment, the one suggested by Rep. Al Green (D-Texas) is among the most ridiculous. Green argues that Trump’s alleged prejudice serves as ...

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Afghanistan: 48,000 mosques; no churches

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KABUL – That is one way to describe Afghanistan: 48,000 mosques; no churches. Our mental picture of Afghanistan is a country torn by Taliban tribal warfare and a haven of ISIS. That ...

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Supreme Court says “Right to life” means right to abortion

The Kansas Supreme Court’s recent Hodes & Nauser abortion decision, finding the right to abortion in our Kansas constitution, resulted in many changes — some ironic, and others alarming. The court ironically ...

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1619 Project rewrites American history through eyes of identity politics

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Nikole Hannah-Jones recently changed her Twitter background to a picture of the date July 4, 1776, crossed out and replaced with Aug. 20, 1619. She would like your kids to do the same. Hannah-Jones ...

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With Epstein case, public cannot ignore human trafficking

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After the high profile arrest and suicide of billionaire pedophile Jeffrey Epstein, the topic of human trafficking and the egregious perpetual slavery of young girls and boys came to light – if ...

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LIFE LESSONS FROM A LITTLE ONE – Real Prayers

Life lessons. We were out of town visiting family as the adults talked and Zechariah and his cousin played in the other room. I stood in the kitchen, attempting to engage in ...

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Early American History You Should Know…But Probably Don’t: John Adams

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John Adams, the mind of the American Revolution. It was with more than adequate reason that Founding Father Richard Stockton referred to John Adams as “the Atlas of American Independence.” Adams did ...

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What’s happening with my adult children?

Maybe you are a parent with teenagers or adult children that are living destructive lives.  Can you identify with this dad and mom? “Pastor Miller, thanks for coming over on short notice.  ...

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Can the church participate in political debate?

A public debate has started concerning the Kansas Supreme Court, who recently found the right to an abortion in the Kansas State Constitution. Is the church legally restricted from participating in the ...

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FROM THE CHEAP SEATS – Will there be real football in Lawrence?

If you want to see just how bad football has been in Lawrence, just check out last year’s attendance numbers. The Jayhawks had 24,000 folks show up for their season opening loss ...

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Amnesty International gets political over guns

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Amnesty International has issued a “travel advisory” for would-be visitors to the United States, claiming that “rampant gun violence” has “become so prevalent in the United States that it amounts to a human rights ...

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The not-so golden silence of the Nigerian diaspora

In my comfy suburb of Washington, D.C. where I take care of my three beautiful girls, build my web-based media company and live my dream, there are no wild elephants as there ...

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