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Metro Voice Readers share memories of the September 11 attacks and how it changed America

Metro Voice asked our friends and readers to share their memories of the September 11 attacks and the fateful day that changed America. Here are their stories. Click here to read about our ...

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‘Emotional’ experience of Moses’ Tabernacle comes to KC Sept. 16–25

A ‘must-see’ event, The Tabernacle Experience has been seen by over 200,000 people across the U.S. Jerry Tharp, pastor of Lone Jack Baptist Church in Lone Jack, Mo. hasn’t been fortunate enough ...

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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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City Union Mission faces budget shortfall

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Even a break in the summer heat does little to ease the burdens of those in our community who are homeless and living in poverty.  Officials at City Union Mission say the recent ...

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Kansas City’s homeless children get to attend summer camp thru Camp CUMCITO

City Union Mission’s Camp CUMCITO Provided Wholesome Fun for Hundreds of Homeless and Disadvantaged Kansas City Children This summer, 475 boys and girls attended City Union Mission’s Camp CUMCITO.  From disadvantaged or homeless families, ...

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ELECTION COMMENTARY: Eric Greitens must apologize and come clean

Eric Greitens, if you want to win the trust of Christian and conservative voters, “EARN IT.” In the Republican primary for Missouri governor on August 2nd, Eric Greitens won a four-way primary ...

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PRIMARY ELECTION SPECIAL: Money, Sex and Power: the campaign of Eric Greitens

Eric Greitens−a lifelong Democrat with liberal alliances−claims to have recently become a conservative and is running as a Republican for Missouri Governor Greitens has raised big money−about $9 million−with most of it ...

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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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Overland Park synagogue to celebrate move with ancient tradition

An Overland Park synagogue will honor an ancient practice and tradition to complete the move to their new building on Tuesday, July 12, 2016. Or HaOlam Messianic Congregation will celebrate their new ...

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City Union Mission needs volunteers for Summer camp

It takes hundreds of caring volunteers to provide a safe and wholesome camping experience for children from some of Kansas City’s most impoverished neighborhoods at City Union Mission’s Camp CUMCITO.  Currently a shortage of volunteers ...

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FCA Team Camps bring love of sports to youth

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There’s no ‘I’ in ‘TEAM.’ It’s an adage nearly as old as competition itself. But Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA, www.fca.org) is working to send a message of ultimate teamwork—even building upon the principles of ...

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Most “miserable city” in Kansas and Missouri listed

Do you live in a miserable city? What makes a city miserable? Do you live in one of the most unhappy places in Missouri or Kansas? The website RoadSnacks organized information from ...

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Church makes forgiveness center of ministry

The congregation of Maywood Baptist Church in Independence understands forgiveness, and members have made it the center of their ministry. “Maywood’s leaders chose to relate to our changing community on its own ...

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Royals GM Dayton Moore excited about Faith & Family Day

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Dayton Moore, general manager of the Kansas City Royals, has received national acclaim and numerous awards since rebuilding a struggling small-market team into a World Series champion. However, what excites Moore as ...

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2016 graduates of Christian high schools announced

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Metro Voice congratulates the 2016 graduates of area Christian High Schools. BLUE RIDGE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Skyler F. Atwood Ross M. Bousema Tyler S. Cumberland Jessi  A. Donahoo Ryan P. Hudson Madeline R. Huffman ...

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Number of foster children served by MBCH on rise

Booming business for the Missouri Baptist Children’s Home means that more children are experiencing a crisis at home, but if someone has to take care of children in need, MBCH is happy ...

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Hartzler shares testimony at gala

“God had a purpose for my life and gave me the most amazing family,” stated Tiffany Hartzler through tears as she shared her testimony at an Anniversary Gala of the LIGHT House ...

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Kansas City Day of Remembrance May 1

Metro Voice is pleased to help bring the Day of Remembrance and March of Remembrance to Kansas City on May 1. The purpose of this event is to honor Holocaust survivors and ...

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KC Chief Shawn Barber supporting Haiti effort

Former Kansas City Chief and current Chiefs Ambassador Shawn Barber is joining with high school student-led Geaux Haiti to invite the community to a big blow out carnival, Sunday, April 24 from ...

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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 through ...

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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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Shen Yun returns to Kansas City in epic performance

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The 2016 production of Shen Yun, the magnificent production featuring Chinese dance, music and art in a magical celebration of their 5,000-year-old culture, has added a live symphony orchestra for its 30 ...

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The LIGHT House ‘Revs Up’ for Gala

Want a look at some of world’s rarest autos? You’ll have a chance at The LIGHT House benefit “Gala” on April 9, 2016 from 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. at the Armacost Museum in Grandview. ...

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March of Remembrance to honor Holocaust survivors

For the first time, Kansas City will participate in a worldwide event known as March of Remembrance in the United States and March of Life in Europe. The event is aimed at ...

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Kansas City concert schedule gets busy

Is it spring yet? With all of the Kansas City concert schedule for spring being announced and coming to a venue near you, I’m starting to wonder… Compassion International Presents Time of ...

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