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You can say that: David French to discuss free speech at Kansas City Public Library

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The First Amendment guarantees both freedom of religion and freedom of speech for a good reason. Without free expression, religious faith would have no influence on the culture. From wedding cake bakers ...

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Former Royals pitcher Paul Byrd shares Christ through equine ministry in Georgia

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The early 2000s were the dark days of Kansas City Royals baseball, far removed from world championships in 1985 and 2015. Pitcher Paul Byrd was one of the few bright spots, compiling ...

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Pregnant teacher loses lawsuit against local Catholic diocese

A jury on Sept. 18 ruled in favor of the Diocese of Kansas City-St. Joseph in the case of a schoolteacher who said she had been fired for being single and pregnant, ...

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Lauren Daigle’s world tour will stop in Kansas City next May

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Grammy Award-winning artist Lauren Daigle’s first headlining arena tour will include a performance at Sprint Center in Kansas City next May 28. The 44-city Lauren Dangle World Tour will begin in Australia ...

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Restaurant culture wars: Kansas, Purdue campuses deal with Chick-fil-A opponents

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Some of the biggest battles on college campuses this fall are playing out not on the football field but in the cafeteria. Close to home, where University of Kansas students are known ...

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FCA’s Fields of Faith set for October 9 at nation’s high schools

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Hundreds of thousands of high school athletes are taking a stand for Christ as the new school year kicks off. Nearly 250,000 students, coaches and community members are expected to come together ...

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Trey Gowdy to headline Vitae pro-life event

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Popular former U.S. Congressman Trey Gowdy will be the keynote speaker at the Vitae Foundation’s annual Kansas City pro-life event on Tuesday, September 24. The Vitae Foundation is a national non-profit organization ...

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Faith fuels success of Chiefs’ quarterback Patrick Mahomes

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It’s hard to turn on the television, pick up a newspaper or even buy cereal these days without seeing the smiling face of Patrick Mahomes. The personable 23-year-old quarterback has been in ...

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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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Margin KC brings Dave Ramsey’s teaching to more than 100 local churches

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Thousands of Kansas Citians are carrying their checkbooks as well as their Bibles to church this fall. It’s not to write out big tithe checks (although they likely would be welcome) but ...

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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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Civil War cannonball discovered lodged in cut-down Independence tree

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The owner of a local tree cutting service discovered a hidden gem inside a tree he cut down on a historic property in Independence. The cannonball he found dates back to the ...

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Former KC Chief: ‘effeminate’ agenda in sports leagues

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Former Kansas City Chiefs and NFL star Larry Johnson has posted on social media that an “effeminate agenda” exists in the NFL and NBA. It’s not a new accusation in the sports ...

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Missouri selling historic Broadway Bridge

Missouri has a bridge to sell you. The old Broadway Bridge. As part of bridge replacement plans across the state, the Missouri Department of Transportation is giving away at least eight old ...

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Missouri church falsely attacked as anti-gay by activists and local media

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One of Missouri’s largest churches, attended by thousands weekly, is asserting that they were falsely attacked and misrepresented as hateful and “anti-gay” by The Kansas City Star and the Lee’s Summit Journal. ...

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Simone Biles and ‘triple-double’ still grounded in faith

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It was an amazing night to remember and a first in women’s gymnastics. Simone Biles stuck a perfect landing after a “triple-double” in her floor exercise routine in the US women’s gymnastics ...

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Sears is closing Independence, other Missouri stores

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Sears is closing 26 Sears and Kmart stores in October including three Sears locations in Missouri. The company plans to close its locations in Cape Girardeau, the St. Louis suburb of St. Peters, and ...

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Two bodies found behind local church

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Kansas City’s homicide rate could add two more victims to the growing list after police discovered bodies behind a local church. The Kansas City Police Department  stated officers responded to the call ...

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How one Christian birthed the nation’s WWI memorial

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Have you ever been to Longview Farm? Or visited the Kansas City Museum or the nation’s official WWI monument and museum, Liberty Memorial? Kansas City enjoys all these landmarks thanks to the generosity ...

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Kansas, Missouri Governors: economic ‘border war’ is over

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Kansas Governor Laura Kelly (D) has signed an executive order aimed at ending the economic “border war” between Missouri and Kansas. In the signing ceremony Kelly stated that the action “ends the border ...

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After amazing recovery from accident, Rep. Rebecca Roeber dies unexpectedly

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After making a surprising comeback from a serious car crash, popular conservative Missouri State Rep. Rebecca Roeber, R-Lee’s Summit, died unexpectedly Tuesday at the age of 61 while on vacation in Colorado. Roeber ...

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National Night Out will be celebrated by millions of neighbors across the country

The best way to build a safer community is to know your neighbors and your surroundings. The simple act of getting to know your neighbors is the best form of crime prevention. ...

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Lawrence School Board votes to inhibit apprehension of illegal immigrants

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The Lawrence, Kansas Public School Board has voted to obstruct Federal law enforcement with a resolution targeting Immigration and Customs Enforcement efforts to apprehend individuals who are in the country illegally. The ...

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Free family event, Adventures in Wonderland, to be held at KC Renaissance Festival grounds

The Kansas City Renaissance Festival has announced an Alice in Wonderland-themed carnival to be held on the Festival grounds in Bonner Springs. The free family event, Adventures in Wonderland, will take place ...

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KC man hopes for UFO connection

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For decades, people have been fascinated with the idea of communicating with aliens. If you think only a smattering of people believe in stuff like this, you’d be wrong. “We wanted to ...

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