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Gay activists demand NCAA expel Christian colleges

Campus Pride, an LGBT activist group, is pressuring the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) to cut ties with Christian colleges over their views on transgenderism and homosexuality. Ever since the Obama administration ...

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In Life and Death, Scalia changed the Supreme Court

  Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the leader of the court’s conservative wing and an intellectual powerhouse, died on Feb. 13 at age 79, sending shock waves through the legal and political ...

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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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Muslim herdsmen kill 300 Nigerian Christians

Muslim Fulani herdsmen, believed to be buoyed by Boko Haram insurgents posing as the nomadic cattlemen, continue to occupy farmland in Benue state, Nigeria, two weeks after killing more than 300 Christian ...

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Shen Yun returns to Kansas City in epic performance

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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Language proves God’s existence, scientist says

Evidence for God’s existence is, quite literally, on the tip of your tongue, says professor Jeremy Lyon. Lyon, associate professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Truett-McConnell College in Cleveland, Ga., and ...

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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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iPhone backdoor brawl at forefront of personal privacy debate

Law enforcement agencies depend on evidence to build and solve criminal cases. But much of that evidence these days comes in the form of electronic data in mobile devices such as smartphones, ...

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More than 1.1 million people joined their voices in the global hymn sing

 An estimated 1.1 million people in over 100 countries joined together Feb. 21 to sing “Facing a Task Unfinished,” a 90-year-old hymn that has been updated by internationally acclaimed hymn writers Keith ...

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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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Missouri church case poised to make history in Supreme Court

A case the U.S. Supreme Court just agreed to hear is about ground-up tires for a church playground, but it could be one of the more significant religious-exercise cases in a decade. ...

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KC invited to city-wide Easter sunrise service at Power & Light

This will be the ninth year for The Easter Sunrise Extravaganza Join us from 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 a.m. in the Kansas City Power and Light District at 13th and Gand Boulevard. ...

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Global hymn sing focuses on Christian persecution

Thousands of churches and missions agencies in 48 countries will join together in a united effort to draw attention to Christian persecution and the need for evangelism. On Feb. 21, thousands of ...

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24 to Christ: Wrongfully imprisoned, man is now free indeed

A man wrongfully accused of murder becomes local pastor after spending nearly a quarter of a century in prison.   A Kansas City-area church has hired a man who was found guilty ...

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Orphans bring Kansas couple to Swaziland

Swaziland, a small, landlocked monarchy in southern Africa, is a long way from Buhler, Kan. However, Tracy and Becky Spencer plan to build their second home in that nation – this one ...

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Israel and apartheid: South African students weigh in

About two-dozen people file into Dodd 175 at the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) campus on a Thursday night, scouting out seats and picking at the kosher pizza in the back ...

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Kansas town pushes back after atheists remove 9/11 banner

Don’t mess with Pittsburg, Kan. Residents of the town didn’t respond with anger when local atheists forced the Post Office to take down a 9/11 banner, they responded with a city-wide effort ...

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Bronco thankful and spends $1800 on newborn’s ticket

After having to pay $1,800 for his newborn daughter to be able to attend Super Bowl 50, Bronco punter Britton Colquitt is quick to point out that all things work together for ...

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In 2016 be the leader you want to be

2016 holds an invitation for you to become the leader you want to be. Picture for a moment that you are flourishing in your work and your personal life. Can you see ...

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Wycliffe Associates to launch Bible translation in high persecution regions

In a region where conversion to Christianity is punishable by death, Wycliffe Associates plans to launch 10 new Bible translation projects in the next 30 days. The projects will employ the MAST ...

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Olympic games become transgender

In late January, the International Olympic Committee, or IOC, announced a change in policies that will enable transgendered athletes to compete in Olympic games “without first having to undergo gender reassignment surgery.” ...

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Rally at Kansas Capitol to support religious freedom

A coalition of religious groups from across Kansas will hold a rally on Feb. 17, from Noon to 1pm. The Rally for Religious Freedom will be held inside the Kansas State Capitol Building, in the ...

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Prison reform gets bi-partisan support

A bipartisan congressional task force on Jan. 26 recommended reforms to reduce the federal prison population by 60,000 and save taxpayers more than $5 billion. The reforms also coincide with President Obama’s ...

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Robert Rogers to speak at Winterfest

Coldwater of Lee’s Summit will host its annual Winterfest fundraiser on February 27 from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the Hilton Garden Inn. This year’s theme is “Alone we can do so little; together ...

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