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Native American finds her niche at Topeka Workforce Center

In life, once in a while, people fall into a position and discover that it was everything they ever wanted to do with their life. That has certainly been the case with ...

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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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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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Check out these highlights of Kansas City events, classes & concerts

Here are just a few of the hundreds of events coming up in Kansas City. For a full listing of our Kansas City calendar, click here: Metro Voice Calendar of Events.  For ...

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Kansas Passes Ban on Dismemberment Abortion

By a vote of 98 -26, the Kansas House on March 25 passed landmark pro-life legislation, Senate Bill 95,”The Unborn Child Protection from Dismemberment Abortion Act.” Kansans For Life Executive Director Mary Kay ...

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WIPING TEARS

By Jessica S. Hosman My little boy is a snuggler. Even from his first days of life he has relished the gift of touch and being held close. As he has grown ...

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How Aquaponics helps Trash Mountain people

By Mollyanne Gibson |   I traveled with Trash Mountain Project to Tegucigalpa, Honduras to build an aquaponics system at Amor Fe y Esperanza school for a week in February. It was ...

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“WOLVES CAN’T FLY” – KC Wolf shares lessons learned

By Alan Goforth | Metro Voice   Before the Apostle Paul could write a substantial portion of the New Testament, God had to get his attention in a dramatic way on the ...

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2nd Annual Topeka Easter Parade and Fun Fair to be held April 4

The Topeka Easter Parade & Family Fun Fair will be back for the second consecutive year on Saturday, April 4, 2015. Last Year’s event was attended by over a thousand people who ...

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Barry Feaker to speak at Kansas Prayer Breakfast

This time every year, no matter the weather, about a thousand people show up for a very early breakfast at the Ramada Inn in downtown Topeka. The occasion is the annual Kansas ...

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Believe in the Impossible!

By Jessica S. Hosman It was three days before my son’s fourth birthday and he was convinced he’d be able to play outside in the snow when the day arrived. While this ...

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Keeping up with technology

Learned some interesting statistics about technology and accessing the web. Mobile Device Web Browsing is expected to overtake desktop browsing worldwide in 2015 (it already happened in the U.S. this past summer). ...

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Overcoming the Blows of 2014

By Jessica S. Hosman A few nights ago while playing with Bliss (our playful 50-pound Golden Retriever), Zechariah tossed her rubber bone into the air just as he had done hundreds of ...

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What’s Your Christmas Memory?

Readers and staff share their thoughts on the holidays gone by   By Dwight Widaman | Editor Some years ago Anita and I had planned to take our kids to the local ...

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Election Voter Guides for Missouri & Kansas

The mid-term elections are Tuesday, Nov. 4. Educate yourself on the candidates and issues before you go to the polls. In previous years Metro Voice has provided extensive non-partisan election voter guides ...

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Two-Day Bible Conference Brings Heavy Hitters to KC

Recorded in the pages of the Guinness Book of World Records, under the “best-selling book of non-fiction” category, you will discover the most sold book in all of history. Coming in at ...

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October is Pastor Appreciation Month! Check Out Our Contest!

Write a letter, win your pastor a vacation! October is National Pastor Appreciation month and Metro Voice wants to honor pastors for their tireless work. In First Timothy it says, “The elders ...

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SNA Experience Tour is “life-altering”

Big event hits Kansas City October 7 God is on the move in North America and every follower of Jesus—regardless of age, talent or personality—can play a vital part in what He ...

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Is Your Ice Bucket Challenge Helping Ethical Research?

University of Kansas Offers Alternative That Does Not Use Aborted Babies   Dr. David Prentice |   You’ve probably heard of it by now, the Ice Bucket Challenge. Those challenged are supposed ...

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Koyotes Kare Foundation helping non-profits raise funds

Koyote clinics work with kids on football and relationship skills There’s more to football than playing football, says Nick Baumgartner, owner of the Kansas Koyotes Indoor Football Team. It involves making a ...

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Passages Exhibit is Thrill Ride of Amazing Journey of God’s Word

New Exhibit in Springfield Explores God’s Word and How it Came to be with Must-See Artifacts and Some of the World’s Oldest Bibles   By Dwight Widaman |   Throughout history, the ...

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Some of Our Favorite Church Signs

We think these church sings are pretty funny. What do you think? Have a favorite? Post it to our Facebook page. Click the Kansas City Facebook page on the right of this ...

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Late-Term Teen Abortions Under Scrutiny in Kansas

Kansas Fights to Strip License of Doc Who Sent Pre-Teen Girls for Late-Term Abortions by Kathy Ostrowski | LifeNews.com    The Kansas State Healing Arts Board voted unanimously late last week to ...

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Debate Begins on Kansas Court Ruling on School Finances

KS Supreme Court: Legislators made ‘unconstitutional’ school funding choices By Travis Perry │ Kansas Watchdog OSAWATOMIE, Kan. — In a long-awaited decision, the Kansas Supreme Court on Friday ruled that state lawmakers ...

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Kansas Moves to Keep State Aid Out of Casinos, Strip Clubs

Effort is to ensure welfare payments are reaching needy children was late, but still welcome. By Travis Perry KansasWatchdog.org — Could Kansas kids be going without necessities because one or both of ...

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