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Mental health issues require biblical solutions

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America’s mental health is in alarming condition, and only biblical solutions can change it, a leading Christian counselor says. “We don’t have a mental health crisis; we have a mental health disaster ...

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Missouri among states suing Biden administration over student debt scheme

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Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey is taking the lead in a lawsuit against the Biden administration’s latest plan to cancel billions of dollars in student debt. “With the stroke of his pen, ...

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Missouri teachers quit over student behavior, stress

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Seven in 10 Missouri teachers have seriously considered leaving their profession, a survey from the Missouri State Teachers Association found. The main reasons are stress, student behavior and lack of pay, association ...

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Societal changes have Gen Z searching for meaning

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Despite the overall decline of faith in American life, there are signs that members of Generation Z are searching for meaning. Christian campus groups at universities have seen growing interest from college ...

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Liberty University fined $14 million over campus safety info

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Liberty University has been fined $14 million for failing to disclose campus crime data. Liberty agreed to pay the fine after it was found to have violated the Clery Act, a federal ...

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Missouri may expand private and home-school scholarships

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The Missouri Legislature may have good news for parents who home-school their children or send them to private schools. Several proposals under consideration could expand a scholarship program that pays more than ...

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Hatred, racism didn’t deter George Washington Carver

Few know George Washington Carver, the humble pioneering researcher and Christian, grew up in Missouri and Kansas. We celebrate him during Black History Month. Human need is really a great spiritual vacuum ...

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World marks Holocaust Remembrance day

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International Holocaust Remembrance Day was observed on Saturday against the backdrop of rising antisemitism in the United States and around the world. “As we are witnessing an alarming rise of antisemitism around ...

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Seven church trends to watch for

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Church leaders will have their hands full keeping their congregations on track while navigating unexpected twists and turns in the coming year. The Lewis Center for Church Leadership of Wesley Theological Seminary ...

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Missouri homeschoolers may get more access to public schools

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Missouri state Sen. Ben Brown of Washington has pre-filed a bill that would allow homeschooled students to participate in public school activities. It has been coupled with provisions rolling back state oversight ...

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More Christian colleges have relationships with abortion providers

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One in 10 Christian colleges maintains a relationship with Planned Parenthood or other abortion providers, a new study found. This support has increased by 10 percent since 2021 Students for Life of ...

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Digital global missions empower local churches 

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The Influence Lab is changing how the church looks at missions in today’s digital age. Investing in digital missions can significantly expand a local church’s reach and impact in a multitude of ...

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Popularity of homeschooling surging in surprising places

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It’s no surprise that homeschooling has become increasingly popular since the pandemic. What is surprising is that it is growing even in large cities and among a range of political ideologies. “The ...

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Missouri school choice program already exceeds 2022 scholarship awards

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MOScholars, Missouri’s school choice program, already has exceeded the number of scholarships that were awarded last scholarship award cycle, with three months remaining in the cycle. Scholarships can be awarded up to ...

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Christian banking institution, Crown Ministries partnering to provide stewardship education

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AdelFi, a Christian banking institution in California, is teaming up with Crown Financial Ministries to provide biblical stewardship information. The exclusive banking partnership with Crown enables AdelFi to offer customized courses on ...

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Group to spend $10 million supporting school choice in 2024 elections

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School choice has become a hot issue in the wake of the pandemic. As the 2024 election season approaches, the American Federation for Children is launching a super PAC called AFC Victory ...

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Majority of Missourians rate public schools as only fair or poor

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More than half of Missourians are not happy with the state’s public schools. Fifty-six percent rated their local schools as fair or poor, and seven in 10 said the same about public ...

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Missouri laws going into effect: Senior tax relief, adoptions, public safety, teachers

Several new laws and provisions are set to become law in Missouri on August 28, ranging from tax relief for senior citizens, extending healthcare coverages, removing financial barriers in the adoption process, ...

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Several measures to boost student safety will take effect in Missouri this school year

Missouri families preparing to send their children back to school later this month may notice several steps the state is taking to increase school security. Legislators approved recommendations from the governor’s office ...

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Moms for Liberty under attack after leftist organization brands it as hate group

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The parental rights group Moms for Liberty is facing political attacks and even death threats atter the Southern Poverty Law Center denounced it as a “hate group.” The progressive civil rights watchdog, ...

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Despite media perceptions, study finds correlation between religion, successful life

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Religious belief tends to be associated with key indicators of a successful life, such as education level and marital status, a recent study found. Ryan Burge, a political scientist who studies religion ...

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Northland Christian Schools: Investing in Kingdom education

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Are you passionate about giving your child the best possible foundation for a life of purpose, character, and leadership? Look no further than Northland Christian Schools, where we believe that a God-centered, ...

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Timothy Lutheran School: Best Kept Secret in Blue Springs

Timothy Lutheran School (TLS), established in 2001, is located at 301 E Wyatt Rd, Blue Springs, MO. Headed by Ken Holland, Principal, TLS serves 179 students, grades Preschool – 8, with a ...

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Maranatha Christian Academy – Celebrating 50 Years

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Maranatha Christian Academy is celebrating 50 years of providing high-quality, Christ-centered education to students in the Kansas City area. MCA’s new K-12 campus is conveniently located in western Johnson County with state-of-the-art ...

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Calvary Lutheran School prepared to live, learn and lead

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Calvary Lutheran School offers an exemplary education within a caring, Christ-centered environment. Serving the south Kansas City community for nearly 75 years, Calvary has a long tradition of providing a strong academic ...

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