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Christian Family Services – Compassionate, Friendly, Safe

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For 40 years Christian Family Services has been a resource to those struggling with unplanned pregnancies and those who want to build their family by adoption. For 40 years we have seen ...

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Innovative programs may provide energy expense relief for Missouri households

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Although energy prices are rising, help may be on the way for Missouri consumers. Evergy is the state’s latest utility to launch a Pay As You Save (PAYS) program, in which the ...

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Abundant Life Church, Jackson County settle lawsuit over COVID-19 restrictions

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Abundant Life Church in Lee’s Summit and Jackson County have reached a settlement in a lawsuit over COVID-19 restrictions. The county will pay the church $146,750 and agree that any future health ...

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‘What’s That Sound’ is a decidedly different picture book for kids

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A distinctively different ABC picture book written by Kansas City author and artist, LeAnne Litka released in late September to much praise. What’s That Sound? took Litka four years to produce, but ...

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Missouri won’t comply with Democrat’s bank snooping plan

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If the Democrat-controlled Congress enacts invasive new bank financial reporting rules, Missouri Treasurer Scott Fitzpatrick will not comply. The proposal being pushed by the Biden administration requires financial institutions to report information ...

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Founder of 40 Days of Life to headline Parkville Women’s Clinic banquet

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Shawn Carney, founder of the 40 Days of Life movement, recently tweeted, “The abortion industry fears science, reason, and love. We can change endless hearts when we share all three unapologetically.” Carney, ...

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Johnson County schools push graphic gay sex book on 6th graders

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A controversial book about a young man’s gay sexual exploits is on the approved reading list at several school districts in Johnson County, Kan. The Blue Valley, Olathe and Shawnee Mission School ...

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Adoption, Fostering and Life Directory

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Metro Voice annually works with regional adoption and foster care organizations, women’s clinics, policy groups and other pro-life entities. For information on any of the fine organizations below,  just click and check ...

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Voice for the Voiceless Banquet to feature Dr. Alan Keyes​ Oct 7

Former presidential candidate Ambassador Dr. Allan Keyes will headline the Voice for the Voiceless banquet Thursday, Oct. 7. The event is a fundraiser for Missouri Right to life – Western Region and ...

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Hallmark giving away a million greeting cards to encourage kids

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Hallmark Cards is giving away one million cards from its new Little World Changers collection. The cards encourage and reward kids as they make a difference in the world through acts of ...

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Pembroke Hill fires conservative teacher over personal Facebook post

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Pembroke Hill School in Kansas City has fired a math teacher because of her conservative Facebook posts. Beth Reams, who taught at the school for 25 years, said her liberal colleagues who ...

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Our readers share their memories of September 11

For the 20th Anniversary of the September 11, 2001 attacks, Metro Voice asked our readers for their memories of that morning. For most, the images remain difficult. They still create a pit ...

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Production of The Great Divorce, a C.S. Lewis classic, is Saturday

Most are familiar with the well-known works of C.S. Lewis. In addition to writing children’s classics like The Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe he also authored works that delve into Heaven and ...

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Democrats spar with Missouri Governor over removal of homosexual history exhibit

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The war of words over a homosexual exhibit at the Missouri Capitol is heating up. Gov. Mike Parson said it was taken down after he received complaints and because it wasn’t approved ...

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Crock-Pot remains popular 50 years after its debut in Kansas City

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Chili in the Crock-Pot is as much a part of fall as cooler weather and football games. The popular appliance can trace its roots to Kansas City. Before the Crock-Pot was a ...

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Local college expansion threatens destruction of historic church

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The abandoned but historic Seventh Street Methodist Episcopal Church in Kansas City, Kan., stands in the way of a new educational center being built by KCK Community College. “This is probably the ...

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Mary’s Wedding – hope, healing, and the joy of love set against war

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The images of people clinging to the outside of planes taking off from Kabul airport and other desperate measures taken by Afghans to leave their homeland remind us of the harsh realities ...

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Neighbors blame church outreach for increased crime

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Mount Washington Missionary Baptist Church is finding that no good deed goes unpunished. Several people who live in the neighborhood said the church is creating a dangerous crime situation from squatters, break-ins, ...

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Former Royal Ben Zobrist drops lawsuit against pastor

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Former Kansas City Royals player and devout Christian Ben Zobrist has dropped his lawsuit against his former pastor, Byron Yawn, amid allegations of an affair between the former Tennessee pastor and marital ...

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Kansas City, Mo., population tops 500,000 in census

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The population of Kansas City, Mo., has climbed to more than a half-million for the first time, according to newly released census numbers. Mayor Quinton Lucas said the latest Census numbers exceeded ...

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Kansas school district deletes excellence award after teacher protests critical race, masks

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A Kansas City-area school district has deleted a story about an excellence in teaching award after that teacher resigned. The teacher last week exposed the teaching of critical race theory and masking ...

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Media were notified about police defunding before police chief

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The office of Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas notified local media of the plan to slash police funding before notifying Police Chief Rick Smith, according to emails obtained by Liberty Alliance USA. ...

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Rare 80-year-old ‘Big Boy’ steam engine visits this week

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This week is your chance to take in a rare sight. Big Boy No. 4014, the famed Union Pacific steam locomotive built in the 1940s to conquer mountains while carrying equipment during ...

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Congresswoman Sharice Davids gets covid 6 months after being vaccinated

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Kansas Congresswoman Sharice Davids on Friday tested positive for COVID-19 despite having received the vaccine over six months ago. In a statement, Davids confirmed what others who have contracted it after getting ...

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Union Pacific’s “Big Boy” steam locomotive will stop in Topeka, Lawrence and Kansas City

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Big Boy No. 4014, the famed Union Pacific steam locomotive built in the 1940s to conquer mountains while carrying equipment during World War II, is on a 10-state tour, providing amazing photo ...

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