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13,000 Christians from 500 churches march in Atlanta for racial justice

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More than 13,000 individuals representing 500 churches across the denominational and cultural spectrum gathered Friday, June 19 (Juneteenth) in Atlanta’s Centennial Olympic Park before marching to the State Capitol to petition both ...

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List of Kansas City area closings and cancellations over coronavirus

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As President Donald Trump  announced a national state of emergency today, Kansas City area institutions continued to respond to the coronavirus with closings and delays. Metro Voice is not listing churches. Check ...

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Actor Ben Affleck fills void in life by returning to church

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Actor Ben Affleck, who stars in the new movie “The Way Back,” also has found the way back to church. “I go to the Methodist Church, [my] kids [are] baptized, and I ...

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Powerful faith-based ‘I Still Believe’ leads March family-friendly lineup

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The 2018 faith-based movie I Can Only Imagine opened at No. 3, earned a rare A+ CinemaScore rating from moviegoers, and became the highest-grossing film ever released by the Erwin Brothers. So ...

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Watch President Trump live at the March for Life at 12 Noon, 11 Central today

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As reported by Metro Voice just minutes after it was announced, President Donald Trump will make history today by being the first U.S. President to appear in person and speak at the ...

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Trump will appear in person at National March for Life on Friday

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President Donald Trump will become the first president to address in person the annual March for Life in Washington D.C.  The announcement came Thursday evening and was quickly praised by pro-life groups ...

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Venezuelan military finally sides with pro-democracy leaders

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As millions began filling the streets Tuesday in the latest protest against the socialist dictator of the country, marchers saw something they did not expect. The Venezuelan military was siding with them ...

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Netflix’s ‘You vs. Wild’ tops family-friendly options for May

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When Man vs. Wild first aired on the Discovery Channel in 2006, I was hooked. It seemed there was little that survival expert Bear Grylls couldn’t do — from finding water in ...

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‘Apollo 11’ is a splendid celebration of achievement and God’s creation

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Apollo 11’s mission to the moon was among the greatest achievements in world history, but – sadly – it wasn’t captured with today’s high-definition video cameras. Instead, we’re left only with grainy ...

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‘Jesus’ debuts on the History Channel

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Millions may be tuning in to the History Channel this weekend to catch the premier of the latest biopic on the life of Jesus. Little understood outside of those who believe in ...

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We’re home–now what? WWI Museum looks at veterans from the Great War

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Americans are familiar with the treatment of Vietnam War veterans returning from the front lines. It was a divisive time in our nation’s history and, sadly, veterans often felt the wrath of ...

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March movie reviews show changes in world gone by

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Sometimes, it’s helpful to look back at our ancestors’ world and consider how times have changed. It can spark a sense of gratitude for our many blessings. It also can cause us ...

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Don’t miss this cool college fair in Kansas City

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Deciding what to do after high school? Checking out colleges and other options? Here’s the cool thing: There’s an event in Kansas City that brings together colleges and other options from across ...

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Teacher may lose job after false Covington tweet

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A superintendent has recommended the firing of a middle-school teacher accused of posting a series of erroneous and disparaging comments on social media. The comments were directed against a teen she misidentified as being ...

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Pro-life marchers fear future of abortion movement in Kansas

Wet weather didn’t stop hundreds of pro-life advocates from gathering Tuesday, January 22nd, at the Kansas Statehouse to mark the 46th anniversary of the U.S. Supreme Court’s Roe v. Wade decision that made ...

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Forget crime, KC Police go after dinosaurs

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Kansas City police, never at a loss for crime to stop, are focusing on Sunday’s “Dino” or Dinosaur March through The Plaza. The second annual parade of people dressed in dinosaur costumes ...

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