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Missouri Republican caucus is Saturday, Dems vote in late March

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Missouri Republicans will hold their presidential caucus on Saturday. Residents must have been registered to vote by February 19 to participate. Democrats head to the polls for a primary later in March. ...

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The Church Loves Kansas City: Christians continue rallying around shooting victims

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Dozens of churches and ministries across the Kansas City metropolitan continue coming together to support victims of the deadly shooting during the Super Bowl celebration at Union Station. Donations to The Church ...

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Attacks on U.S. churches up 800% since 2020

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Attacks against U.S. churches are up 800% since 2020 and more than doubled last year, according to the latest Hostility Against Churches report from the Family Research Council. It has revealed an ...

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Mid-Mo Men’s Bible Study on March 2

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Sedalia Bible Academy is launching a new ministry to serve and coach men in central Missouri.  It will be in the form of semi-annual intensive Bible studies.  The first such event will ...

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Song on radio changed everything for singer Zach Williams

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Christian singer Zach Williams followed a winding path in his journey to faith. Before his 2017 breakout hit “Chain Breaker”, the Grammy Award-winning artist spent almost 20 years working fairly obscurely in ...

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Governor, mayor continue to spar over Super Bowl shooting suspects

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Kansas City Mayor Quinton Lucas continues to spar with Missouri’s governor over the shooting at last week’s Super Bowl rally. Missouri Gov. Mike Parson, who attended the event, said, “We can’t let ...

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Josh Hawley calls out Biden campaign for using TikTok

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Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley criticized the Biden-Harris campaign for joining TikTok despite banning it from most federal devices. “Hey, by the way, we just joined TikTok,” the campaign’s post on X read ...

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Man who tackled Super Bowl rally shooter hailed as Good Samaritan

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The Chiefs fan who tackled one of the suspected shooters at Wednesday’s Super Bowl rally continues to get national attention as a good Samaritan. A viral video appears to show an alleged ...

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Midwest Christian College Expo Feb. 24

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Christian colleges from across the nation come to Kansas City on Saturday, Feb. 24 for the Midwest Christian College Expo. The expo is FREE—No registration required. It celebrates 26 years as the ...

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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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CBS Sports loves Z-Man Sandwich at Joe’s Kansas City for Super Bowl

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For many fans, Super Bowl Sunday is as much about food as it is about football. CBS Sports, which will broadcast the game between Kansas City and San Francisco, offered its culinary ...

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Missouri National Guard to secure border in Texas

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Members of the Missouri National Guard will be deployed to Texas to help with the crises on the southern border. Gov. Mike Parson visited the U.S.-Mexico border over the weekend., where he ...

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Pro-Gaza protesters disrupt Missouri legislature

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Shouting “Cease-fire now,” protesters disrupted a joint session of the Missouri legislature while Israel Consul General-Miami Maor Elbaz-Starinsky spoke Tuesday. At least 30 people in the upper galleries continued to scream as ...

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Israel needs our help, not political games over security funding

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The U.S. House on Tuesday failed to pass a stand-alone bill for additional security aid for Israel. President Joe Biden threatened veto it, preferring instead to have it lumped with legislation that ...

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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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Heartland to Holyland Tours

You’ve reached the info page of Heartland to Holyland Tours. We have two tours planned in 2024. Both depart as groups from Kansas City but we welcome guests from anywhere and can ...

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Missouri Rep. Cori Bush under federal criminal investigation

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Missouri’s Rep. Cori Bush, who represents the St. Louis area, is under a federal criminal investigation. The U.S. Department of Justice served the House sergeant at arms, William McFarland, with a grand ...

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Baptist Bible College in Springfield rebrands as Mission University as turnaround continues

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Baptist Bible College in Springfield is changing its name to Mission University. The rebranding references the founding purpose of the institution to train Christian pastors and missionaries. “We have overcome in the ...

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Huge Christian college fair is Feb. 24 in Kansas City

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Christian universities from across the nation will visit Kansas City Feb. 24 for the largest Christian College fair in the Midwest. The 26th annual Christian College Expo will feature up to 50 ...

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Iconic New Jersey diner finds new life in rural Missouri

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A beloved roadside diner is coming to central Missouri. Rosie’s Diner, which gained national fame as the setting for a series of paper towel commercials in the 1970s and later was moved ...

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Community of Christ in Independence selects female leader for first time

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For the first time in its history, the Independence-based Community of Christ has appointed a woman leader. Stassi D. Cramm, who currently serves in the governing first presidency, has spent nearly a ...

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Silent Stories Lost in the middle of Pro-life/Pro-choice debate

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Lost in the middle of the Pro-life/Pro-choice debate sit millions of women and men impacted by their abortion experience. Abortion is arguably one of the most heated discussions in today’s culture. Both ...

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Missing St. Louis residents may be part of online cult

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Police in suburban St. Louis believe six people who disappeared last year may be part of an online cult. The Berkeley Police Department told “USA Today” that two children are among the ...

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Local historic Black church among those to get preservation grant

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A historic Black Kansas City area church will receive a grant for preservation. Washington Chapel CME Church in Parkville, Mo. was the only church in Kansas or Missouri to be included among ...

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Missouri pastor starts coffee company to fight sex trafficking

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David Slusher, pastor of Gill Memorial Baptist Church in Marshall, Mo., was fired up about the evil of sex trafficking after seeing “Sound of Freedom” last summer. “Having a 5-year-old daughter and ...

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