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Convoy of Hope on the ground to help victims of deadly weekend tornadoes

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Teams from Convoy of Hope in Springfield are fanning out to help victims of this weekend’s deadly tornadoes in the Midwest. Authorities confirmed that at least four people died because of Saturday ...

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Bodies of Kansas pastor’s wife and friend found in rural Oklahoma

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The bodies of a pastor’s wife, Jillian Kelley, and her companion Veronica Butler, who went missing in Oklahoma two weeks ago, have been found. The remains were found in rural Texas County, ...

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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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Earthquake in Oklahoma overnight felt locally

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Residents of central Oklahoma are picking up after a  5.1 magnitude earthquake hit just east of Oklahoma City Friday night. The earthquake hit Prague, Oklahoma, at 11:24 p.m., according to the United ...

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A lifeline for those that have chronic pain

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Chronic pain is more prevalent than many people realize. This ministry helps churches across the country offer support. Their elbows, knees and ankles throb. Fatigue wrecks their ability to move at times. ...

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Biden administration ignoring religious freedom, Oklahoma senator says

The Biden administration is failing to enforce basic protections of religious liberty, said Sen. James Lankford. An Oklahoma Republican, the state’s senior senator is making religious freedom the pillar of his political ...

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Missouri, Kansas among states planning for centennial of Route 66

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Missouri and Kansas are among the eight states planning for the centennial of the iconic Route 66 in two years. When the road connected Chicago to Los Angeles in 1926, it represented ...

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Nation’s first taxpayer-funded Catholic school approved in Oklahoma

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St. Isidore of Seville Catholic Virtual School in Oklahoma is set to become the nation’s first taxpayer-funded Catholic school. The Statewide Virtual Charter School Board approved the proposal this week. Notre Dame Law ...

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Christians react to Gov. Newsom using scripture in abortion billboards

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Christians are responding to California Governor Gavin Newsom who placed pro-abortion billboards quoting scripture. Newsom, a Democrat, announced several versions of billboard advertisements that would be going up across seven states as ...

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Some applaud, deplore school district bringing back corporal punishment

Corporal punishment, spankings for anyone brought up before 1985, are in the headlines again. It comes after the Cassville School District in southern Missouri has a new twist on student discipline this ...

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California prohibits travel to states that ban breast removal on ‘transgender’ kids

California is banning travel to more states who are banning breast removal and other surgeries on children who believe they are transgender. California Attorney Gen. Robert Bonta issued an edict preventing employees ...

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All 50 states now have historic gas price above $4 a gallon

Kansas was one of several states Monday where the average price of gas rose above $4 bringing the total number of states to 50. Numerous states have prices above $5 a gallon ...

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The People’s Convoy of truckers heads from California to Washington, D.C.

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The United States is about to get its own version of Canada’s truck convoy. Truckers will leave Barstow, Calif., on Wednesday and head cross-country to Washington, D.C.  Other convoys are also forming ...

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Christian school organization, female athletes ask to join lawsuit about transgender regulations

Christian Schools International and three female athletes are trying to intervene in a lawsuit challenging President Biden’s reinterpretation of sex discrimination. The new policy will allow biological males to compete against girls ...

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What will the new Big 12 look like?

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The Big 12 Board of Directors voted Friday to extend membership invitations to Brigham Young University, the University of Central Florida, the University of Cincinnati, and the University of Houston. All eight ...

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Christian mom rescues Afghan all-girl high school robotics team

Ten Afghan girls who faced a bleak future and even death under the new Taliban rulers have been rescued thanks to one Christian mom on a mission. Allison Reneau personally flew to ...

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Franklin Graham to travel Route 66 sharing message of hope

Franklin Graham is taking his message of hope on the road, with a series of events along historic Route 66, including Missouri, Illinois, Oklahoma and other states, ending in California. “I think ...

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Tulsa churches join in remembering destruction of black community in race riots

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Six congregations gathered at First Baptist Church of North Tulsa to commemorate the city’s race riots of a century ago. That’s when, in 1921,  a white mob destroyed at least a half-dozen ...

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Abortions after heartbeat detected banned by new Oklahoma law

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New laws in Oklahoma will prohibit abortions if a heartbeat is detected in the baby and suspend the medical licenses of doctors who perform an abortion. Republican Gov. Kevin Still signed the ...

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Family Research Council criticizes confirmation of ‘radical’ Becerra

The Family Research Council says the U.S. Senate’s confirmation of Xavier Becerra as Secretary of Health and Human Services makes abundantly clear the Biden administration and the Democratic Party are using health ...

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Tusli Gabbard introduces bill to ban males from girls’ sports

Males would be banned from competing in women and girls’ sports under new legislation introduced by Reps. Tulsi Gabbard (D-Hawaii) and Markwayne Mullin (R-Okla.). The Protect Women’s Sports Act seeks to clarify ...

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Look up. Those hazy skies is smoke from the West Coast

Residents of Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri, Illinois, Indiana and Michigan are waking up to hazy skies today after smoke from western wildfires has reached the all the way to the Great Lakes. Blazes ...

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Bott Radio Network boosts power at Fort Smith, Ark., station

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Kansas Citians traveling to the Ozarks have a new option to listen to their favorite Bible teachers. Overland Park-based Bott Radio Network has increased the power of 88.9 FM in Fort Smith, ...

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Former NFL star Bosworth uses Twitter to right a wrong from three decades ago

It’s never too late to right an old wrong. Brian Bosworth, who was a talented but controversial NFL linebacker in the 1980s, last weekend took care of unfinished business off the field. ...

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Oklahoma quarterback shares faith after team wins Big 12 championship

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Quarterback Jalen Hurts transferred from the University of Alabama to the University of Oklahoma and led the Sooners to both a Big 12 championship and a spot in the college football playoffs. ...

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