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Ammar chose Christ, then his Muslim wife turned him in to be tortured

Ammar had the perfect life. He had a beautiful wife, two loving children, a successful career as a teacher, and he lived in a prominent city in Iraq. I’ve changed Ammar’s name ...

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Sat-7 hosts ‘Week of Prayer’ for Christians in North Africa and Middle East

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Are you ready to make a difference in the lives of millions of people persecuted for their faith? Christians across the world will “Dare to Dream” as they intercede for the Middle ...

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Locations announced for Oct. 6 annual Life Chain event

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The 32nd Annual Life Chain across the nation will take place Sunday afternoon, Oct. 6. It will include 70 cities and towns across Kansas plus 84 in Missouri. Some of the largest ...

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‘Bless Your Pastor’ offers practical ways for churches to celebrate Pastor Appreciation Month

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Although there are countless ways to say, “thank you,” sometimes nothing beats cold, hard cash. October is Pastor Appreciation Month, and the National Association of Evangelicals (NAE) reminds church members that pastors often ...

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See You at the Pole this week

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This year’s ‘See You at the Pole’ prayer rally is set for Wednesday, Sept. 25. It’s an event organized and led by students around the world. According to the SYATP organization’s website, it’s just ...

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Number of people planning to storm Area 51 approaches 1 million

The U.S. Military says it will protect Area 51 from being seen by a bizarre gathering that hopes to forcibly storm the military base. Currently, 842,000 civilians have signed up. The number ...

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America to see most patriotic July 4th parade ever

America will see an Independence Day parade and celebration unlike any in recent memory.  President Donald Trump is increasing efforts to acknowledge the military branches which are responsible for the freedoms the ...

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Bridges across nation will sport pro-life signs June 28

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Over 50 communities across the nation will make a pro-life statement for National Pro-Life Bridges Day make a Friday, June 28. Missouri cities participating include Jefferson City, St. Charles and Springfield. In ...

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Conservatives boost candidacy of Quintin Lucas for mayor

The election for Kansas City’s new mayor doesn’t offer conservatives much of a choice. Instead of a race between a Democrat and Republican, the Tuesday, June 18 contest is a battle between ...

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Coffeyville, Kan. evacuates as flood waters reach levee top

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A curfew has been implemented in Coffeyville, Kan. as a large section of the town has been evacuated. The evacuation comes as the Verdigris River was set to top flood levees Sunday ...

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Graham asks Christians to pray for President June 2

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Evangelist Franklin Graham asks for prayers for the president in an email sent this weekend. The email, which was also posted in a Facebook message to his social media followers, asks them ...

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Police on the run for Special Olympics

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Police officers will be on the run across Missouri the next two weeks. The Statewide Law Enforcement Torch Run for Special Olympics Missouri (SOMO) begins Saturday, May 18, and continuse through Friday, May ...

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Today is the National Day of Prayer

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Today is the National Day of Prayer and all over the country people are gathering together to pray, even on Capitol Hill. For locations of events click HERE. Each year leading up to the ...

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Area National Day of Prayer locations announced

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National Day of Prayer will be held Thursday, May 2, and area locations have been announced. Across the nation this solemn event will be attended by hundreds of thousands of Christians. The ...

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Israeli spacecraft to land on the moon today

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Israel will become only the fourth nation to land on the moon today, April 11, as the Beresheet spacecraft separates  it’s landing craft for the controlled decent to the surface. In addition ...

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Pro-Life Action Day at State Capitol Tuesday

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Individuals who value the life of the unborn, adoption and foster care, the elderly, and special needs individuals, will gather in the Missouri State Capitol Tuesday, March 12. It’s the “Show Me ...

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Israel to make history this week with Moon landing

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In another show of God’s promises fulfilled in restoring the Jewish people to their land and destiny, Israel will make history this week when it launches a ship into outer space. When it lands ...

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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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Christian Education Expo March 2

Metro Voice will host its 21st Annual Midwest Christian Education & College Expo Saturday, March 2 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The free event has been attended by tens of thousands ...

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State of the Union will address pro-life and border security

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“Choosing Greatness” is the theme of President Donald Trump’s second State of the Union address according to a senior administration official who briefed reporters at the White House. The speech, scheduled for ...

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Lunar eclipse tonight is sight not to miss

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Whoever staged the celebrations around tonight’s AFC Championship game between the Chiefs and the Patriots did a great job. Enter…the lunar eclipse. As seen from Kansas City, the Moon will be high ...

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Mother Superior shines in The Sound of Music production at the Kauffmann Center

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There is something extraordinary about a musical when the loudest and longest applause goes to a nun! Lauren Kidwell, who plays Mother Abbess, owns the stage in The Sound of Music with ...

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Shen Yun celebrates ancient culture destroyed by Chinese Communism

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Shen Yun Performing Arts will bring 5,000 years of traditional Chinese culture to Kansas City and Lawrence in the next few weeks. The production returns to Kansas City Jan. 25-27 a the ...

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KC Ballet’s ‘Nutcracker’ will leave you speechless

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Christmas is gifts, snow, imagination, music and magic for kids. A Christmas tradition that incorporates all these is the Kansas City Ballet’s The Nutcracker. The opening night for The Nutcracker in Kansas ...

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Nativity joins Christmas tree at MO Governor’s mansion

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The theme of this year’s Christmas exhibit at the Missouri Governor’s Mansion is “Down Home Missouri Christmas.” As part of the decorations, a 40-foot Norway spruce arrived at the Missouri Governor’s mansion ...

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