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“I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” from Sight & Sound arrives in theaters

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Just in time for the Christmas season, Sight & Sound, which operates a theater in Branson, has released its first feature film. “I Heard the Bells on Christmas Day” tells the compelling ...

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PrayerFest Oct. 1 at Missouri State Capitol

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The Missouri State Capitol will be bathed in prayer Saturday during Missouri PrayerFest 2022. The event begins at 10am with a prayer walk inside the Capitol leading up to a prayer gathering ...

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Local pastor’s podcast series for pastors and leaders now available

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A new podcast from Randy Frazee, lead pastor at Westside Family Church in Kansas City, is available from HarperChristian Resources. The Bible Roots Podcast is for pastors and church leaders who want to ...

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Music, rides, livestock and Casting Crowns on tap as Missouri State Fair opens this week in Sedalia

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Summer is winding down, but the fun is about to start at the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia. The popular event opens on Thursday. The celebration of Missouri’s agriculture, which dates to ...

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Kansas City selected to host World Cup soccer matches in 2026

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The world is coming to Kansas City in four years. FIFA, the governing body of world soccer, announced the host cities for the 2026 World Cup on Thursday, with 11 U.S. cities, ...

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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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Midwest Christian College Expo is Feb. 26 in Kansas City

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Christian colleges from across the nation will visit Kansas City Feb. 26 for the two-state region’s largest private college fair. The 24th annual Christian College Expo will feature over 50 Christian colleges ...

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Windermere finds new life as ‘Encounter Cove’

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New life has been breathed into the iconic Windermere Baptist Conference Center at the Lake of the Ozarks. The camping and conference facility, popular with Missouri families for decades, had been purchased ...

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Annual ‘Rally and March for Life’ planned for Kansas State Capitol Jan. 25

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Kansans for Life will hold the Annual Rally and March for Life in Topeka on Tuesday, January 25, 2022. The event has drawn thousands in the past. The day will feature numerous ...

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Comet Leonard visible through Christmas

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There’s still time to see the year’s brightest comet but look quick! Comet Leonard was first seen near Jupiter in early 2021 and is on its way around the sun. This ball ...

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‘Overturn Roe’ Missouri rally coincides with Supreme Court hearing case

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A rally in support of overturning Roe v Wade will be held Wednesday, Dec. 1 at the State Capitol in Jefferson City. The “Overturn Roe” event is one of hundreds planned across ...

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Operation Christmas Child accepting shoeboxes through Nov. 23

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Shoebox packers across the Kansas City Metro are blessing children around the world through Operation Christmas Child. More than 4,000 locations, including more than 40 locations in the greater Kansas City area, ...

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Container ship backlog now biggest in history

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The container ship backlog crisis has reached new heights as the largest port in America sets a record. That’s according to Gene Seroka, the executive director of the Port of Los Angeles. ...

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SoCal Harvest gospel stadium event could set pandemic gathering record       

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Few states have suffered more from the pandemic and resulting lockdowns than California. Pastor Greg Laurie of Harvest Church in Riverside, Calif., will bring SoCal Harvest, a message of hope, to thousands ...

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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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Franklin Graham to travel Route 66 sharing message of hope

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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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Missouri State Fair showcases $8 million facility improvements

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Visitors to the Missouri State Fair in Sedalia next month will enjoy about $8 million in improvements to the grounds. This includes campground improvements, brick horse barn upgrades and major renovations at ...

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The Lutheran High School of Kansas City is preparing lives for today, tomorrow and eternity

The primary mission of The Lutheran High School of Kansas City is to guide and mentor students on their faith journeys through adolescence and beyond. Our mission statement “preparing lives for today, ...

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‘Lost tribe’ Bnei Menashe returns to Israel

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The Bnei Menashe has been nicknamed a “lost tribe” and is an ethnolinguistic group in India’s North-Eastern border states of Manipur and Mizoram. They can possibly date their origins back to Old ...

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Navy Week comes to Kansas City June 28-July 4

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The U.S. Navy is making a “port call” in Kansas City for Navy Week, the first in the city since 2015, will take place June 28 – July 4. It concludes with ...

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Search continues after high-rise collapse near Miami

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Hundreds of fire and rescue workers from 18 departments continue to dig through thousands of tons of rubble after the collapse of a 12-story Miami-area oceanfront residential high-rise. The tragedy occurred early ...

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After Facebook ban, Trump launches national tour

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Just days after Facebook banned Donald Trump for an additional two years, the former president has announced he will commence on a national “history tour.” The event promises a “never-before-heard inside view” ...

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Olympics grant China ‘genocide waiver’ as boycott effort grows

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Boycott pressure is mounting on the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics to be canceled or moved over China’s genocide against minority populations. Fueling it is the revelation that the International Olympics Committee (IOC) ...

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Missouri State Fair is a go for 2021

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The Missouri State Fair is a go. A spokesperson for Missouri’s Agriculture Department confirmed on Tuesday that the popular annual event would take place, after a year off during the pandemic. The ...

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