Friday, May 31, 2013


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From: Michael Brown

Central Missouri Reunion


Dear saints,

Preparation for the 2013 Central Missouri Reunion is already
underway. We anticipate the 2013 Reunion will be a rich
experience and encourage all who might be considering this
opportunity of joining with their brothers and sisters in the faith
for the purpose of worshiping and meeting their Heavenly Father
while strengthening the bonds of fellowship, to spend much time
in prayer and meditation concerning one’s attending Reunion.
The 2013 Central Missouri Reunion is June 15-22 at the Odessa
Hills Campgrounds located approximately 3 miles north of Odessa,
Missouri. Our Reunion theme this year is: “Created in Christ”
(Ephesians 2:10).

Please register for Reunion as soon as you know you are coming.
Pre-registration helps us keep our costs low and to staff and
prepare food for the Reunion appropriately. There are limited
cabins, housing, and camper spaces. We will make every effort to
accommodate any special needs that are listed on the registration
forms on a first come, first serve basis.

Registration forms have been distributed to each congregational
pastor for those interested. You can also register on-line at:

I look forward to seeing you at the 2013 Central Missouri Reunion!

Michael Brown—Reunion Director


2013 Central Missouri Reunion
June 15-22
Ephesians 2:10

Saturday: Elder Michael Brown
“Created in Christ—being transformed by the renewing of our minds”
Romans 12:1-2

Sunday AM: Elder Kevin Anderson
“Created in Christ—washed white in the blood of the Lamb”
Alma 10:1-5

Sunday PM: Elder LeRoy Shoemaker
“Created in Christ—clothed in white raiment”
Revelation 3:5

Monday: Elder Karl Anderson
“Created in Christ—to eat of the hidden manna”
Revelation 2:17

Tuesday: High Priest Steve Bohall
“Created in Christ—to be a pillar in the temple of God”
Revelation 3:12

Wednesday: High Priest Marlin Guin
“Created in Christ—having our whole bodies filled with light”
Doctrine and Covenants 85:18

Thursday: Elder Leonard Brown
“Created in Christ—speaking with the tongue of angels”
II Nephi 14:3-4

Friday: High Priest Cloyce Coffman
“Created in Christ—to eat of the tree of life”
Revelation 2:7

Brown 3 drawer Secretary

Brown 3 drawer Secretary

I want to donate this piece of furniture at no cost. I just need to make room for another piece of furniture in its place.

Contact Joan at:

Shout Out Independence - One Week Away!

Shout Out Independence - One Week Away!

Dear Friends –

I hope this finds you all well. You have probably heard a lot recently about an event called Shout Out Independence (SOI). You might be wondering what all the fuss is about, so here’s the low-down…

Why I’m involved

Several months ago, I was asked to be on the committee for this event, and it’s been fun to see all the behind-the-scenes work that has gone on. It reaffirmed what I already knew – there are so many people in our city that work tirelessly to improve our community and are overflowing with community pride. Before I knew it, I was also asked to emcee the event, so now I’m fully committed!

What is it and why?

As you probably have experienced firsthand, Independence has allowed a few negative things in its past to dictate its public perception. The reality, as I know you appreciate, is that Independence is a wonderfully vibrant community with a rich past and bright future. The perceptions that some people have are just that – perceptions. If we are ever to really change how people perceive Independence, we must constantly share all the positive things going on in our community. We must Shout Out Independence!

Shout Out Independence is an event that has one goal – to display our community’s pride in our hometown. That pride will be on display, and people will be encouraged to continue to display that pride going forward and shout out about the good in Independence. Additionally, it coincides with the launch of Independence’s new branding efforts. Attendees at SOI will be the first to see the new branding logo – a brand that displays the pride and character of its citizens. We’re expecting about 1,000 people at the event!

So, what goes on at Shout Out Independence?

At the event, there will be several things to do. For kids, there are several activities including an obstacle course, local sports mascots, a bounce house, balloon animals, and face painting. For teens and adults, a local band will be playing and several local organizations will have booths about opportunities for people to be more involved in all the good going on in Independence. Plus, the whole family can color their own summer travel companion, Flat Harry! This all starts at 5:30 p.m.

About 6:00 p.m., in the Pharaoh Theatre parking lot, we will debut a movie that stars Independence residents shouting out about why they love their city. We’ll have a short presentation about how everyone can participate in these efforts going forward, and we’ll finish with the grand reveal of Independence’s new branding logo.

After the main portion of the event is over, there will be time to continue visiting with local organizations, time for kids to participate in the kid-friendly activities, or just enjoy a great evening on the Square. At about 8:45, we’ll kick off summer with a 7-minute long professional fireworks display, and immediately following that is the first free Thursday Moonlight Movie on the Square (Madagascar 3).

Time/Place/Learn More

Again, the event starts at 5:30 p.m. at the Pharaoh Theatre parking lot (Liberty and Maple). The best parking spots are the public lots at Truman and Osage (Diamond Bowl), Kansas and Osage (Courthouse Annex), or Truman and Main. You can learn more at or I’ve also attached an event flyer.

If you’re as proud of our city as I am, and you know you are, I hope to see you and your family in one week! Don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions.

Doug Cowan

Doug Cowan

Community Services League
404 North Noland Road
Independence, MO 64050

(816) 912-4484 (Direct)

Thursday, May 30, 2013

Materials Needed for RCI Camps

Dear Saints,

My Wife and I are directing the RCI Tiona girl's camp this summer. I would like to build some team-builder challenges for the camp. They would be things that can be used in future years. Maybe you have a few materials leftover from a deck project - any amount will help. I will come and pick-up any donation. I am specifically looking for the following items:

2"x6"x4'-8' length PT (Pressure Treated) Boards
5/4"x6"x8' PT Decking
4"x4"x8' PT posts
2"x4"x8' PT and non PT boards
Landscape Timbers-8ft long
Deck Screws
3/8" rebar - any length

Thank You
Brian Stuck

RCI needs Paint

The RCI Leadership Camp for this summer are in need of any paint that people may have that they could donate. We need the primary colors.

Outside paint or tempra paint.

Contact: Katy Allinder

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

Music Session ?

Music Session ?

Checking to see if there is any interest in having a group come together to play music on Friday nights just for our own entertainment. Gospel, Country or Bluegrass is what I know best. I'm not on a professional level but do enjoy music. I play the guitar, mandolin and harmonica. Keeping it informal and come if you can is what I had in mind.

I live in Independence in the Englewood area. For details call me.

Don Johnson
(816) 888-0814 (cell phone)

Monday, May 27, 2013

In Home Care Needed

In Home Care Needed

81 year-old RLDS couple in Independence MO are seeking in-home care. Wife is bedridden which requires lifting on/off bed pan, feeding and companionship. Husband (church Elder) is able to care for himself but needs assistance for wife.

Please contact Dale at 795-0633 for details.

Saturday, May 25, 2013

Printer / Twin Loft Bed Frame

Printer / Twin Loft Bed Frame

I have a couple of things for sale.

Used HP LaserJet 4200 printer (used price approx. $100), and brand new HP 38A toner cartridge (genuine HP, unopened package, price $150). Cartridge capacity is approx. 12,000 copies.
I’m willing to sell them together to someone for $75.

Twin loft bed frame, solid construction, dark stained wood finish – basic college loft bed, with two level safety rail on one side.
Plans are available for additional accessories (
Materials cost $200-300
Willing to sell for $90 (no mattress)

Contact me at or 816-797-2330

Friday, May 24, 2013

Help a scout become an Eagle

Help a scout become an Eagle AND support the Odessa Hills Campground!

My name is Michael Ward, and I am a scout in Boy Scout Troop 216 at South Chrysler Restoration Branch. I am working on my Eagle project: building three fire pits in the existing campfire areas, making campfires safer and more enjoyable.

I am in need of funds for the project's supplies. If ten people could donate fifteen dollars, that would cover the cost. OR if fifteen people could donate ten dollars... so whatever you are able to send would be appreciated.

If you are interested in helping out, please send a check to the caretaker's address:

Howard Parker
6505 Odessa Hills Road
Odessa Hills MO, 64076

Please make the check out to "CMRB" (Central Missouri Restoration Branches).
Please note on memo line: "Michael Ward's Eagle Project"

It would be helpful if you could email a note to me ( so I know your check is on the way, and can expect to receive it.

If the funds exceed the expenses, the extra money will go to the campgrounds.

Thank you for helping me become an Eagle Scout.
Michael Ward

Thursday, May 23, 2013

Prayer Request from Rachel

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From: E Pearson

Hello Saints,

I (Elizabeth Pearson) am passing along a prayer request from one of my cello student's families. Rachel is the mother and she asked me to share their need with my praying friends.
Below is her message:


Dear friends and prayer warriors,

My husband John has a mass on his kidney. The Dr's believe it is probably malignant. He will go into Liberty hospital on the 30th. At that time they will do a procedure to block blood flow to his kidney and on the 31st they will remove the kidney, urethra, and the mass. He has had scans on his lungs and bones and there is no metastasis. Fortunately there will be no chemo or radiation as it is not effective for this type of cancer. He will be on a drug therapy and will have CAT scans every 3-6 months for a while to see if there is any recurrence. I ask that you keep me, John, Jenna and John Jr. in your prayers. We have really good insurance and John has 26 weeks of temporary disability so the finical burden is bearable.

Yours in Christ,

Request Prayers for Bob

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From: Pat Johnson

Request for Prayers


Bob, a friend of Don and Pat Johnson, has huge financial problems because of heart attack related medical problems. Stress brought on by heart attack and existing diabetic situation and now the financial is overwhelming.

Due to a change in jobs the new company insurance doesn’t become active for another 30 days.

Prayer Warriors would be appreciated for physical healing and clearness of thought in decisions to be made on financial problems.

Thanks so much
Don and Pat Johnson

Update on Moore, OK Saints

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From: paul gage

Update on Moore, OK Saints

Dear Saints,

Thanks for your prayers and concerns regarding the Saints in Moore, OK.

I received an email from Elder Bill Canfied, pastor of the OKC Restoration Branch. He indicated that of the 4 families living in Moore, that his family and one other sustained no damage to property or body. One family is O.K. physically, but lost their home. They are covered by insurance. The status of the fourth family is still unknown.

Feel free to circulate this as you desire.

God bless,

Waldo Give-away

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From: Jacob Roberts

Waldo Give-away

The Waldo Avenue Restoration Branch will be holding their annual Give-away. The set-up day is Wednesday, May 29th beginning at 8 A.M. We welcome any donations from the Saints. If you wish to donate you can bring your donation to the west gym door and someone will be there to help you unload. We accept clothing, dishes, household items, bedding, toys, craft items, and furniture.

The Give-away will be from Noon to 6 P.M. on Thursday; 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. Friday; and from 9 A.M. to Noon on Saturday. This a missionary outreach to the Saints and to the community. We thank you for your support.

Rebecca Griffin
(816) 254-0610

Wednesday, May 22, 2013

Truck Needed

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From: Jared Lind

Looking for a Truck

Our SUV is in the midst of going kaput! We are looking to replace it with a truck. We'd like to keep it under 5,000. It must have four wheel drive so my wife can drive it during the winter. We are looking for a well maintained and good working order truck. Our preference is a Ford or Dodge, but we will entertain any offers.

Year of the truck does not make a difference. We are looking for quality and stability.

Jared Lind

Free Piano

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From: Bruce Luedeman

Free Piano

Bradbury console piano, free.
Fairly good tune at the moment.
Built in the 1940’s.
Decorative wood trim on the back makes a nice living room piece.

Muriel Luedeman

Sander's Adoption Fundraiser

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From: Stacey Sanders

Hello Family and Friends,

We are excited to share an opportunity with you that will help us to fundraise for our adoption as well as benefit those who make a thoughtful contribution in our support. As you all know, we are adopting a four year old boy from Guangdong, China, who has a medical need that necessitates his adoption process expedited so he can have surgery before the summer is over. In order to alleviate a portion of the cost, we have partnered with Coupaide to jumpstart a fundraising campaign that will give us the chance to reach out to family, friends, friends of friends, and so on. Coupaide offers $50 certificates for only $20! Half of each sale will go towards our adoption, which has the potential to make a great difference in regard to the overall cost. offers certificates for thousands of restaurants in cities all across the United States. These certificates make great gifts, never expire, and can be used immediately upon your donation.

There are three ways you can support our fundraising campaign:

1.) Purchase a certificate on our personalized Coupaide website.

2.) Purchase a gift card from Stacey or Richard Sanders, or Michelle or Nathan Sherer.

3.) Forward this e-mail on to friends, family, co-workers, and neighbors – help us to share our story and bring Mason home!

We thank you for your support and we invite you to check out our campaign!

Richard and Stacey Sanders

P.S. Bao Fuyu will become Mason Bao Fuyu Sanders in about 6-7 weeks. His adoption is being expedited due to him needing to have a heart surgery before the summer is over which has left us very little time to raise the money to get him home. We know that God would not have ask us to do something and not provide the way. God has given us many testimonies over the years with all of our adoptions and Mason’s is no different. We would be happy to share them with you or you can read about our journey to Mason on our blog at:


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: paul gage


Dear Saints,

It would be such a great help in planning for the reunion/conference June 23-28, 2013, if you could register.

This greatly helps with planning for meals and classes for children and youth.

You can register on line at the CRE

and/POZ websites.

You can also drop by the CRE office M-W-F from 10-4 and register there.

Melchisedec priesthood planning to attend the CRE need to register separately from the reunion registration.

Office hours beginning June 3-June 21, 2013 will be 8:30 am-5 pm Monday through Friday.

Many thanks and God bless you

In Christ,

Paul Gage Reunion and Conference Manager

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

Apartment needed

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Looking to rent basement/apartment

Linda Heisner, Age 62 is looking for a small apartment or basement apartment to rent. She is extremely neat and tidy and doesn't mind painting and general cleanup to make the space cute. She has a small budget, but is earnestly in need of her own space.

If you know of a place, please contact Linda at 816-650-5409.
Thank you

Rental House needed in Independence MO

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From: Troy Lassen

Rental House in Independence MO area

Looking for any available rental homes under $900/month in and around Independence, MO for my brother, wife and girls...

They would like to possibly move here from Ohio given the right circumstances.

If you know of any other resources to accommodate this need, it would be greatly appreciated!

Troy Lassen

Monday, May 20, 2013

Anyone doing a Garage Sale

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Bruce Luedeman

Anyone doing a garage sale?

Anyone in Independence doing a garage sale soon? I have several things to sell but not enough for a sale of my own. I will have my things priced and initialed. I can stay to help part time. I will take away the remaining items at the end of the sale.

Muriel Luedeman

Sunday, May 19, 2013

Warning - ABC Family - 'The Fosters'

New ABC "Family" show 'The Fosters'
is based around a lesbian couple

The Fosters; a series which tells the story of a lesbian couple and their diverse family. The comedy-drama is about two women raising a "21st-century" multi-ethnic mix of foster and biological children.[10][11] The conservative anti-homosexual group One Million Moms condemned Lopez and the show, encouraging audiences to boycott it.[12] The group are against foster care and lesbian themes, stating: "While foster care and adoption is a wonderful thing and the Bible does teach us to help orphans, this program is attempting to redefine marriage and family by having two moms raise these children together."[13]

Read more at links below:

Housing needed

Housing needed

Four College Girls in Kansas City need summer housing thru early August.

Their summer Host Family housing fell through.

They need a place to stay.

They can pay rent.

Contact: Brenda Pinon at 575-973-5647 ASAP

Thank you and have a blessed day!
Prestige One Landscaping
816-564-6940 (cell)
816-796-7548 (office)

Saturday, May 18, 2013

CPRS Uniform Pieces for Sale:

CPRS Uniform Pieces for Sale:

Tan pants: 14 reg. $8; 14 Slim $8; 26x30 $3 (Stains of cuffs)
Navy pants: 16 $7; 18 Slim $9

White Shirt: Boys 4/16 $5

Oxford Blue Shirts: Boys 10 $4 (Minor Side Seam Flaw); Boys 10 $5; Boys 12 $5

Red Polo Short Sleeve 10/12 $5
Navy Polo “ “ 14/16 $5; 10/12 $5

Gym Shorts: Youth S $3; Youth L $3 (These two pair of shorts look the same size though they are different labels.
Gym Shirt: 14/16 $3

Muriel Luedeman

The best part of life is when family members become your friends and friends become family.

O, Lord, bless us richly, let your hand be with us, enlarge our coasts,
And keep us from evil.
I Chronicles 4:9

Muriel WinnLuedeman

Friday, May 17, 2013

Cat needs home

From: Sharilyn Truba

Cat needs home

We have a stray cat that we have been babysitting for nearly a year. We guess her age to be between 18-20 months old. She is an all black beauty! We have taken her to the vet and she has been spayed. She is so sweet but we have to find a home for her as our older cats are insanely jealous and have attempted to really hurt her. We call her Tinker Bell. We would like to place her in a home preferably with an older couple or an older person without children that would give her the kindness, time and love that we have given her and spoil her a bit. She eats nearly any type of cat food, is potty trained and likes to get out for a breath of fresh air for about an hour a day, but is basically an indoor cat. She is well behaved and very shy at first but will make up to you. We would be willing to give the person that she ends up with her kitty litter tray, and some cat food to start her off in your home.

Please call and talk to either Vince or
Sharilyn at 816.519.1522

or email us at
Vince and Sharilyn Truba

Fundraiser Breakfast for Sanders Adoption

Saturday May 18th, 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. at Saints Haven Restoration Church in Atherton MO.

Biscuits and Gravy/Bake Sale Fundraiser for the Sanders Adoption.

Hope to see you all there.

Stacey Sanders

New Study Group in North Carolina

From: Duane and Janellen Cappo

New Study Group in North Carolina

We're trying to get the word out to the center place restoration branches that a study group has been formed near Raleigh/Durham North Carolina. Our first meeting will be a class and pot luck picnic Sunday, May 26th at the home of:

Duane and Janellen Cappo
310 Nantucket Drive
Cary NC 27513-2216

If you know of a family or friend in the vicinity of Raleigh/Durham who would like to attend this informal gathering of saints, please contact either Lauren and Daniel Smith at 660-238-2069 or the Cappo's at 919-651-9023.

If you know someone in the area could you assist us in spreading the word we would appreciate it.

The Cappos and The Smiths

Garage/Moving Sale

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Gary R. Toms

Garage/Moving Sale

As we have sold our home and are moving to a condo, we are having a garage sale to eliminate some of the accumulation . . . that seems to happen when you aren't looking!

Friday and Saturday,
May 17th -- 18th, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.
Sorry, no early opening, no early sales.

We are still digging, but items to be offered may include:
Patio furniture, small gas grill, refreezabel ice packs, styrofoam chests
Shelves, file cabinets, microfiche readers
Fan with thermostat, floor lamps, table lamps, lampshades, framed prints, throw pillows
Large stoneware urn planter, flower pots, misc. from garden shed
Yard and garden tools, yard cart, lawn sprinklers, hoses
Yard/garden sprayer, various yard chemicals
Rabbit wire, hardware cloth
Two metal trellises, one brass tower, the other green flat style
Some hand tools, plastic buckets
Toolboxes, one small steel and one large Rubbermaid
Overhead projector (folding portable type), projector screen, 2 x 2 format slide projector
Electric gristmill / flour grinder, "Magic Mill"
Folding child's picnic table, Hotwheels, a few toys
Assorted household goods, too numerous to list
Antique piano stool, rotating, painted ivory
Various collectibles
Hammered dulcimer by Breezy Ridge with case and stand
Banjo with case, stand, and more
Bird cages and nesting box
Three antique quilts, two with provenance
Collection of small American Indian and MesoAmerican pottery pieces
Framed and unframed prints, picture frames
Office supplies and partitions, steel typing stand, legal-size file cabinet with lock
Hanging organizer for office cubicle
Iridescent blue porcelain dishes; Victorian coffee set, Majolica pitcher (has chip)
Silverplate flatware service for 12, "Manhattan" pattern (1951)
Assorted silverplate flatware, "Manhattan" pattern (1932)
Assorted small hotel and airline collectibles
Some books, maps, and paper items
Steel desks, rough but functional; we used one for folding table in laundry, other for storage in shed
Extra drawers and drawer blocks and Formica tops, various sizes, from desks, etc. Good for workbenches, shop storage, craft cabinets, etc.
Computer bags, suitcases, etc.
eMac computer
Hanging file racks and folders, magazine and literature holders/sleeves, binders notebooks, personal organizers
Cell phones, chargers
Misc. power supply cords, two computer scanners, etc.
Plastic housewares, Tupperware, Corning Ware
. . . and anything else we find in the next few days that we don't want to pack.

2804 S. Maybrook Ave
Independence MO

four blocks east of Quik Trip from M-291 on Gudgell, just past Blackburn School, then turn south on Maybrook to 2804 (near the end of the street on the right).

Thursday, May 16, 2013

Moving to Missouri

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Sonia Greyeyes

Moving to Missouri

Hello friends and family, we are moving from Arizona to Missouri and we are in need of a three bedroom rental house. My husband also needs a job. He is a carpenter with 25 plus years of experience. He also does remodeling and painting. Can you please keep our family in mind if you hear of anything. We have to move before the August.

Thank you!!
Sonia Greyeyes :)

New Study Group in North Carolina

From: Duane and Janellen Cappo

New Study Group in North Carolina

We're trying to get the word out to the center place restoration branches that a study group has been formed near Raleigh/Durham North Carolina. Our first meeting will be a class and pot luck picnic Sunday, May 26th at the home of:

Duane and Janellen Cappo
310 Nantucket Drive
Cary NC 27513-2216

If you know of a family or friend in the vicinity of Raleigh/Durham who would like to attend this informal gathering of saints, please contact either Lauren and Daniel Smith at 660-238-2069 or the Cappo's at 919-651-9023.

If you know someone in the area could you assist us in spreading the word we would appreciate it.

The Cappos and The Smiths

Garage Sale

From: David Mefferd

We will be having a garage sale this Thursday (5-16) through Saturday (5-18).

123 E Walnut St
Independence MO

Items include:

A brand new only played 20 minutes
wooden Leblanc soloist clarinet
Kitchen Aid mixer with 3 attachments

a few dishware sets (forest green, navy blue, white with design corell)

5 mega pixel digital concepts camera,

Cannon AE-1 film camera,

a couple of cell phones (one sprint, one straight talk),

decorative pictures (mostly beach..... some city scenes) and wooden signs with fun sayings,

celebrity pictures/autographs,

sports autographs,

professional photographs taken by David (royals, awesome nature pics, wizards, cardinals,etc)

clothes (mostly women's, some men's, a few baby)

stuffed animals

and several other items...
David and Maeanna Mefferd

Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Small Tilling Job

Small Tilling Job

I need a tiller and/or someone who can till a strip of ground 3’ x 47’.


The best part of life is when family members become your friends and friends become family.

O, Lord, bless us richly, let your hand be with us, enlarge our coasts,
And keep us from evil.
I Chronicles 4:9

Muriel WinnLuedeman

Owl Hollow Farm

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Cathy White

Tax Deductible donations to Owl Hollow Farm

Owl Hollow Farm is a non-profit children's equestrian program in need of several items. If you have any of the following in good working order please contact Cathy White 816-668-0926

Items needed:

•Riding lawn mower
•28 bushel manure spreader
•4"x4"x 8' wooden fence posts
•Heavy duty 6' t-posts
•Solar powered electric fence generator

Thank you so much!

Cathy White, Co-founder/President

Baldwin Organ to give-a-way

Baldwin Organ

Organ to give-a-way Everything works as far as we know.

See the attached pictures of the organ and the spec page.

There is a bench.

Call Barry at 816-536-4176

Tuesday, May 14, 2013

House For Sale

House For Sale

501 NW Manor Dr
Blue Springs, Mo 64014

3 Bedroom
2 Bathroom
1,786 Sq Ft
2 Car Garage
Blue Springs Schools

Click on the link below to view photos and more information on

Monday, May 13, 2013

Fort Osage School - Job Listings

Fort Osage School - Job Listings

Job Postings for Fort Osage R-1 School District

Fort Osage R-1 School District

Job Postings for Fort Osage R-1 School District

Recently Posted Jobs

Below you will find a list of jobs posted between Mar 24, 2013 and May 13, 2013.

Job Posting Title Job Category
Certificated Teacher - Special Education Certified Apply Now
Title I Reading Teacher Certified Apply Now
Certificated Paraeducator - Special Education Classified Apply Now
Adult Education Evening Secretary Classified Apply Now

Job Postings Closing Soon

Jobs scheduled to stop accepting applications between May 13, 2013 and May 20, 2013.

Job Title Job Category
Certificated Teacher - Special Education Certified Apply Now
Title I Reading Teacher Certified Apply Now
Certificated Paraeducator - Special Education Classified Apply Now

Lost Secrets of Ancient America

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Bernard Pearl

The Lost Secrets of Ancient America, with Josh Reeves - Promo

Published on May 30, 2012

Digital downloads and DVD and Blu-ray now available at my website.

Please visit

Josh Reeves is an everyday guy who has dedicated his life to finding the hidden truths of our world.

Funded solely by his internet followers, Josh is on a personal quest to uncover the true ancient history and forgotten past of the Americas, and the world. Josh has been broadcasting his internet radio show, the global reality, for nearly 5 years, and brings a lifetime of independent research to the table.

Investigations will include the ancient and mysterious rockwall of Rockwall Texas, a 20 mile site buried underground that could be one of the oldest civilizations on earth, the mound builders and giants in ancient America, as well as the cultures and technology that existed farther back in antiquity than we are told, and much more.

Josh is striving to bring history and archeology to the people in a "do-it yourself" fashion, outside of the typical "official story" of academia.


Saturday, May 11, 2013

Book Of Mormon Round Table

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From: robyn mun

Book Of Mormon Round Table

Day & Time: Sunday, May 19th, 2013 at 6pm

Speaker/Presenter: Ralph Williston
Theme: “More Mysteries & Discoveries”

Location: See you on floor “A” of Stone Church!
1012 W. Lexington Ave., (lower north parking lot)
Independence, MO. 64050

Let Us Endure To The End….
(2 Nephi 13:30-32 rlds / 2 Nephi 31:20-21 lds)
Love, Robyn Mun

Fundraiser/Bake Sale

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Stacey Sanders

Please announce it at your churches tomorrow.

Thank you so much.

Sanders Biscuits and Gravy Breakfast Fundraiser/Bake Sale

Saturday, May 18th 7:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.

at Saints Haven Restoration Branch
300 Chicago Street
Sibley, MO

Our son Mason has been told he has a family coming for him. We were told he was so excited to know he had a family coming to get him. He needs to have open heart surgery this summer before he turns five years old so his adoption is being expedited which has not left us much time to raise funds.

Please share this event with your family and friends.

You can follow our progress at

Friday, May 10, 2013

Reunions and Conference

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: paul gage

Dear Saints,

We are just around the corner from the beginning of another reunion season. I hope you will attend as many as possible, at least for a class or sermon. We in the Center Place are blessed that we have close access to 6 of the 12 Restoration Branch reunions.

If you have not registered for the reunions you plan to attend, now is the time. All contact information is listed in the Jan-Feb issue of Tidings of Zion or you can contact the Conference of Restoration Elders office M-W-F from 10-4 (816-836-3421 or toll free at 877-748-8947for details.

I would encourage each pastor to promote all the reunions even though you may have your preference of your own branch reunion.

This year I am serving as manager of the Restoration Branch Family Reunion and Conference of Restoration Elders June 23-28, 2013 in Independence, MO at CPRS/Waldo.

Early registration helps the staff plan for food service, children's and youth classes, etc. You can register for this reunion on the CRE or POZ websites. You can also send in your registration forms which were included in the most recent issue of Tidings of Zion. Melchisdec priesthood planning to attend the CRE Conference need to register separately from the reunion registration.

We encourage all the Saints in the Center Place to support this reunion/conference as much as you possibly can. If you have extra housing facilities that you might make available or know of someone coming who needs housing, contact the CRE office

Anyone desiring a display table for the Restoration Branch Family Reunion/CRE Conference should contact at 816-833-6552 or by email no later than June 15, 2013.

God bless and I'm looking forward to seeing YOU at a reunion.

In Christ,
Paul Gage
Manager Restoration Branch Family Reunion/CRE Conference

Thursday, May 9, 2013

Drury University Plans for Central Independence

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Bruce Luedeman

Drury University Plans for Central Independence

Saturday, May 11th, 9:00am – Noon,

The Palmer Center, 218A N. Pleasant Street, Independence MO 64050

Come and see the proposal ten Drury University architectural students have prepared for the area between the Square and the National Trails Museum. These third year students were invited to visit Independence with the task of developing a plan that would link the courthouse with the museum, taking into consideration our city’s history and important contributions, creating a destination for visitors and a viable, livable, attractive area for business and property owners alike.

This plan is only a proposal of what could be done. It is not what will happen, but what might be done in a small or large way. The Independence City Development department will take these plans into consideration as they think about what we want Independence to look and feel like in 20 to 30 years.

Drury U. has done projects like this for 54 cities across the nation and they have seen 12 major projects completed using their plans. City planners for Springfield, MO used one of the students’ projects to revamp their central city park.

This is the final of three presentations. Many of the ideas are very stimulating and quite doable. It was enticing to see the possibilities. I encourage you to come and see what they have done for us.

Muriel Luedeman

Wednesday, May 8, 2013


I presently have 10 sets of RLDS Church History to sell at $50.00 per set (8 volumes).

These all have dark blue covers; they will be mixed from various printings; some will be much more worn than others; some will be like new. Several designs were printed on the spines over the years. Some have inclusive dates; some say "Herald" at the bottom; some say "Herald House" in upper and lower case letters; some say "HERALD HOUSE" in all capitals; and some include a logo with an "h" inside a box.

USPS Media Mail shipping is $10.00 for the set. If you are in the Independence/Blue Springs area, I will deliver for $1.00. Sales tax in Missouri is $2.93.

I also have quite a few individual volumes available. If you already have part of the Church History volumes and need only the books to complete your set, I have Volumes 2-6 for $6.00 each and Volumes 1, 7 and 8 for $10.00 each.

This offer is good through June 30 or while supplies last.

E-mail or phone (816) 210-8450 to order.

================== or
Thousands of RLDS-Related Books are available. Please check my
website listings; then e-mail or phone with your orders or questions.
Paul V. Ludy, 3209 Quarry Road, Bates City, Missouri 64011
(816) 210-8450

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

Moving to Independence MO

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Sonia Greyeyes


The Greyeyes family are considering moving back to the Center Place - Independence, MO. We are in need of a rental house and my husband needs a job. He has 25 plus years of carpentry experience, and has all the tools he needs. Also he knows concrete/rebar, and a little bit of everything, painting drywall. He would rather work inside but would work outside if needs be. Please keep us in mind if you hear of anything. We need to move before August 2013 and before school starts.

Sonia Greyeyes
1-928-814-4145 anytime


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Paula Swayne

Hi, Just thought you would be interested in this class. I was approached to have this class here at The Mansion House, because it is a neutral setting. Hope you can make it. I think it should be interesting.

Tell your friends, and let's see what this is all about.....

If I have already sent this to you I apologize. I also noticed a "typo" so this is the only email that has it corrected.

Looking forward to seeing you...


II Nephi 12:17 says, “.....they are led, that in many instances they do
err, because they are taught by the precepts of men”

Where do some of the traditions in the restoration
movement come from?

Ever wonder if we have been taught things exactly as
they happened?

In fact, have you ever wondered if anything has ever
been left out....or added?

Is it possible we have embraced anything taught to us
by the precepts of men?


If so, come to this class with your scriptures and an
open mind...

The Mansion House Chapel, 2121 So Sterling Avenue
Every Friday evening starting 5/17/13 from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Teacher: Brother Elmer Rawlins, Elder

Directions: go to (do not email us from that
site, as it is not working right now....or call Paula Swayne (816)

The Rapture Theory

The Rapture Theory

From: Hans Hansen

Within Christianity today there is a great break between those who believe that rapture will occur prior to the tribulation period. However, according to the Scriptures, Christians must go through the tribulation period. For you do not know what the rapture is. It represents Jesus Christ scooping up the Saints and taking them to heaven before the tribulation starts. The rapture isn’t something new. It goes as far back as 1791 A.D. when the Jesuit Lacunza a.k.a. Ben- Ezra changed the interpretation of the Apocalypse in 1791 under the disguise name of the Ben- Ezra, a pretended Jewish convert to Christianity as stated by the Rev. C, Maitland, author of the oppressed Alex School of Interpretation 1849. The unscriptural doctrine of the rapture continued down the line when a woman in England had a vision. She told it to two ministers and they continued in on although church history will show that such a theory has only come into prominence over the last 150 years, Today it is spreading like wildfire, and books and even films, and accounts for the teaching in 90% of full Gospel and fundamentalists Churches and Bible Colleges, worldwide. Thank goodness that it hasn’t touched the great Restoration Movement. Therefore, that is our duty as students of God’s prophetic Word to examine this doctrine of the rapture and ask ourselves is it scriptural? Once again, I must say that the rapture theory was virtually unheard of and untaught until around 1830, It is essential to examine its originality first. Such a teaching was unknown to the early church fathers e.g. Justin Martyr, Irenaeus, and Tertuillian, who were convinced that the Christian church would pass through great tribulation before the return of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.

Furthermore, the rapture theory, and that’s what it is, a theory and the Rev. Edward Irving translated Lacunza’s “Ben-Ezra” works into English and changed the interpretation of Daniels and revelations in 1826 and 1827 A.D. in 1832 A.D. Irving founded the Catholic Apostolic Church. However the Rev. Edward Bickersteth gave warning 100 years ago in which he said; “the variety of new systems of the Apocalypse is a serious evil, and it is hoped that the present list of books may help to check this evil. Men of talent and imagination, and piety, are in danger forming to themselves a system of the Apocalypse, without any careful study of even leading writers, who have gone before them. With great ingenuity they turn the figures of this book to their own views, and build up a beautiful theory; parts of which may indeed be true; but not having cautiously gone over the groundwork nor duties nor considered the research of their predecessors, they lost the benefit of gathered experience, and the church lost that full benefit, with their ability and petty directed to the elucidation of this book, might have imparted. Warning against false prophets in Matthew 24:21 through 24:21-24 may teach both authors and reader the dangers of a false interpretation of prophecy, calculated to deceive the very elect.”

Quoted from Page 379 in the 1839 edition of Rev. Bickerteth book on the Prophecies.

Furthermore the rapture theory was never taught by the great stalwarts of the Reformed Faith i.e. Hess, Wycliffe, Luther, Calvin, Knox, Cranmer or even by the Wesley brothers in the 18th century. From where did this teaching

come from and novel idea arise? At the time of the reformation, the first Protestants widely believed and taught that the papacy was antichrist and the Roman church, the Harlot system of revelations 17. It therefore became necessary for certain Roman theologians to take the pressure off the Pope by inventing a new school of prophetic interpretation now known as Futurism. It was a Jesuit priest named Ribera (1537-1591) who first taught that the event prophesied in the books of Daniel and Revelation would not be fulfilled until 3 ½ years at the end of the age when an individual world dictator called antichrist would arise. The Ribera laid the foundation of the system of headache interpretations of which the rapture has now become an integral part. Nevertheless, in spite of the effort of false prophets like Ribera and Cardinal Bellamine it was not for another 2 ½ centuries that the Jesuits fable begun to gain acceptance by Evangelical Christians. In the early 19th century Futurism entered the bloodstream of

Protestants pathetic teaching by three main roads: grow day; – – – a Chilean Jesuit priest, Emmanuel Lacunza wrote a book entitled “the coming of Messiah in Glory and Majesty”’, and in its pages taught the novel notion that Christ returns not once, but twice, and at the first stage of his return he “raptures” His church so they can escape the rain of the future antichrist”. The rapture doctrine was given a second door of entrance at the time by the Ministry of one Edward Irving, founder of the so-called Catholic Apostolic Church. It was in Irvings’s London church in 1830 that a young girl named Margaret McDonald gave an ecstatic prophecy in which she claimed that there would be a special secret coming of the Lord to “rapture” those awaiting His return. From then until his death in 1834, he devoted his considerable talent as a preacher to spreading the theory of this “secret rapture.” And plan see your Road see would be that it was necessary for Jesuitry to have the third door of entrance to the reformed fold and this they gained via a sincerest Christian, J. And. Darby, generally regarded as the founder of the Brother Church. Darby attended the number of mysteriously organized meetings on Bible prophecy at Powercord in Ireland., And at those gatherings he learned about the secret rapture. He carried those teachings back into the brother incurred and hands into the hearts of Evangelicalicalism. With the new veneer of being scriptural that teaching spread and was later popularized in the notes of Dr. Schofield Reference Bible. So today the three major theories of Roman 11 has corrupted the prophetic teachings of almost all the fund a mentalists world.

But there are so many scriptures that refute any teaching whatsoever of the so-called rapture of the church. Our beloved Lord said: “but know this, that if the good man of the house had known in what watch the thief would come he would have watched and would not have suffered his house to be broken up. Therefore, be ye also ready for in such an hour as ye think not the Son of man will come. See Matthew 13:41; 24:43, 44; Luke 12:39, 40. And in first Thessalonians 4:16 we read ”the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout with the voice of the arch Angel, and with the trump of God.” There’s nothing quiet about his coming. In Revelations 16:15 we read “behold I come as a thief, blessed is he that watches.” And it is important that in both of these instances just quoted the secrecy is in connection with the timing not the nature of the event, and it is exactly the same in the other “texts” text. In second Peter 3:30 we read “the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night.” Here again it is the element of surprise that leads to the use of the thief as a symbol. Peter himself finished this very same “thief text” by saying that it the time of the Lord’s coming: “the heavens shall pass away with a great noise.” Nothing secret about this coming as thief and after all didn’t Paul tell us “but ye brethren are not in darkness that, that day shall overtake you as a thief.” In First Thessalonians 5:4; Matthew 13:49 tells us “So shall it be at the end of the world (Age) for emphasis the Angel shall come forth and sever the wicked from the just. The sounds like the wicked are going to be raptured out first. In the last verse that I use in John 17:15 Jesus prays this prayer to his Father “I pray not that thou should take them out of the world, but that thou shouldest keep them from evil” Surely our Lord promises to be with us not till the secret rapture but to the end of the Age.

Sunday, May 5, 2013

House and Acreage - For Sale

From: Adrienne and Phillip Keranen

House and Acreage - For Sale
in the U.P. of Michigan

We have a home for sale! 3000 sq ft, 5 bedrooms, huge kitchen and dinning room that fits my 10 foot table with room lots of room to spare! Large laundry room first floor, a walk in two room pantry to die for, two stair cases, one from the living room and another from the living room, a spare room for office or guests, a walk through room upstairs, (possible seven bedrooms if these two had had closets) two full baths, original wood floors throughout most of the house, no carpet, cellar, 2 basements, 2 car garage, deck on out the kitchen, big old porch in the front, play house, 5 acres, mountain view. 6 miles from Houghton. $179,900.

See listing at:

Saturday, May 4, 2013

On My Honor Boy Scout Gathering

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: B Lair

On My Honor Boy Scout Gathering and Simulcast

Calling All Scouters!

A special gathering for all current and previous scouters who are opposed to the proposed BSA policy changes regarding membership for homosexuals will be held at Devon Park Branch this Sunday evening, May 5th, starting at 5:30 p.m. This gathering will feature a national simulcast of guest speakers including Texas Governor Rick Perry. Please come and show your support for the true ideals of scouting! Following is the address for the location of this event:

Devon Park Branch
824 East Devon
Independence MO 64055

Following are links with more information regarding the organizers of this event:

Fraud Alert

We have a report that someone posing as Herald Publishing House or Community of Christ Seminary Press has made phone calls to members. The individuals ask if the members would like to purchase books and then collect credit card info over the phone.

This is a scam. Herald House is not operating a phone marketing campaign. Please do not give out any personal information over the phone. If you or someone you know has received a call, please contact your credit card company to determine if the account has been compromised.

If you would like to order books from Herald House or Seminary Press, you can order securely through

Friday, May 3, 2013

Car needed

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Pure Water Oasis, Inc.

Car needed

We are needing either a good, inexpensive, used car to buy or the possibility of a loaner car for our daughter for 2 months. She is at Castlewood Treatment Center for Eating Disorders and in two weeks she is required to have a car. She will be in a transitional part of treatment where she will be staying at an apartment and will need transportation from there to the Treatment Center every day.

Thank you,
Penny Curtis

Job Opening at CPRS

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Center Place Restoration School

CPRS Job Opening

Center Place Restoration School is accepting applications at this time.

Please see the attached flyer for details.

Center Place Restoration School is currently accepting
ELEMENTARY TEACHER applications for the upcoming

2013-2014 school year.

Scheduled work hours will be Mondays through Fridays from
7:45 a.m.—3:45 p.m.

Those interested in applying should stop by CPRS during our
office hours (Monday—Thursday from 8:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m. /
Fridays from 8:00 a.m.—3:30 p.m.), or call to schedule an

The deadline for applications is Friday, May 10.

(816) 252-1715

Thursday, May 2, 2013

$3.00 Book Sale

$3.00 Book Sale
May, 2013

Nearly 100 Titles of RLDS Books)

This offer is good through May 31, 2013, or while supplies last.

There is no need to buy extra books in order to purchase these for only $3.00 each.

E-mail to or phone (816) 210-8450 now.

Anthony, Joseph H., Birds of a Feather, 1978 reprint, soft, 325 pages

Book of Mormon Stories for Beginning Readers, Ludy & Associates, 2011, soft, 98 pages

Brockway, Edith, The Golden Land, 1968, hard, 160 pages

Butterworth, F. Edward, Adventures of a South Sea Missionary, 1961, hard, 217 pages

Butterworth, F. Edward, Roots of the Reorganization—French Polynesia, 1977, soft, 266 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Humor in Gospel Living, 1978, soft, 153 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Meet Them in the Scriptures, 1960, hard and soft, 242 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Scriptures from Ancient America, 1964, hard and soft, 368 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Spiritual Health, 1966, hard, 412 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Spirituality in the Space Age, 1962, hard, 264 pages

Cheville, Roy A., They Made a Difference, 1970, hard and soft, 350 pages

Cheville, Roy A., Through the West Door (Graceland College), 1946, hard, 327 pages

Cheville, Roy A., When Teen-agers Talk Theology, 1968, hard, 445 pages

Children’s Hymnal, 1957, hard, (with blue covers), 200 pages

Church, Olive, A Time of Rebellion, 1968, hard, 283 pages

Church and Evangelism, The, 1941, hard, 406 pages

Cole, Clifford A., The Revelation in Christ, 1963, hard and soft, 346 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, Commentary on the Doctrine and Covenants, 1954, hard, 447 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, The Life and Ministry of Jesus, 1950 and 1962, hard, 390 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, Missionary Sermon Studies, 1940, hard, 310 pages

Edwards, Paul M., The Hilltop Where (Graceland College), Venture Foundation, Lamoni, IA, 1972, hard, 190 pages

Farrow, Percy E., God's Eternal Design, 1980, soft, 316 pages

Galbraith, Madelyn, There Is a Book, 1971, hard, 309 pages

Galbraith, Madelyn, Village in the Sun, 1975, 261 pages, hard

Gilberts, Helen, Sariah, 1970, hard and soft, 320 pages

Gregson, Louise Clark, Book of Mormon Story and Color Book (various volumes are available—ask for the ones you want) Gregson's Storybooks, Independence, MO

Gregson, Louise Clark, Stories of the Scriptures of Ancient America (various volumes are available—ask for the ones you want) Gregson's Storybooks, Independence, MO

Griffiths, Iris, The Vindicator, 1977, soft, 214 pages

Ham, Wayne, Man's Living Religions, 1966, hard and soft, 327 pages

Ham, Wayne, Publish Glad Tidings, 1970, hard, 444 pages

Hartman, Frances, Poetic Voices of the Restoration, 1961, hard, 227 pages

Hartshorn, Chris B., The Development of the Early Christian Church, 1967, hard, 341 pages

Hunt, Larry E., F. M. Smith: Saint as Reformer (Volume 1), 1982, soft, 219 pages

Hunt, Larry E., F. M. Smith: Saint as Reformer (Volume 2), 1982, soft, 488 pages

Hymnal, The, (the "gray hymnal"), 1956, hard, 582 hymns (fair condition)

Hymnal for Youth, 1951, hard, 395 pages

Hymns of the Saints, 1981, (burgundy) 501 hymns, hard

Jordan, Doris N., Strength for the Journey, private, 1996, soft, 438 pages

Kelley, Edmund G., The Making of a Frontier Missionary (William H. Kelley), 1980, soft, 192 pages

Kelley, William H., Presidency and Priesthood, undated reprint of 1908 book, soft, 486 pages + index

Kingdom of Heaven is Like, The, 1954, hard, 231 pages

Lea, Leonard J., Views from the Mountain, 1961, hard, 220 pages

Montgomery, Jo, To Serve with Love, 1974, hard, 253 pages

Mulliken, Frances Hartman, A Restoration Heritage, 1979, soft, 240 pages

Phillips, Emma M., Dedicated to Serve, 1970, hard, 211 pages

Preston, John, Peter Bosten, 1978 reprint of 1918 book, soft, 352 pages

Prince, Gregory A., Having Authority, 1993, soft, 99 pages

Ralston, Russell F., Fundamental Differences, 1960, 244 pages, hard

Reece, Colleen L., Fourth Generation P. K., 1981, soft, 144 pages

Reece, Colleen L., Sanctuary, 1983, soft, 136 pages

Revell, Roger A., Hymns in Worship, 1981, soft, 224 pages

Rules and Resolutions, various years, hard

Ruoff, Norman D., (Ed.), Witness to the World (Testimonies from Restoration Witness), 1967, 216 pages, hard

Ruoff, Norman D., comp., Testimonies of the Restoration, 1971, hard, 203 pages

Russell, Naomi, Light from the Valley, 1979, soft, 200 pages

Russell, William, Treasures in Earthen Vessels, 1966, hard and soft

Saints' Herald Reader, 1955, hard, 350 pages

Saints’ Hymnal, 1933 (with blue or purple covers), 442 hymns, hard (fair condition)

Salyards, Christiana, The Enduring Word, 1942 and 1944, hard, 400 pages

Sanford, Mabel A., Joseph's City Beautiful, soft, 207 pages

Shute, Dr. Wallace Beresford, Christus (A Play), 1971, hard, 247 pages

Shute, Wallace B., Terra Nova (A Play), 1988, soft, 114 pages

Smith, H. Alan, Our Heritage of Humor, 1982, soft, 320 pages

Snethen, Otis, Echoes of the Valley (Poetry), private, 1979, hard and soft, 275 pages

Stienon, Elaine, Lightning in the Fog, 1977, hard, 235 pages

Stienon, Elaine, Utah Spring, 1979, soft, 224 pages

Taylor, Bessie May, Spiritual Destiny (Poetry), 1979, private, hard, 396 pages

Thomsen, Blaine C., The Ammonite, 1979, soft, 294 pages

Tickemyer, Garland E., Story Illustrations for Church and Home, 1961, hard, 176 pages

Tinkham, Ruby, The Unwilling Saint, 1959, hard, 160 pages

Tracey, Florence, Riches Untold, 1933, hard, 262 pages

Troeh, M. Richard & Marjorie, The Conferring Church, 1987, soft, 232 pages

Updike, L. Wayne, Ministry to the Bereaved, 1973, hard, 109 pages

Walter, Gladys Mae, The Solid Rock, 1941, hard, 240 pages

Walton, Eugene, God Is Alive, 1970, hard, 252 pages

Weldon, Roy E., and F. Edward Butterworth, Book of Mormon Deeps (Volume 1), 1977, private, hard, 356 pages

Weldon, Roy E., and F. Edward Butterworth, Book of Mormon Deeps (Volume 2), 1978, hard, private, 341 pages

Weldon, Roy E., Book of Mormon Deeps (Volume 3), 1979, hard, private, 350 pages

Weldon, Roy E., Other Sheep, 1955 and 1958, soft, 136 pages

Weldon, Roy E., Tantalizing Glimpses—Faint Whispers, 1991, private, soft, 39 pages

Weldon, Roy E., The Book of Mormon Evidences Joseph Smith a Prophet, private, 1970, 30 pages, soft

Weldon, Roy E., The Bible Points to the Book of Mormon and the New World, private, 1969, 30 pages, soft

Weldon, Roy E., The Book of Mormon Story in Pictures, 1968, private, soft, 34 pages

Wellington, Paul A., ed., Challenges to Kingdom Building, 1968, hard, 380 pages

Wellington, Paul A., ed., Readings on Concepts of Zion, 1973, 316 pages, hard and soft

Who's Who in Service, 1977, hard, 164 pages

Yale, Alfred H., Life and Letters of Paul, 1959, hard and soft, 304 pages

Yarrington, Roger, The Auditorium, 1962, hard, 92 pages

Go to to see lists of thousands of RLDS books available.

================== or
Thousands of RLDS-Related Books are available. Please check my
website listings; then e-mail or phone with your orders or questions.
Paul V. Ludy, 3209 Quarry Road, Bates City, Missouri 64011
(816) 210-8450

Washing Machine needed

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Steven Schultz

Washing Machine needed

Widow with child on SSDI needs a good Washing Machine after hers died.

There are other expenses which we are trying to handle.

Please contact Elder Steven Schultz 816-223-3968.

Thank you!

Kingdom Builders Youth Rally

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Linda Trimble

Kingdom Builders Youth Rally

The last Kingdom Builders youth rally for the school year will be this Sunday, May 5th at Living Hope (2425 S Crysler in Independence). Living Hope's Zion's League will be in charge of a campfire outdoors weather permitting or indoors if winter weather returns, Come join with your brothers and sisters in Christ in worship, fun and fellowship.


Help for my son's Robotics Team!

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Diane Ward

We have an urgent request! My son's robotics team, Metro Homeschool Robotics, needs a new HOME ASAP.

We were just given word that the space we moved into just last month now has been leased and we are to vacate the space in two weeks. With such short notice and no where to go, we are asking if you know of anyone who would be willing to donate space for the team. The basic requirements are that it is about the size of two double garages, has power, water, parking for about 20 during off hours (nights and weekends) and no mold. We hope that with all the empty buildings around, we will be able to find something soon.

If you know of someone that might be able to help, PLEASE let me know ASAP~

Diane Ward at
Thank you!