Wednesday, July 31, 2013

Sanders Adoption Updates

From Stacy Sanders

For any of those curious as to how things are going with our adoption go to this website for an update

Thank you everyone :)

Monday, July 29, 2013

Job Postings for Fort Osage R-1 School District

Job Postings for Fort Osage R-1 School District

Job Postings Closing Soon
Jobs scheduled to stop accepting applications between Jul 28, 2013 and Aug 4, 2013.

Substitute Custodian

Paraprofessional - In - School Suspension

Saturday, July 27, 2013

Dean and Patty Eklund's 60th Wedding Anniversary

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Charlie & Susan Booth

Dean and Patty Eklund's 60th Wedding Anniversary

The family of Ordean and Patricia Eklund want to be sure that all their friends over the past 60 years know about their 60th Wedding Anniversary to be held on Saturday, August 10, at the Oak Grove Restoration Branch from 1-4 p.m. Over the years the Eklunds have attended at Oak Grove RLDS, East 39th Street RLDS, and currently Oak Grove Restoration Branch. All are invited to attend.

No gifts please; dress casual.

You may RSVP to Susan at 816-517-4241

Friday, July 26, 2013


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: ron gage


A couple of church guys are looking for side work in the areas of landscaping, decks, privacy fences, some remodeling with drywall and some auto mechanics.

Please contact Ron Gage at 816-726-4600 or e-mail at we also give free estimates.

Thanks and God Bless


Thursday, July 25, 2013

Prayers for Brenda

From: Dwight Elefson

I thought I was being pretty healthy this summer, but it turns out I'm
not. I found a lump under my arm and had a mammogram, ultrasound and
also a biopsy done last Friday. We got some of the results back on

Turns out there is a small cancerous growth in the breast tissue and the
nearby lymph node is also large. Yes, breast cancer ~~--

Saw an oncologist today who helped explain what we should do now. I'll
go for more tests Monday...a MRI, cat scan and bone scan. The surgery
isn't scheduled yet, but I may have a lumpectomy later next week.

I appreciate your love and prayers for us.


RLDS Scriptures and Church Documents

Google Books and HathiTrust scanned church documents

Search, find and print out many Scriptures and other Church Documents at:

Restoration Hymns for Beginning Guitarists

Guitar Hymns
Featuring Restoration Hymns for Beginning Guitarists

Hymn selection and guitar arrangement by Ron Smith.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Brick of Mormon Contest

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Sue G Manning

Brick of Mormon Contest

Hello Friends! We are trying all ways to get this information out to all of the young folks in the restoration. Our Brick of Mormon Contest has been extended to August 8th. Have your Book of Mormon scene or your video/photos to the foundation by August 8th to be eligible for a cash prize. Read the attached flyer for details.
Please forward this on to all families with kids ages 5-16.

We want YOU to design a display made with LEGO®
and characters of your own creation for our Brick of Mormon Stories Contest.

Two categories: 5-10 years and 11-16 years

Each category offers a chance to win:
$50 first place prize and bricks
$25 second place prize (private donations)

Thanks so much,

Dave and Cara Frye - Shower postponed

From: Marilyn James

Re: Dave and Cara Frye

I just wanted to let everyone know that the shower for Jack Frye has been postpone (NOT cancel) the shower on the 27th of July. There has been some red tape legal tie ups and Jack has been returned to South Dakota until these are settled. I would also like to ask everyone for their prayers for Dave and Cara for the strength to get through this and especially for little Jack that he will be comforted until his return. Our love goes out to the whole Frye family.

Marilyn J James

In-home Caregiver available

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Gary Wheeler

In-home caregiver available

In-home personal caregiver available
One of the best there is
Very reasonable rates
Comes highly recommended with decades of experience and good care
Can do personal care and light home making duties
For mentally and physically challenged individuals who need assistance
No heavy lifting
Part time or full time

Keep contact info for current and future reference

Call Joyce Hoff,
Phone 816-812-4985

Monday, July 22, 2013

VunCannon’s 50th Wedding Anniversary

---------- Forwarded message ----------

Our 50th Wedding Anniversary

There will be an Open House to celebrate Barry and Joan VunCannon’s 50th Wedding Anniversary, 2:00 to 4:00 p.m., Saturday, August 10th in the Fellowship Hall at Blue Springs Remnant Church, 5555 NW Valley View Road, Blue Springs, MO 64015.


536-0535 cell

Saturday, July 20, 2013

Pyramid of the Sun tunnel

Pyramid of the Sun tunnel

Would you please post this. The Hill Cumorah Expedition Team (HCET) has conducted exploratory expeditions in the tunnel underneath The :Pyramid of the Sun in Teotihuacan Mexico. These expeditions have culminated in several extraordinary finds. Another tunnel was found under the Pyramid. In this second tunnel was a room full of golden balls and a large amount of their offerings. Unfortunately a cave-in has halted excavation. The umbrella organization to HCET known as Early Sites Research Society has been requested to step in and help with this project. The archaeologist has chosen ESRS because of the trusting relationship that has been developed through the years. This will require commissioning an expert team to travel to the site and evaluate the cave in, how to fix it, and how to prevent another cave-in. The experts and team to do this will cost about $12,000.00 for fees for the consultation, travel and living expenses. If 200 people would contribute $60.00 the cost would not be a burden on any one person. Contributions should be made to Early Sites Research Society or Hill Cumorah Expedition Team. These donations are tax deductible. Mail donations to ESRS PO Box 4175 Independence, MO 64051. For questions contact Neil Steede or David Brown at

Thank you.

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Full Time Accompanist Position

--------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Brian Stuck Personal <>

Full Time Accompanist Position

Please forward this to any pianists you know who are looking for a job. The full-time accompanist position is open at Belton High School - 35 hours a week, full benefits, retirement, and a stipend for the musical.

Apply here:

Salary Schedule (scroll down until you see accompanist):

Thank You
Brian Stuck
BHS Choir Director

Book Of Mormon Round Table

Book Of Mormon Round Table

This Sunday, July 21, 2013 at 6pm


Linda Wilson

“By The Power Of God”

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 rce/rlds / 2 Nephi 31:20-21 lds)

Robyn Mun

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Looking for Small Acreage

...Forwarded Message...

Looking for Small Acreage

A Couple is looking for a place to park a trailer and pasture horses. Willing to do ranch work / property maintenance in exchange for pasture. Both are farriers and daughter is a horse trainer. Both will be looking for work. Please respond via e-mail if anything becomes available. Thank you for any help you can give.

Contact Jennifer at:

Prayers and support for Tony Griffin

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: whistler kenworthy

Prayers and support for Tony Griffin

I’m writing on behalf of a friend of mine, Tony Griffin, who’s had a number of setbacks due to severe health problems. I’d like to ask an interest in your prayers for him and enlist your support in encouraging him as he works to get back on his feet. If you have time, please read what I’ve written below to tell about his story.

I met Tony when I attended Graceland College (now Graceland University) back in the late 1980’s. We both had a background in the Church. I had attended in Rosebud and Marlin, Texas, while Tony had attended the branch in Greenville, South Carolina, where he knew Doyle and Fern Launius. He had also done a summer internship in 1989 in Nauvoo, IL through Graceland and the Joseph Smith Historic Center.

Tony had worked as an Emergency Services Technician (EMT) on ambulances before he started to Graceland, and he was a few years older than most of the guys on our hall. Even so, I felt that he didn’t always get the welcome or respect that he deserved. There seemed to be a spirit of change at work in many at that time that led them to believe that certain views that had once been considered worthy of respect no longer should be. And “being cool” was apparently considered more important by some than actual experience or hard work.

Anyway, Tony was only able to attend Graceland for a couple of semesters-- he had to go back to work to save up more money for school fees. He alternated working with continuing his schooling at other colleges. But then his health developed a very serious problem and he was told that he would have to have open heart surgery for a Cardiac Mitrol-Valve Prolapse, which required installing an artificial heart valve.

After that surgery, Tony lost the factory job he had at the time because of the 3 month waiting time required for his chest to heal after open heart surgery. With his health weakened, he was unable to find another job. After years of delay, he was finally able to get some disability benefits. He had been renting an apartment before the surgery, and had even bought a little bit of land, but after the surgery he was forced to move in with his parents and he lost the land. Eventually, he also developed congestive heart failure and had to have a pacemaker installed to help correct it.

Because of his artificial heart valve, Tony will have to take blood thinner medication all his life. He developed retinal bleeding in one eye, probably due to the blood thinners, and is now legally blind in that eye. Without some time of training or college degree, Tony doesn’t see much prospect for being able to work again or live independently. A few days ago I helped him to put together a campaign on a fund-raising website called Indiegogo in order to try to raise some funds to help him go back to school. If you can, please visit Tony’s campaign page at the link below. I know that times are tough for many of us, and that you may not be able to contribute any funds to him. However, you can still help his campaign to get more attention by “Liking” it (if you have a Facebook account), or by clicking on the “Comments” tab and leaving a positive comment to show your support. That kind of activity will increase the campaign rank on Indiegogo and make his campaign more visible to the general public, which will increase the likelihood that it will come to the attention of anyone who is able to make a contribution. Also, just showing your sympathy and well wishes for Tony will mean more to him than you’ll ever know.

Here is the link to Tony’s Indiegogo campaign:

and his Facebook page is at

If you can’t go to the website (or even if you can), another great way to send Tony an encouraging word or a friendly hello would be to mail him a letter or card. It would really brighten his day to hear from you. Here’s his mailing address:

Tony Griffin
P.O. Box 80351
Simpsonville SC 29680-0006

Thanks for taking the time to read this. Please spread the word to anyone you know who might be interested or able to help. Your attention, thoughts, and prayers are appreciated.

Whistler Kenworthy

CRE sponsored Kirtland Experience for Priesthood

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

Greetings Brethren,

The CRE sponsored Kirtland Experience for Priesthood is set for Sept. 14-15, 2013 in Kirtland, Ohio.

We all know the rich heritage of the church in Kirtland. It was at the dedication the Kirtland Temple in 1836 that the well loved hymn, "The Spirit of God Like a Fire is Burning," was sung for the first time.

We all know the many marvelous testimonies of things that happened in the Kirtland Temple, especially those of the appearance of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.

All priesthood of Restoration Branches, as recognized by the CRE, are invited.

Registration forms are available on line, at
at the CRE office 500 N Union, Independence, MO 64050
or after each Summer Series service.

A complete schedule can be furnished on request when you register.

If you have any questions, email me or call 816-833-6552.

Hope to see you there!

God bless!

In Christ,
Paul J. Gage
CRE Office Manager

Monday, July 15, 2013

Prayer and Fasting for Little Jack

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

Fasting and Prayer for Little Jack and David and Cara Frye

I am Paula Swayne, Jack's Nana.

I have felt strongly led to ask for a 3-day fast in behalf of this situation that Cara Frye wrote about.


I received a call Thursday night that we had to return our new baby Jack, to the reservation as soon as possible. We left that night and got back late Friday evening. Apparently Jack was a ward of the state and was supposed to be staying with his Aunt as the court appointed guardian. Jack's birth mother was never notified and so no one knew that Jack was a ward of the state. No paperwork so far has been found to substantiate this claim. So in the eyes of the state Jack's birth mother had no rights to give him up. We have our tribal attorney working on this situation to either find the state had no rights to the child (by having no paperwork and no notification) or to get custody back. The tribal attorney is expecting this to resolve in about two weeks but there really is no way to know. In the meantime Jack's birth mother is in jail and if convicted will serve two years. Jack is in a foster home.

We need prayers that this is resolved as quickly and painlessly as possible and that Jack is well taken care of during this time.

Thank you all for your support!

Cara Frye


I, personally, will be starting it Tuesday, July 15, at sundown, and going until Friday, July 19 at sundown, and would really like as many as possible to join me. We will be then having a prayer service here at The Mansion House at 2121 S Sterling Avenue, Independence MO 64052 at 7 p.m. in our chapel area.

I have found there is much power in numbers of people praying and fasting together at the same time.

I am not fluent in Facebook, and would not mind if you want to ask others who are like minded to pray and fast for this little guy. If you are unable to come to the gathering here on Friday because of commitments, or because of geographical reasons, we would appreciate your prayers coming together with us at the same time.

Jack's physical health and emotional well being have already improved by leaps and bounds in the short time our children have had him. We were getting ready to plan his blessing when this happened.

Cara and David will be there to update everyone on specifics so we can focus on the needs. We know this little guy has a great work to do for the Kingdom, and to take to his people. David and Cara have a great responsibility which they are willing to do, and we want to stand in the gap, and pray that God's purposes for little Jack be fulfilled.

Chuck Perry said that we know where he needs to be, and I was so pleased to have a witness of that through him....thank you, Chuck.

I know at this time there has been great distress within him.....he bonded so quickly to David and Cara and the rest of his extended family.

Again, do what you can. We appreciate all your prayers in behalf of this child of God

Paula Swayne

Second Amendment in Missouri

--------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Curry Kenworthy

Second Amendment in Missouri

Our second amendment is based on Biblical understanding, just like the other rights which the American founders affirmed came from our Creator. (See Luke 11:21, 1 Sam 13:19, Exo 22:2, Luke 22:36.)

As you know, this year in our nation and here in Missouri, there was quite a struggle over the right to defend our homes, families, and liberty! That right has been preserved at the national level, and a few days ago our state governor signed a law (SB 75) that makes schools safer and prevents abusing and misusing the data collected for Missouri carry permits.

However, the other half of our state's legislative effort this year is still at risk! HB 436 was vetoed by the governor. It is a very special bill to help protect the citizens in Missouri against any actions that could infringe on the second amendment, and requires judges and officers of the law to actively defend our rights! It would also make carry in our state safer, more comfortable, and more commonplace by enabling the use of holsters statewide for those with permits.

If you care about this God-given right and would like to see more protection for it, please CALL your state representatives and senators to "override" the governor's veto on "HB 436". The bill passed by an overwhelming majority, but overrides are more the exception than the rule, so they would still need to hear from many of us in order to ensure that it becomes law.

Boys Day Camp at Owl Hollow Farm

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

Boys day camp at Owl Hollow Farm July 15-19 from 9-2. Cost is $10 a day. Outdoor hiking, horse play with a mini donkey and mini horse, picnic lunches provided. Boat races with the sailboat you will build. Wear long pants and tennis shoes for hiking. Share a fun learning experience in the great outdoors.

Contact Cathy White for more details. 816-668-0926

Cathy White

Sunday, July 14, 2013

Free Piano

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Jami Lane

Free piano and bench to anyone who wants it. In NE independence. Whoever wants piano must make all moving and transportation arrangements. Missing left pedal and in need of a good piano tuning.

Saturday, July 13, 2013

Situational Awareness and Safety Seminar

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

Situational Awareness and Safety Seminar
Thursday July 18 or Thursday July 25, 2013 7:00pm-8:30pm
201 W Lexington, Independence, MO Rm # 300
RSVP to or 816-353-6826

A donation of $10 per person is requested and includes my 35 minute DVD on Situational Awareness. The DVD has been shown in part on Channel 9 TV during various safety spots.

Due to the rash of armed robberies at the Independence non-profit Fire Works Tents over the holiday week Bruce is offering the seminar to those who may be working in non-profit public or retail settings especially during Holiday times.


Situational Awareness and the Blessings of Time and Distance
The signals of Aggressive Body Language
What to do when witnessing an attack: Top to Bottom/Outside In
Assertiveness and how it can stop a potential attack
Non-Lethal Defensive tools and strategies to stop an attack
Bruce Luedeman holds a Masters Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Northern Colorado and served many years as a Colorado Police Officer, Supervisor and Academy Trainer. After retirement he worked six years for FEMA as a Disaster Site Security Manager and Violence in the Work Place Prevention Educator.

Friday, July 12, 2013


----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Judi faunce


This is a volunteer position with no compensation in this life, only in the hereafter…

Qualifications: spiritual approach to the fundamentals/offensive & defensive systems
of volleyball.

Come mentor the golden eagles of 2013!

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Washer wanted

Washer wanted

In need of a good used washer at reasonable price, if you have one your getting rid of please call the Huntsuckers at 510-8397 or 392-0842


Family in need of financial help

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Matt Fleming

Family in need of financial help

Dear Friends,

We feel that over the past few years, the Lord has been calling our family and preparing us to start a farm to provide for ourselves and others in the days ahead. We would like to build our own home and are looking for land in Zion to start this farm. We have a very specific plan of what we are going to do, including a detailed budget, plants and animals and how to raise them according to God’s design, and lists of all the things that we need to accomplish this. We feel a sense of urgency that we need to start now; however we don't have enough money to do this without assistance. We do feel that in doing this we should not go into debt to the world or our enemies. Instead, we have decided to ask for financial help to build our home and farm from our friends, family, and any saints who are willing and able to help. If you desire more information, please contact us.

God Bless,
Matt & Stephanie Fleming

(816) 726-9537

Wednesday, July 10, 2013

Babysitting Opportunity

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Jami Lane

Babysitting Opportunity

We are in need of a Nanny at our office, which is out of the business-owner’s home. We are looking for someone who can work starting around 8/19 and work Monday – Friday from 7:45am – 5:15pm. There will be 2 toddlers, and 2-4 babies. They are already on a fairly regular schedule that they are used to, all food will be provided, and the moms of all the kids work within the house and can be available at any time. We are looking for anyone that would be available to work 1 – 5 days, so it doesn’t have to be one person full time, if there are a couple of people that are looking for part-time work, a couple of days a week.

*give thanks in all things*

Kangen Water ionizer for sale

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

DXII Kangen Water ionizer for sale: $1500
Nearly new condition.

Previous owners: Elderly couple purchased in January, 2008. Didn’t tolerate the water well.

The DXII sells new for $3200 for a total of about $3350 with tax and shipping. This model creates all seven grades of water and has a high ORP of over -760 with Independence water.

Excellent for personal use, or as a loaner for 30 day free water trial.

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

Update from the Philippines

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Kreg Levengood

Update from the Philippines

We visited a new village today, probably close to a hundred there. We each shared the gospel, then a Philippine member that was with us asked if there were any sick that wanted administration. A lot of the crowd moved forward with their chairs, so much serious sickness. Probably had 25 to 30 administrations, more than 10 had vomiting blood, not sure what causes that but it was almost an epidemic. They did tell us they are lucky to eat once a day, sometimes several days between meals. I'm glad we brought a lot of food to have lunch with them. several of us didn't eat so the villagers could have more food and they could keep the leftovers. 4 or 5 more asked for administration after lunch. I doubt any of them ever saw a white person before!

We then went to a smaller branch, around 30 there, some non members, taught gospel and did more administrations. One guy was a minister in another church that got an administration. I am running out of oil. We then came back to Tagum for a baby blessing. Just got in, another very long but rewarding day. Prayers for strength for all of us are needed. I'm glad I got to come, we are taking turns on everything and still get wore out. Dan Brotherton and Roger Graybill would have been overwhelmed if Steve Ferguson and I didn't come.

We are going into the mountains tomorrow and staying the night. So I won't be able to send any messages for a couple days. Everyone's prayers are desperately needed, so much work to do and I want my mind to be sharp, but it is hard when you are exhausted. Give everyone my love.

Kreg Levengood

Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Looking for Work - Carpenter

Lance Hall is looking for work as a carpenter or construction work. He has been out of work for a length of time, that he is now in dire circumstances. He does not build houses, but has been a carpenter, helping build business buildings and schools. The same applies to the construction work aspect. He also is a cook, and has his food handlers permit (and some delicious recipes!). Do you know anyone who could help Lance? He is a good Christian man, except that he does continue to smoke. If anyone can hire him on a temporary or permanent basis, please call him at 816-533-2341. He desperately needs work to earn some money.

Monday, July 8, 2013

Lydia Brady Birthday Celebration

There will be an Open House to celebrate Lydia's birthday
2:00 to 4:00 p.m., Saturday, July 13
at the Fellowship Hall - Remnant Gathering Place
2820 M-291 Frontage Road
Independence MO


Sunday, July 7, 2013

FREE Books

--------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Tura

I have a few books I am wanting to clear out.
Most are dealing with home organization.

FREE FREE FREE 816-520-9930

The Sidetracked Sisters Catch Up On Catch Up On the Kitchen

I'm Okay But You Have a Lot of Work To Do

Confessions of an Organized Home Maker

Getting More Done In Less Time

The Messies Manual

Messi's No More

Sink Reflections

More Hours in My Day

The Creative Home Organizer

Organizing Plain and Simple

Organized at Last

The Blessings Workbook and the Blessings Book

How to Listen to God

Creative a Counterpart also Created Counter Workbook

You're Born an Original Don't Die a Copy

Women Mentoring Women

Patsy Clairmont Normal Is Just a Setting On Your Dryer

Patsy Clairmont God Uses Cracked Pots

In His Steps

Friday, July 5, 2013

Colbern Road Restoration Revival

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Stuart Gage

Dear Saints,

My name is Stuart Gage and I am a priest at Colbern Road Restoration Branch. I am also the chairman for the Evangelism Committee. I am sending this email because we are hosting a preaching series in August and we would like to invite all of the surrounding branches to join us. The series will begin on Sunday Night August 4th and will be taking place at Waldo during the summer series. Elder Brian Herren from Salem, Oregon will be the speaker. Song Service starts at 6:00 pm and preaching at 6:30 pm. The Series will continue Monday the 5th through Wednesday the 7th and those nights will be held at Colbern Road Restoration Branch. Song service will begin at 6:30 pm and preaching will follow at 7:00 pm. Brian Herren will also be preaching these evenings. We are trying to accomplish an old time preaching series like the church used to have and would like to encourage participation from all who desire to come and be Spiritually fed. Please post the attached flier at your branch and also please announce it at your upcoming Sunday morning services between now and then. Also please feel free to announce it in your bulletins. We are truly looking forward to a great series and an excellent turnout.

Kindest Regards,
Stuart Gage
Feel free to call with any questions

Priesthood Meeting, Prayer Service, and Classes

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Jay Huffman

Priesthood Meeting, Prayer Service, and Classes
at Farview - Saturday July 20 9:00 AM

UNTO All Men

Hello all – I have attached the announcement for the Concerned Priesthood meeting scheduled for July 20th . Please pass this on via email or regular mail to those in your congregation or in your area.

I hope to see all of you there as it promises to be a real opportunity to sit in the presence of the Holy Spirit.

We look forward to the ministry of the High Priest.

In Gospel Bonds

Learning From Young Atheists: What Turned Them Off Christianity

Learning From Young Atheists: What Turned Them Off Christianity

By Eric Metaxas , Christian Post Contributor

July 2, 2013|10:10 am

It's something most Christian parents worry about: You send your kids off to college and when they come back, you find they've lost their faith. The prospect of this happening is why many parents nudge their kids towards Christian colleges, or at least schools with a strong Christian presence on campus.

But in many ways, the damage has been done long before our children set foot on campus. That's the message from a recent article in the Atlantic Monthly.

Read more at:

Thursday, July 4, 2013

Please Pray for Alta Short

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Jay Huffman

Saints and friends -

Alta Short was in a serious car accident this afternoon but is doing remarkably well.
She is at Centerpoint - room 402.

I do not have specific injury report status, a few things have been suggested but nothing confirmed as of this email.

Clyde Noren and I did visit her and administer to her. Your prayers would be appreciated.

The next day or so will determine the Lord's blessing to her, but she has been so blessed already.

In Gospel Bonds

Pray Request for Isaac Akers

Pray Request for Isaac Akers

7 year-old, Isaac Akers, has been diagnosed with Cancer.
Isaac is in a lot of pain.
Please pray for God's blessing on him and his family.

This from Joy Muier

Caregiving Job Needed

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Terri Gard

Caregiving job needed

As I was driving to work this week, I felt I-70 looked like it was slow going so I took the back roads to Independence.

I saw a young lady with her son walking on the sidewalk, on RD Mize Road, and the Lord impressed upon me strongly to pick her up. I did a U-turn and she seemed very grateful for the ride. She was going to the Independence Center to get a bus ride to the city.

While talking to Shaneika, I found out she has her CNA certificate and is getting certified in CPR. She stated she is also a caregiver (as I am)

but cannot find a job. I told her about a Christian e-mail group and that I would be happy to put my testimony and her name and number on the e-mail. (Shaneika is a believer and even told me she attended a Baptist church...) She had to sell her car as it was not running right, but said she would be able to get a ride to a job.

If you feel impressed by the Lord's spirit that this person can help you, please give Shaneika a call. Her phone number is 816-645-9866.

God Bless,
Terri Gard

Run For Their Lives!

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Restoration for Life

Run For Their Lives!

Run For Their Lives 5k walk/run is coming up on July 20th! Register now!
You can view the informational flyer here.
Visit Run For Their Lives on Facebook here.

This run benefits Advice and Aid Pregnancy Center and Show Me 4 Life. Hope to see you there!

Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Free Honey Bees

Free Honey Bees

Free Honey Bees. Must be removed from tree at Meadowview Gardens, Bates City, by July 12.

Call Nancy Vogel, 304-8126

Opt out of Government Online Spying

Opt out of Government Online Spying

This is about alternative programs you

can use for internet, email, etc. which do NOT participate in the government spying on our personal correspondences.

Or so they say. At this point all we can do is take their word for it until proven otherwise (or take it to the Lord).

Go to this site for more information:

Also use

instead of Google or Yahoo

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

$5.00 Book Sale—July, 2013

$5.00 Book Sale—July, 2013

(36 Titles of RLDS Books)

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

There is no need to buy extra books in order to purchase these for only $5.00 each.

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

Anthony, Joseph H., Birds of a Feather, Lamoni, IA, hard, 325 pages

Atkinson, Mabel Sanford, The Land Shadowing with Wings, 1952, hard, 270 pages

Butterworth, F. Edward, The Sword of Laban (Volumes 1, 2, 3) , 1969, 1970, 1971, hard, 120, 152, 191 pages

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

Collins, Barbara Lee and Hale, A New Concordance of the Doctrine and Covenants, 1992, soft, 455 pages

Edwards, F. Henry, A New Commentary on the Doctrine and Covenants, 1977, hard, 565 pages

Edwards, Paul M., Our Legacy of Faith, 1991, hard, 335 pages

Galbraith, Madelyn, Feather in the Wind, 1952, hard, 332 pages

Hanson, Paul M., Jesus Christ among the Ancient Americans, 1959, hard, 204 pages

Hartshorn, Chris B., A Commentary on the Book of Mormon, 1964, hard and soft, 504 pages

History of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (Vol. 2-6), 1951 and later, 680‑823 pages, hard

Holmes, Reed M., The Forerunners, 1981, soft, 280 pages

Hymnal for Youth, 1951, hard, 395 pages

Hymnal, The, (the “gray hymnal”), 1956, hard, 582 hymns

Milner, Winifred M., Light from the Dust, 1971, hard, 455 pages

Oakman, Arthur A., God's Spiritual Universe, 1962, hard, 188 pages

Oakman, Elva T., and Lillie Jennings, It Can Be Fun! 1948, hard, 218 pages

Preston, John, Peter Bosten, Lamoni, IA, 1915, hard, 352 pages

Ralston, Russell F., Fundamental Differences, 1960 and 1963, 244 and 318 pages, hard

Renfroe, Z. Z., Sent Forth to Witness, 1977, private, hard, 440 pages

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

Sanford, Mabel A., Joseph's City Beautiful, 1939, hard, 207 pages

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

Smith, Elbert A., Blue Pencil Notes, 1942, 192 pages, hard

Smith, Elbert A., Brother Elbert, 1959, hard, 438 pages

Smith, Elbert A., On Memory's Beam, 1946, hard, 350 pages

Starks, Arthur, A Concordance to the Book of Mormon, 1955, hard, 501 pages

Starks, Arthur, A Concordance to the Doctrine and Covenants, 1961, hard, 218 pages

Starks, Arthur E., Concordance Supplement for the Inspired Version, 1962, hard, 231 pages

Stowell, Addie Spaulding, Return Unto Me, Pageant Press, NY, 1957, hard, 209 pages

Stowell, Addie Spaulding, The Walls of Zion, 1953, hard, 416 pages

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

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

Whiting, Biloine, and Josephine Skelton, North of Heaven, 1948, hard, 303 pages

Paul V. Ludy
3209 Quarry Road, Bates City, Missouri 64011
(816) 210-8450

Sky Blue - Needs Work

Sky Blue - Needs Work

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Again; his name is Sky Blue.