Monday, June 30, 2014

Clayton Foss - June 29 and 30

June 29
Nothing new to report this morning. We had a good day yesterday. Both of us were really tired last night, but got a good rest and enjoyed watching the sunrise while I cooked his breakfast bedside. Heading to the shower soon. I have been cleared to get him transferred to the shower bench by myself, so this will be our first all by ourselves. Clayton is looking forward to that. It is interesting the things you have to do when you are in the hospital, but we have nothing but good things to say about the care and people who work here. Have a blessed day. Our prayers are with each of you on this Sabbath Day.
Love, Glenda

June 30
Ready to start another week. The weekend was mostly restful. I fixed him an omelet this morning. Hoping for a great week of hard work in therapy. Will keep you updated if there is any changes. Have a blessed day.
Love, Glenda

Let Freedom Ring Kids’ July 4th Parade

Just a reminder.


Let Freedom Ring Kids’ Parade

9:30am Friday, July 4th

Emmanuel Baptist Church Parking Lot

23rd Street and South Main

The parade starts promptly at 10:00am



Put on your Red White and Blue

and dress up your bikes, scooters, and wagons

Scoot, pedal, and walk to the square for a cool treat



Ivan Bird will drive a flatbed trailer with straw bales

for those who wish to ride




Law Office Receptionist Needed

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: 'Paul Davis'

Independence, Missouri Law Building is seeking a dependable receptionist to work 8AM-5PM M-F Duties include, but are not limited to: answering a multi-line phone system, greeting the clients, booking firm's conference rooms, personally handling managing owners calls and messages, and must be able to handle multiple requests and activities simultaneously. Must be intelligent, well-spoken, and poised with a polished appearance. The primary focus of this position is to provide exceptional customer service at the front desk through telephone and email communication and greeting clients in person, as well as performing various administrative duties. Applicant must be able to pass a drug screening.

Send résumé to:
lindsey@springstreetlaw.net

RESPONSIBILITIES & TASKS:

Answer phones
Greet guests
Sort and distribute mail
Maintain lobby
Water plants
Lock side doors
Monthly Billing of Tenants

FOR SALE: Beautiful Retreat in Ozark Mountains 9

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From:
Kenneth Uptegrove
uptegrove_kenneth@yahoo.com


FOR SALE: Beautiful Retreat in Ozark Mountains 9

..
Beautiful Ozark Retreat
~For Sale By Owner~

Home, Income Property, Ministry Retreat, Homestead, Hunting Retreat, Preppers, Christian Community, Orchards, Raise Animals or just get off the Grid:


160 fenced acres covering the whole mountain, located on the Ozark Plateau near Mountain Home, AR.
There are 3 living quarters, plus 4 R.V. Spots, Bath House, Cabin, 5 sheds (w/electric) and a fenced chicken coop (w/light), on 160 fenced acres and two small ponds.
This mountain retreat has two wells, and three septic tanks. Already set up with water, septic and electric, this 160 acres is ready for you to build your dream home, or live in the beautiful 3 bedroom 2 1/2 bath home already here.
Next to the 3+ bedroom home is a 1200 sq ft building that can be another home, a meeting room, exercise room or hobby room. Who knows, maybe even a restaurant.
A quarter mile to the East is the Campground with Cabin, bath house and 4 'full hookup' RV spots.
A quarter mile to the West is the 30 x 50 barn.
On the South side of the barn is a 500 sq ft apartment for renters or guests.

Please check all the below pictures and descriptions of the properties and the beautiful mountain.
This beautiful retreat has been a place for pastors, evangelists, missionaries, teachers, and ministers of the gospel to come for refreshing and restoration.
Whether you want it continue as a minister's retreat, a quiet place for your home, a business opportunity, a hunting retreat, or finally have that space you have dreamed of for "homesteading", "farming", a place where the whole family can come for vacations or to rally your family around with their own home, with 160 acres, the possibilities are limitless and this is the place.
There are at least 3 pastures on this mountain, for orchards, animals or building. The top is 30-50 acres of pasture with the sides in gentle sloping thick woods. The gentle slopes provide level places for expanding living areas or dreaming potentials.
From the top of the mountain, looking South, the view is as far as you can see. Looking to the North are more mountains, (gentle rolling hills) full of lush woods and pastures.
This is an excellent choice for the homesteader or naturalist looking to do your own thing. There is room for goats, chickens, cows, llamas, anything you want. The gardening and building possibilities are endless.

WHERE WE SHOP AND ABOUT THE ROAD TO THE RETREAT
The owners do their shopping in Mountain Home which is about 22 miles from the retreat. The closest WalMart is there. It takes about 20-30 minutes to get there unless Farmer Brown is on the road, then about 30 - 45 minutes. The retreat is only about 7 miles from Missouri and about an hour from West Plains, Mo.
Mountain Home, is about to open a Hobby Lobby and supposedly is building a Target also. It is a growing town.
The 2 miles of gravel road to the retreat, and the 1/2 mile gravel lane, straight up to the home will be a big attraction to some folks and a big turn-off to others. If you are looking for some isolation and seclusion and game, this is an excellent choice for you.

The Main House
Situated in the middle of the mountain, you will find your new home, a 2200 sq ft manufactured home with 3-4 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. Featured with a new built in sound system, a new double oven, a new side by side refrigerator, and a new dishwasher.
The master bath has a whirlpool tub, a separate shower, a private area for toilet, double sinks, cabinets and a window.
Master bath and bedroom windows have shades that you can pull from the bottom up or from the top down.
This home has a 52 ft covered front porch and a 24 ft covered back porch. Behind the home, there are existing vegetable beds, storage sheds, optional places for friends to park an R.V. or set up tents, and lots of room for orchards and vineyards.
There is a barn with an apartment, approximately 1/4 mile West of the main home and a campground approximately 1/4 mile East of the main home. Plenty of room for visitors, family or customers, giving them the privacy they deserve.
Next to the main home is a 1200 sq ft room that could be used for a hobby area, meeting room or use your
imagination.
.
6 Raised beds and 3 sheds behind home.
Wild turkeys behind home.
Two of the three storage sheds are cedar lined with shelves and all three have electricity.
Yes, those are wild turkeys in front of the three sheds!
..

Next to the main home is a 1200 sq ft room that could be used for a hobby area, meeting room or use your imagination.

http://www.zoemountainretreat.com/images/Front_of_meeting_room_with_coop_and_well_house.gif


. Wood Burning Fire Place Laundry Room with toilet

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Apartment and Barn
The 30 x 50' barn offers even more potential. The barn area is an open, (approximately) 30' x 30' space, excluding the Apartment, leaving lots of room for shop, animals, hobby, storage, etc.
This is the entry and patio to the spacious 500+ sq ft, two room apartment with living and kitchen area, bedroom, closet (with shelves), and a full bathroom with linen space. There are lots of cabinets in the kitchen area. This apartment can be a rental space for hired help, a mother in law quarters, rent for extra income or just having that special place for guests and/or customers. (The apartment has a drain in the floor. It originally was built to be a milk room for goats, but it turned out to be too pretty to NOT use for guests).


What you don't see is the bathroom, and the closet. Doors to both are in this bedroom.
The apartment is heated with space heaters and cooled with a window air conditioner.
The windows have waffle shades for heating and cooling efficiency.

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Campgrounds
The campgrounds has 4 spots, one is a wheelchair accessible concrete pad equipped with it's own propane hook up. One has a meter. All 4 spots have full hookups with 35/50 amp electric, septic and water. There is a large propane tank equipped to refill camper's propane tanks.
By the campground there is a "HIS and HER" bath house each side with two toilets, a shower and sink. Between the two is a laundry room providing every convenience for the camper.
Next to the bath house is a small cabin with two lofts and room for a futon and a kitchen area, close enough to the bathroom for all your water needs.
It will be easy to find tent spots on our Mountain, either by the bath house or secluded places for the person wanting the solitude.


Entry to RV Spots Bath House facing RV

Storage shed could be turned into a cabin One of the four RV pads .

Cabin with loft by bath house

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Local Attractions
Our lovely mountain is located in part of the beautiful Ozarks Mountains of Arkansas, and is considered one of the best vacation spots in the country. Mountain Home is the nearest town of any size, and encompasses two massive lakes, three rivers, and beautiful mountain scenery, answering why Arkansas is called "The Natural State."
The twin lakes—Norfork and Bull Shoals—offer endless opportunities for recreation. Scuba diving, skiing, boating, spear fishing, trout fishing—these deep blue lakes will make you hunger to visit us again and again.
Three rivers—The White, Norfork, and Buffalo—offer even more fun, from slow lazy floats, to whitewater rapids, trophy fishing, and rustic camping.
Antiquing is always fun, with local craft fairs and festivals providing unique shopping opportunities year round. The growth of Mountain Home area offers many choices of fine food restaurants as well as the usual fast food.
Don't forget the golfer with championship golf courses,
There's no way to duplicate what going to the local Mountain Home Chamber of Commerce website will provide you for local attractions. Please copy and paste the following address into your URL address line: Mountain Home Chamber of Commerce - Mountain Home, AR

Rwanda ​Church ​Registration


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Brian Mundy
bmundy@bradlech.com


Rwanda ​Church ​Registration

On behalf of the ARM board and the saints in Rwanda I want to thank you for your prayerful and financial support to register the church in Rwanda. This last week I received a contribution for the final $200 to cover the cost. When we notified the national presiding Elder he requested I “kindly convey our message of thanks to the Saints in church branches around the US who contributed and made this fund available, we very much appreciate the prayers of the US church at large for the good spirit to make us move to the next level, may the Lord continue to bless them”

Thank you saints! Please continue to pray for the work the Lord is doing all over the world!

Your Brother in Christ,
Elder Brian Mundy

ARM Treasurer



Sunday, June 29, 2014

Clayton Foss Update - June 29

Clayton Foss Update - June 29

Nothing new to report this morning. We had a good day yesterday. Both of us were really tired last night, but got a good rest and enjoyed watching the sunrise while I cooked his breakfast bedside. Heading to the shower soon. I have been cleared to get him transferred to the shower bench by myself, so this will be our first all by ourselves. Clayton is looking forward to that. It is interesting the things you have to do when you are in the hospital, but we have nothing but good things to say about the care and people who work here. Have a blessed day. Our prayers are with each of you on this Sabbath Day.

Love,
Glenda

Saturday, June 28, 2014

Free at Restoration Bookstore June 28-July 3


--------- Forwarded message ----------
From: David Price

Free at Restoration Bookstore June 28-July 3


Old Restoration Voice, Vision, Priesthood Journal, and Priesthood and Leaders Journal magazines; Many Slide carousals (some empty, some filled with old Go Ye and Teach slides), numerous plastic holders for single-cassette tapes. Plus used RLDS books at reduced prices.


Closed Fri. 4 July and Sat. 5 July. Usually Open 9-5 Mo-Thu, and 9-12 Sat

at 915 E. 23rd St
Independence, MO

Phone​ ​816-​461-5659

Martyrdom article on 170 Anniversary

A wonderful article that tells the story of the martyrdom of Joseph and Hyrum with eyewitness accounts and photographs…on the 170th anniversary of their deaths.

http://www.ldsmag.com/article/1/14541

Remedy for Friend

Dear Saints,

Most of you know that our daughter died in 2002 at the age of 23 with lupus. I have a friend in Oklahoma with lupus. She is 46 years old. She is one that refuses to go to doctors.

She cannot stop coughing, does anyone know of an herbal remedy that I may get to help her?

I would appreciate any help, please.

Thank you
Dave and Connie Guthrie

​Reply to:
Connie Guthrie
save_our_strays@hotmail.com

Prayers Needed - Dave and Connie

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Connie Guthrie
save_our_strays@hotmail.com


Prayers Needed

Dear saints,

Dave and ​I are in desperate need of prayers from on high to help us through a most tragic time in our life. We thought the death of our daughter was the worse that could happen. But now we are faced with a most evil force from Satan and this attack is fierce and strong. We need your prayers for the Lord to give us the strength to endure.

Thank you and God Bless all

Clayton Foss update June 28

Good Morning! Clayton and I were doing an assessment this morning and realized that he is getting some feeling back below his waste. It is mostly just for touch on the skin, but it is a start and it should help him balance better. Muscles are sore after his therapy yesterday. The weekend is a little easier, which is good and bad. It helps me get rested up, but it is hard for Clayton to keep his muscles stretched out. Once again, we really appreciate the prayers and cards. I'm not begging for cards, but I have had several people ask for the address. So here it is....

St. Luke's Rehab Unit East Eight

Clayton Foss
Room 8404
4401 Wornall Road
Kansas City MO 64111

Friday, June 27, 2014

Help Send Us to Church Camp

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Hailey Norman
haileymnorman@yahoo.com


Help Send Us to Church Camp

My friends and I need to raise money for a camp we want to go to in Texas. We are holding a fundraiser at Zarahemla Restoration Branch,​ 502 S W 17 Street, Blue Springs, MO,​ July 1 to 3 between 12:30 - 6:30 pm (Wednesday 12:30 - 5:30 pm) It will be a Bake Sale and Car Wash.

We are looking for people to donate baked goods (homemade). If you would like to donate so we can sell them, please call me at 816-728-0653 or Sarah at 816-508-9268

We would really appreciate you coming out/donating items for our event. With many thanks,

Hailey Norman and Sarah Eliason

CPRS Fireworks Advertisement

--------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Joshua Campbell
jcnavyd@gmail.com


CPRS Fireworks Advertisement

CPRS Fireworks stand is Open!!!!
Hours are:
Friday-Saturday 9am-12am
Sunday 9am-10pm
Monday-Wednesday 9am-10pm
Thursday 9am-12am Or later...
Friday 8am-1am or later...
Saturday the 5th 8am-12pm (Depending if we have anything left)


18001 E US 24 Hwy
Independence, MO
This is in the Parking lot of Passentinos Sunfresh in Susquehanna

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Big Garage Sale for Restoration Missionary Efforts

From: ljwright6@comcast.net

Big Garage Sale

I will be having a garage sale this Saturday, June 28th and again on Wednesday, July 2nd (weather permitting) starting at 8:00 AM at 2435 S. Ponca Ave. Indep., MO. Many beautiful items of brand name clothing, new and gently worn. Plus, there will be a lot of misc. items for the household. Please let others know of this as proceeds from the sale of clothing will benefit the Restoration missionary efforts. Please see the attachment, for details.

Thank-you to all. -- Jeannine


BIG GARAGE SALE

Open at 8AM

Sat.-June 28th & Wed. - July 2nd

(WEATHER PERMITTING)

2435 S. Ponca Ave.
Independence

(Lyle & Jeannine Wright’s home)


Many clothing items.

Many new or almost new items.

(Brand name items: Koret, Allison Daley, Alfred Dunner, Karen Scott, Elements, etc.)

Many great items & much misc.

Proceeds from the sale of clothing items benefit the Restoration Missionary effort.

Correction Officer Job openings


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Keith Bentz
kebentz@yahoo.com


Job openings

NOW HIRING age 19 OR OLDER effective January 1, 2014.

The MO Department of Corrections is hiring for Corrections Officer I positions in Cameron/Chillicothe/St. Joseph/Maryville. $13.65 an hour to start with benefits and paid training. Complete the application at (http://doc.mo.gov/DHS/Recruit.php) , then you will receive an email with the date/time for the video test. Call 816-632-3781 ext.246 for earlier testing dates. Contact me via facebook private message if you have any questions.



Lynn Vogel - Mary Kay

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Lynn Vogel
l.vogel1@yahoo.com

I have come to Kansas City for the summer to work my Mary Kay business so I am looking for people who don't have a consultant currently and need the MK products or simply want our complimentary facial.

My website is www.marykay.com/lvogel 816-806-6726 is my phone number.

Thank you.
Lynn Vogel

Help needed - Melissa

From: Melissa Scott
pas070343@yahoo.com


Help needed

I am in need of someone who can move a ceiling fan from one room to the dining room then put up a light fixture in its place. I need this to happen this Friday evening June 27th or SAT June 28th before 5pm please and then if possible help me put up a curtain track system on the ceiling.

Thank you,
Melissa Scott
816-914-1577

ACSA position announcement- FLMD (Jacksonville or Orlando)

From: "Nancy Batty"
Nancy_Batty@fd.org


ACSA position announcement- FLMD (Jacksonville or Orlando)

We are looking for an additional ACSA in Florida Middle to replace the one we lost last year. If you know anyone who is interested, please share this posting with them.

Nancy Batty
Computer Systems Administrator
Office of the Federal Defender
Middle District of Florida
nancy_batty@fd.org


(See attached file: 062514 ACSA JAX ORL 2014_006 Ad.pdf)


Federal Public Defender Office

Middle District of Florida

Position Title: Assistant Computer Systems Administrator, #2014-006

Position Location: Jacksonville or Orlando, Florida (location to be determined)

Grade / Salary Range: $47,923.00-$69,497.00

JOB DESCRIPTION: The Assistant Computer Systems Administrator (ACSA) provides user support services; network

and desktop hardware and software installation, testing and training; troubleshooting, maintenance and repair of system and

equipment; and litigation support to staff in preparation for trials. This position assists and reports directly to the Computer

Systems Administrator located in the Orlando office. Periodic reports of work activities and regular meetings with supervisor

REQUIREMENTS AND QUALIFICATIONS: Applicants must be high school graduates or the equivalent, with strong

communication and organizational skills, and possess at least 3 years of general experience and 2 years of specialized

experience. Education from an accredited college or university (preferably with a concentration in computer science,

management information, or related field) may be substituted for some of the required experience. Duties associated with

this position require the individual to be able to walk, sit, stand, talk, hear, touch, feel, reach, and frequently to lift and/or

move up to 50 pounds. Travel to all of the offices in the middle district is required. The ACSA must have a valid driver’s

license and available personal vehicle; mileage is reimbursed with prior approval.

Experience in the following areas is required: PC hardware, Microsoft Windows desktop and network operating systems.

Experience with Windows Server 2008, WordPerfect, Microsoft Office, Trial Director, Summation and FTK (Forensics

ToolKit) is highly desired. All application information is subject to verification. All claimed experience, certifications,

training and references will be verified.

Deadline to submit an application is MONDAY, JULY 14, 2014.

Electronically submit cover letter with resume and list of 3 professional references in PDF format only to:

Federal Public Defender Office

Attn: Martha Lugo, Personnel Administrator

martha_lugo@fd.org

All other formats will not be accepted. Phone inquiries can be directed to Ms. Lugo at (813) 228-2715.

The Federal Public Defender’s office is a branch of the U.S. Courts, an Equal Opportunity Employer, and operates under

authority of the Criminal Justice Act, 18 U.S.C. Section 3006A, to provide indigent defense services in federal criminal cases

and related matters in the federal courts. This is Excepted Service Employment with Federal Government Benefits. Salary is

Based on Experience. This position is subject to mandatory Electronic Funds Transfer (Direct Deposit) of federal salary

payment. Only qualified applicants will be considered for this position. Applicants must be U.S. Citizens or eligible to work

in and for the United States. Applicants selected for interviews must travel at their own expense. This position is subject to a

background investigation; therefore, the successful applicant will undergo a mandatory criminal background check

investigation, which will include the completion of fingerprint checks. Unsatisfactory results may result in termination of

employment, if provisionally hired pending completion of background check. The FDO provides reasonable accommodations

to applicants with disabilities. If you need a reasonable accommodation, please notify Ms. Lugo at (813) 228-2715. The

decision on granting reasonable accommodations will be made on a case-by-case basis.

POSTING DATE: June 25, 2014 to July 14, 2014, 5:00 p.m. E.S.T.

Digital Berry Productions - Web Design

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Roger Fullerton
rogerfullerton@hotmail.com


Roger Fullerton is offering Web Design and Site Building services through his company
​​
Digital Berry Productions. If you need a Website built or even just a page that can be seen on the Internet and you would like to hire his services, send an email with your contact information, and a brief summary of what you need, to:

roger@digitalberryproductions.com

You will be contacted concerning your Web Design needs. The company Web address is:

http://www,digitalberryproductions.com

Thank you for your consideration

Roger

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Gospel Singing Fund Raiser for the Foss Family

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Kropp, Steve
skropp@saint-lukes.org


Gospel Singing Fund Raiser for the Foss Family

When: 6:30 pm on Sunday evening, July 20
Where: Colburn Road Restoration Branch

Join the Central Missouri Restoration Branches as we Pack the House at Colburn Road Restoration Branch to help offset some of the costs associated with Clayton Foss’s recovery. Many of you know that as a result of a severe accident, Clayton is facing a difficult recovery and we have an opportunity to support him and his family in this journey.

Are you willing to comfort those who stand in need of comfort? If so, then set your sights for a great evening of
fantastic music, fellowship and worship.

A dedicated offering will be received during the course of the evening.

Please contact a CMRB Pastor, Steve Kropp, or call 816-210-3246 for more information.





Stephen D. Kropp, M.S.

Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Bell kit

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Sherri Henson


Bell kit

My son has a Vic Firth bell kit that he would like to sell for $150.00. This is a great bell kit for anyone learning percussion. If anyone is interested in it please contact Braden Henson at
816-673-6461

Thank you,
Sherri Henson

​Clayton Foss update by his wife Glenda​ - June 24, 2014

​Clayton Foss update by his wife Glenda​


I thought I'd try to give an update this morning. By the time we get to the end of the day, we are both exhausted. He actually had an appetite this morning. I got to cook him our farm eggs in an electric skillet. He said he really enjoyed it. The big news is that even though he can't feel it, his left hip actually had movement and he could use it to move his knee. He has a little more sensation on the skin further past his waste. We are encouraged with the little improvements. We have a big meeting with all involved in the case today at 12:30. Hopefully we will find out a little more about the plan ahead. He works incredibly hard every day in PT(otherwise known as pretzel therapy) and has kept a positive attitude throughout it all. We can see the little blessings as well as some bigger ones. He has a long road ahead, but is willing to do whatever it takes to get there. I'm being blessed as well and am so grateful that they allow me to be such a big part of this process. We are cleared to move him back and forth to the wheelchair, commode, bed and down to take a shower. I have pretty much done everything but his therapies and meds. Megan (PT) has shown me some things I can do for him that will help get his muscles stretched before he gets out of bed to help him move. His back is still painful with moving and stretching, but even that has improved some. He is no longer taking pain meds to sleep at night. The fever has been gone for two days now. It gives us great hope that he can make bigger improvements each day. We want to thank all of you for the prayers. We also pray for each of you. As Steve Kropp says "Don't let anything steal your joy."
We love you all. Glenda Foss

Monday, June 23, 2014

“From Here to Eternity; What Everyone Needs to Know About the Qur'an(2)”

Norman Baumgarden, a Restoration member, has written a new book. Here is his notice to me about the availability of “From Here to Eternity; What Everyone Needs to Know About the Qur'an(2)”

The book is finished and was published at Xlibiris. I used the pen name of Andrew Lee Berge. The book is available through your local bookstore's order desk or at these online bookstores: Amazon.com, Barnesandnoble.com, Xlibris.com or by phone at 1-888-795-4272 ext.7879. I suggest that you compare prices before making a purchase. I understand that the book is available from the publisher to download to an e-reader for $3.99.

I am scheduled to do a book signing at Hastings Books Music and Videos store in St. Joseph, MO this Saturday, June 28th from 11 am to 3 pm. Their address is 605 N Belt Highway in St. Joseph.

I believe this book is a work the Lord wanted me to do as a result of my many prayers and desire to fulfill a ministry that would direct multitudes of people to the gospel of Jesus Christ. The book is finished, but it doesn't do anything unless the people know about it so there is much work yet to do in order for this book to accomplish the goal of leading people to Jesus Christ. I also believe God has had this in his plans for me for many years. At my confirmation, I was told under the influence of the Holy Spirit to study and prepare, among several other things. This book is not a novel, but rather a book of instruction and warning regarding lies contained in the Qur'an.

I would deeply appreciate it if you could send this information out to your distribution list. You may edit this info as you think best.

In gospel bonds,
Norman Baumgarden
nobaumin@aol.com

Garage/Estate Sale

From: Stu Gage
stu12gage@hotmail.com

Garage/Estate Sale

There will be a Garage/Estate Sale this Thursday-Saturday June 26-28.

It will begin each day at 9​:00 ​​a.m. and go through the afternoon each day.

The address is 3637 Brentwood, Independence, MO

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Ladies Firearms familiarization Course

From: Muriel Luedeman
mur620@gmail.com

Ladies Firearms familiarization Course

Sue Lange, a woman firearms instructor I know, is offering a short class in
firearms training June 29th at 2pm. Attached is a flyer for it. She has four
openings in the free ladies course.

Passing along the information for anyone who is interested.

Muriel Winn Luedeman
816-726-8425
816-254-845

Two Home Office/Student Desks for sale

From: Bruce Luedeman
bluedema@gmail.com


Two Home Office/Student Desks for sale

I have two brown wood desks for sale. I had these for part timers in my office. My needs have changed and the desks are for sale. One was never used and the other is lightly used. My cost earlier this year was $100 per desk. Make an offer for both or one. The chair in the picture is for scale and is not included. The desks are located in my class room on the Independence Square. These are sturdy desks are great for a student and should last many years.

Contact:
Bruce Luedeman MA, EMT
NRA Training Counselor
201 W. Lexington #100-A
Independence, MO. 64050
Ph# 816-353-6826
www.SafeShoot.com
Bruce@SafeShoot.com

Still a need

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Connie Guthrie
save_our_strays@hotmail.com


Still a need


Hello everyone,

We are still in need of someone to cut down a dead tree and remove some brush.

We will pay. We are limited on income, but we physically are unable to do this.

So, please could some call us at 918-816-0163 or email me at save_our_strays@Hotmail.com

We also wanted to let people know that we do want to serve the Lord.

Dave does play the organ and piano and he sings.

We need a church family that has needs so that the Lord will use us His servants.

We have a home in Independence and we have one in Oklahoma that we are donating to a charity in Chicago Illinois.

We know time is short. For this reason God has allowed us to buy this house, and we do not owe anything for it. So it is with God's blessing that we are here.

Please let us know,

Dave and Connie Guthrie

Sue McLeod Update

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Robert K. McLeod
bob_mcleod50@hotmail.com


Sue McLeod Update

Sue McLeod had her amputation on Thursday the 19th. While the surgery went well the recovery from the anesthesia has been a tough slow process.

Because of the trauma involved with the amputation and the fact that she is on dialysis for kidney failure the process of coming off anesthesia took the better part of 2 1/2 days. Saturday has been a good day for her and she is no longer throwing up. I feel much more positive about her complete recovery and the ability to have a prosthesis fitted for her in the near future. She will moved to a skilled care rehabilitation center sometime this coming week.

The blood in her eye has dissolved a great deal and her vision is nearly back to normal.

Thank you for all of your prayers and concerns. We truly worship a great God.

Bob McLeod

Saturday, June 21, 2014

​ Quest Diagnostics add 500 jobs at new Lenexa facility


Quest Diagnostics will add 500 jobs at new Lenexa facility

Quest Diagnostics Inc., a leading provider of diagnostic information services, will hire up to 500 new jobs at a new Lenexa facility, the company said Wednesday.

http://www.bizjournals.com/kansascity/news/2014/06/18/quest-diagnostics-hiring-500-jobs.html

Friday, June 20, 2014

Free Spearmint Plants

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Jill Etter
ephesians319@sbcglobal.net


Free Spearmint Plants


Hello Church Family,

I have a profusion of spearmint plants that are growing in my flower gardens. I would like to share them with others. If anybody would like to have a start, please call the number below.

Glorious times ahead!

Jill Farnham Etter
Voice Professor
MCC-Blue River
Music Arts Institute
Steinway Voice Studio
816-373-0309
ephesians319@sbcglobal.net

2000 Strong for Christ Adventure Camp

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: 2000 Strong Youth for Christ
team@2000strong.us

2000 Strong for Christ

Adventure Camp July 9 - 13, 2014 Youth Grades 3 - 12

Young Adults Ages 18 - 30

Camp Theme: Redemtion Cometh in and Through the Holy Messiah for He is Full of Grace and Truth.

2 Nephi: 1-7

Register by June 25th, 2014 and receive a 10% discount - use coupon code Early Bird.

We are going green! Registration forms must be completed online at: www.2000strong.us.

Does your iPhone or iPad have any cracks or issues? Pedro is hosting a "I Can Fix It" class at camp - you will learn how to repair your electronic devices! Campers interested in this class must contact us before camp so that we can order materials to be used. There will be a small fee for materials. Please make arrangements with Pedro before camp if interested in this class. Contact Email: Pedro

Activities include: Archery, Zip Line, Wall Climbing, Swimming, Canoeing, Kayaking, Fishing, Campfire, S'Mores, Scripture Classes, Canteen, Crafts, Talent Show, and more. Bycycles welcome - bring your helmets!

All staff, counselors, and volunteers associated with 2000 strong for Christ are subject to a background check and training required by the State of Texas.

2000 Strong Adventure Camp is held on the YMCA Collin County Campground one hour north of Dallas - 1180 S. Houston St., Anna, TX


2000 Strong for Christ
P.O. Box 117024
Carrollton, TX 75011

Job Opening

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From: Terri Gard
terrigard@sbcglobal.net


Job Opening


Danny Gard
Trainer/Driver
Lee's Summit R-7 School District


Job Opening

Bus Driver

Position Type:
Transportation/Bus Driver

Location:
500 SE Transport Drive
Lee's Summit, MO 64081

Starting Base Salary:
$13.92/Hour-With Health Benefits after Training

R-7 Transportation Department seeking bus drivers
The Lee's Summit R-7 Transportation Department is currently accepting applications for school bus drivers for the 2014-15 school years. Drivers work at least 25 hours weekly during the school year and are eligible to receive full-time employee benefits. To apply, visit the school district website at www.lsr7.org. If you have any questions or need help with the application at our website please call (816) 986-2400

Joseph Smith and Abraham Lincoln and their similarities…

Interesting article about Joseph Smith and Abraham Lincoln and their similarities…

From the Mormon magazine 'Meridian'

http://ldsmag.com/article/1/14509

Thursday, June 19, 2014

​Heirloom Plants​

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From: Kelli Miesse
miesse@sbcglobal.net

​Heirloom Plants​

I wanted to reach out to everyone who purchased our organic/heirloom plants from this email source, and see how everyone’s plants are doing? Are they healthy and starting to produce for you? I feel very blessed that there was so much interest in reducing my 99% germination rate inventory =)

I am trying to decide whether to move forward next year with intentionally starting heirloom/organic plants for people. This would probably be on a pre-order basis, where I can grow exactly what you want for your yard, in the exact quantities. Although this will be very prayerfully approached, I also wanted to see if there was any actual interest in our community for a service like this.

If you feel this is something that you would be interested in, please send me an email at: miesse@sbcglobal.net and let me know, so I can establish an email group specific to this project.

Regards and blessed day!

Kelli

Free at Restoration Bookstore - June 19 - 26

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From: David Price


Free at Restoration Bookstore


June 19-26 free items include Priesthood Journals and Priesthood and Leaders Journals from 1940s-60s, old Autumn Leaves, Daily Bread, Witness, and Stride magazines, and Quarterlies.

Plus, free wood pallets (call 461-5659 to verify).

Also, a large number of used RLDS books at reduced prices.


Open 9-5 Mo-Thu, and 9-12 Sat at 915 E. 23rd St, Independence, MO.

Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Lynn's 4-Volume Set Available to order

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Lynn Ridenhour
htrails2@gmail.com

Lynn's 4-Volume Set Available to order

Over 1,500 pages of stories! 380 plus pages per book

Restoration history come alive

Stories of bravery, persecution, and perseverance

Selections from over 80 Personal Journals

Incredible Stories of the Early Saints!

4 Vol. Set - $49.95 (Includes Shipping)

Save $12.80

To read summary descriptions of all 4 volumes,
go to our website and click on "Bookstore."

www.lynnsbridgebuilding.com

Meet Some of the Families

I was in my father's garden one morning, the memorable June 1844, when Joseph Smith rode past on his way to Carthage. Never shall I forget the look of deep sorrow that covered his noble countenance—that was the last time I saw him alive. Benjamin Ashby

When we found any sick, I preached to them faith in the ordinances of the Gospel, and where the truth found place in their hearts, I commanded them in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ to arise from their beds of sickness and be made whole. In many instances the people came after me to lay hands on their sick, because of this gift which the Lord had bestowed upon me, and almost daily, the sick were healed under my hands. A woman who had an infirmity for nearly twenty years was instantly healed…

…The mob formed under the bank of the creek, below their tents, and fired upon us all their guns…Although he had medical assistance, yet his wound was such that there was no hope entertained of his recovery. Speaking to his beloved wife who was present and who attended him in his dying moments, he said, "Whatever you do else, O, do not deny the faith!" He all the while expressed a great desire to depart. A few minutes before he died he prayed as follows: “Father, I ask thee, in the name of Jesus Christ, that thou wouldst release my spirit and receive it unto thyself," and then said to those who surrounded his dying bed, "Brethren, you have held me by your faith, but do give me up and let me go, I beseech you. David Patten, 38 years old

My family, with myself, were also taken sick, and I laid so for two or three weeks. I was so far gone that I was quite senseless, and all thought I was dying. Doubtless I should have died, but one day Joseph Smith was passing by my door, for I had managed to procure a house, and was called in, and, as I was afterwards informed, laid his hands upon me, and commanded me to rise and walk in the name of the Lord.

The first thing I knew was that I found myself walking on the floor, perfectly well, and within ten minutes afterwards I was out of the house visiting my daughter, whom I had not seen for nearly a month. I felt so full of joy and happiness, that I was greatly surprised that everyone else was not as full of praise as myself. Benjamin Brown

PAUL NISON SPEAKS AT THE MANSION HOUSE ON MARRIAGE

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From: PD SWAYNE
steppingstonestoshelem@gmail.com

PAUL NISON SPEAKS AT THE MANSION HOUSE ON MARRIAGE

Dear Friends,

Coming up Friday, July 11 at 6:30 p.m. in our little chapel we are having a wonderful speaker who will be in town from Florida. Some of you recognize Paul Nison as a raw food chef, motivational speaker on health and nutrition, but he is also a wonderful speaker on truth in the scriptures.

Paul is a perfect speaker for this topic. He is a wonderful husband and father and really tries to "walk his talk" in life - he doesn't just speak on it.

Come and glean from his study. We all can do things better than we have done in the past.

Please RSVP if you can (816) 456-6880. Our address is 2121 So Sterling Avenue, Independence, MO 64052. You can also get a map at www.the-mansion-house.us.

Let us put this in our calendars and support this wonderful ministry that is unique to Paul Nison.

Seeking Peace and Joy In Marriage Doing it the Creator’s Way!

Men and women are different in many ways. The enemy wants to separate and divide us because of these differences. Our Creator wants us to use these differences to help us grow and enjoy each other.

“Let your fountian be blessed, and rejoice in the wife of your youth.”
-Proverbs 5:18

We Shall Not Separate What Our Creator Put Together!

“My people have perished for lack of knowledge.” -Hosea 6:9

IN THIS LECTURE, PAUL WILL SHARE:

• How to achieve peace in marriage
• Is divorce ever an option for Believers?

• Overcome differences with joy
• The secrect to a successful relationship

• Why some marriages don’t work • Seeing the blessing in marriage
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”You shall know the truth and the truth shall set you free!”

You don’t want to miss these lecture!
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7-11-2014 @ 6:30 PM Mansion House

Mower for sale

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From: Pure Water Oasis, Inc.
purewateroasis@sbcglobal.net


Mower for sale

Brand New Mower for Sale. Yard Machine with Briggs and Stratton Motor.

Will take $199.00 for it.

Contact Penny Curtis

​​
816-682-3205

WANTED! BUS DRIVERS

Aaron J. Smith
Truman High School
816-521-5350
IED & CEA (PLTW) & Machine Drafting - Room 122
General Metals - Room 140



WANTED! BUS DRIVERS
The Independence School District is currently hiring
bus drivers for the
2014-2015 school year.
Great wages and benefits!
Employer Paid Health Insurance
Available Dental and Vision Insurance
Work only on School Days
Extra Work Available if Interested
Paid Training
Must be 21 years of age
No Experience Necessary—We Train the Right Candidates
Access to District Facilities Including Pool, Gym, and Health Clinic
For more information click HERE and scroll down to Transportation -
then look for “Driver Regular Route for 2014-2015 School Year”

Link Replaced: https://mybenefits.isdschools.org/Keynet/Applicants/Job_View.asp



CPRS Job Openings Flyer

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From: Center Place Restoration School
cprsgoldeneagles@yahoo.com


CPRS Job Openings Flyer

Center Place Restoration School is currently accepting faculty applications for the upcoming 2014-2015 school year for:

ELEMENTARY (3RD GRADE) TEACHER—This position involves working with a prescribed course of studies to motivate students to develop and master skills, attitudes, and knowledge in preparation for their continuing education.

HIGH SCHOOL CHEMISTRY/ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY TEACHER—This position involves instruction of upper level science courses for those students who are college-bound. It requires a thorough knowledge of the subject matter and experience in teaching on the high school level.


Applications may be picked up from CPRS. Our summer office hours are Monday through Thursday from 9:00 AM-1:00 PM, and we are closed on Fridays and holidays. Please call in advance before stopping by since we operate with reduced staff over the summer.


CENTER PLACE RESTORATION SCHOOL
819 W. Waldo Avenue * 252-1715


​​ Lucy (Jack-A-Poo) free to a good home


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Rolland James

​​
Lucy (Jack-A-Poo) free to a good home

Lucy is a 6 year old Jack Russell/Poodle mix, weighs 17 lbs. We have a multi-dog and multi-cat home, so she is comfortable with other animals. She is good with older children but scared of younger kids. She is a great companion for elderly as well. She is neutered and all shots and flea/tick meds are up to date. She is active but slowing down, not a puppy anymore.

We are downsizing our household and have to give her up.

​Please call Marilyn James at 816-215-2299 if interested in Lucy!

​Estate Sale​

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: debbie allen
rubysamericana1@gmail.com

​Estate Sale​

Estate sale for Newcom/Belcher – June 19-21st – Thursday-Saturday – 9am-5pm – No early birds.


Washer, dryer, reclining loveseat, rockers, china cabinet, curio cabinet, 9 tall bookcases, computer desk, entertainment center, end tables, patio set, mini fridge, Precious moments, silver pieces, silverware, Goebel Hummel including 2 lamps, Navajo and Native American collectables, lamps, nice quilts, nice Christmas, some vintage, linens, movies, cassette tapes, microwave, small locking file cabinets, luggage, vintage records, camping items, unique pictures, B & G Denmark plates, jewelry, glassware, cedar chest, portable sewing machine, nice women’s large size clothing, WW2 dress jacket, lladros, Bentley clock, dehumidifier, linderwold loose gems, civil war pharmacy scale, 1840 Penny Black stamp, 1808 coin from the shipwreck of the Admiral Gardner, and many more clean, and unusual items.


Cash or check with 2 current /valid id’s. No out of state checks. No pets or smoking allowed, due to owners health. Please be respectful of neighbors. Please note parking signs. 2905 S. Hickory Ridge, Independence, MO. 291 Hwy, to Hidden Valley Drive (East), to Cedar Crest (1st short block), left to Hickory Ridge (2 short blocks on left) Personal Estate Services, Lynn Shaw

Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Vacancy Announcement - Western District of Missouri

From: "Kathy Popejoy"
Kathy_Popejoy@mow.uscourts.gov

Vacancy: Help Desk Technician ~ Western District of Missouri

Below is a vacancy announcement which is open to all interested candidates both inside and outside the Judiciary. Please post the following vacancy announcement.

Job Announce#: HDT-06-14
Position: Help Desk Technician
Location: Springfield, Missouri
Full Salary Range: CL 25 ($38,334 - $62,307)
Promotion potential to CL26
Opening Date: June 17, 2014
Closing Date: July 7, 2014 ~ at Noon

Please review the attached document for more information about the position. Let me know if you have questions. This position is available to all qualified applicants (inside/outside the court). Thanks!

(See attached file: Help Desk Tech_Vacancy HDT-06-14.pdf)

Kathy Popejoy
Human Resources Specialist
U.S. Courts - Western District of Missouri
400 East 9th Street, Room 1510
Kansas City, MO 64106
Phone: 816-512-5035; FAX: 816-512-5034
Cell: 816-918-7905

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Vacancy Announcement

United States District Court

Western District of Missouri

Position: Help Desk Technician

Position Number: HDT-06-14

Location: Springfield, Missouri

Starting Grade/Range: CL25/01 – CL25/32 = ($38,334 - $50,720)

Opening Date: June 17, 2014

Closing Date: July 7, 2014 at noon

Promotion potential to CL26

Overview of Position

The United States District Court for the Western District of Missouri is accepting applications from qualified candidates

for a full-time Help Desk Technician position. This position is part of the consolidated Information Technology (IT)

Department and will be located at the divisional office in Springfield, Missouri. The Help Desk Technician position

primarily provides user support activities and computer problem resolution for the District and Bankruptcy Courts and

the Probation and Pretrial Services Office.

This position reports directly to the IT Customer Service Manager and performs, but is not limited to, the following

duties:

• Serves as a central point of information and assistance for end users. Responds to help desk calls and e-mails,

logs problems (computer, printer, scanner, etc.) in work order tracking system. Performs routine to

moderately complex troubleshooting for hardware/software systems. Problems that are not quickly resolved

are escalated to the next level.

$ Set up, configure, install, troubleshoot and document software problems. Provide information and assistance

to users on applications such as word processing software and data entry. Prepare and maintain the

documentation and standard operating procedures and checklists for end users and other technicians. Assists

with end user training when appropriate.

$ Assist with creating Citrix user accounts and providing group policy setup appropriate. Assist in the installation

or rollout of upgrades within a Citrix VDI environment. Provide day-to-day systems backups and verify the

validity of data.

$ Provides support for mobile computing devices and remote access. Perform inventory control duties when

issuing and collecting computer equipment. Provides cabling support.

$ Performs basic system support for VOIP telephone systems, such as additions, deletions, and moves.

• Assists with courtroom support activities including audio/video components, their respective network

protocols and subsequent integration within the courtroom environment.

$ Maintains contact with other information technology court personnel at different locations and levels for the

purpose of keeping abreast of developments, techniques, and user programs. Monitors day-to-day operations

of the equipment and systems.

Qualifications

The candidate must possess a minimum of three years knowledge and experience providing end user support activities

and computer problem resolution as outlined below. The ideal candidate will possess a two year degree from an

accredited college, university or technical school, or a combination of education and work experience in a related area

or field. Additionally:

$ Knowledge of Citrix hardware/software concepts and programs. Ability to manage and troubleshoot Virtual

Desktop Interface (VDI) environment.

$ Extensive experience or MCSE certification in Windows 7 including MS Office, anti-virus, and other MS

software suites

$ Demonstrated skill in performing routine hardware maintenance. Ability to implement, operate, and

document information technology systems considering both hardware/software issues. Knowledge of custom

off-the-shelf computer hardware/software programs. Knowledge of computer processes and capabilities,

including a general understanding of case management systems. Ability to perform hardware/software

maintenance and troubleshooting.

$ Ability to communicate technical information effectively (orally and in writing) to end users in a manner that

they can understand. Ability to communicate effectively (orally and in writing) to individuals and groups to

provide information and answer procedural questions without providing legal advice. Ability to interact

effectively and appropriately with others, providing customer service and resolving difficulties while complying

with regulations, rules, and procedures. Ability to work individually, as well as in a team environment.

Benefits

Employees of the United States Courts are entitled to benefits including leave program and periodic salary increases, 10

paid holidays each calendar year, insurance plans (Health, Dental, Vision, Life, Long-Term Care, and Long-Term

Disability), Flexible Spending Accounts (Health-care and Dependent-Care reimbursement accounts), Retirement System

and Thrift Savings Plan participation (with up to 5% employer matching contributions). This position is subject to

mandatory electronic direct deposit of salary payment.

Application Procedure

For consideration, qualified applicants must apply by sending a PDF or Word file containing a cover letter, detailed

resume, three business references and AO78 application form (see link below) to:

Kathy Popejoy

U.S. District Court

Charles Evans Whittaker Courthouse

400 East 9th Street, Room 1510

Kansas City, MO 64106

Email: kathy_popejoy@mow.uscourts.gov

AO78 Form Link: http://www.uscourts.gov/uscourts/FormsAndFees/Forms/AO078.pdf

Miscellaneous

The successful candidate will be hired provisionally, pending the results of a FBI Background Investigation. The court

provides reasonable accommodations to applicants with disabilities. If you require a reasonable accommodation for

any part of the application process, please notify the Kathy Popejoy in the Human Resources Department. The decision

on granting reasonable accommodation will be made on a case by case basis.

Applicants must be United States citizens or eligible to work in the U.S. Travel for a personal interview and relocation

expenses will not be reimbursed. The Court will only communicate with those qualified applicants who are selected for

an interview. If you are not notified, another applicant was selected. The Western District of Missouri is an equal

opportunity employer and values diversity in the work place.

The Court reserves the right to modify the conditions of this announcement, withdraw the announcement, or fill the

position at any time before the closing date, any of which may occur without prior written notice.

House For Sale

Margaret Hayes
mbhayes41@gmail.com

House For Sale
405 N Tepee Dr
Independence MO 64056

Fort Osage School District
On Cul-de-sac in very quiet neighborhood.
3 bedroom, 3 full baths
1800 plus square feet
Large loft family room with surround sound.
Hearth room with gas fireplace and laminate flooring.
Open country kitchen with gas range, bar, dishwasher and pantry.
Newer thermal windows and hi efficiency furnace.
Semi finished basement with possible 4th bedroom and 3rd full bath.
Move in condition
Asking $129,000

Contact Mike Rogers 816-285-8717 or
matterstomike@aol.com
See realtor.com for pictures


​ Investment Opportunity-Independence Home For Sale


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Gayle Shepard
gayles_mail8@yahoo.com


Eva Cartwright's home is for sale on Main Street in Independence. It is a 2-story home built in 1926 with original hardwood flooring and vaulted wood ceilings throughout. Eva has replaced the majority of the windows, the entire roof and the furnace. The second floor of the home has been converted into an apartment with separate exterior entrance. There is a lot of potential for rental income with this home or it can be easily be changed back into one large home. There is also a detached, over-sized workshop in the backyard with two overhead doors and 2nd floor loft.
Eva is looking to downsize so has priced the home at $91,500 to help it sell quickly. If you are interested in taking a look at the home, contact Gayle Dunning at gdunning@movewithplatinum.com or call 816-547-1971. Below is a link with the full listing for the property:
​ http://matrix.heartlandmls.com/matrix/shared/1pknTTXcSRDd/1108SMainStreet​

Kangen Water Filters on Sale this month

From:


Muriel Luedeman
mur620@gmail.com



Kangen Water Filters on Sale this month

For all Kangen machine owners:

Filters are on sale this month till the 30th.

Contact Enagic at www.enagic.com to order.



​​
Muriel Luedeman

Monday, June 16, 2014

Phil Weiss - Memorial Service

Phil Weiss - Memorial Service
7:00 P.M., Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Missionary Restoration Branch
3415 North Elsea Smith Road
Sibley MO 64088


​Cards to wife:
Mary Weiss
31301 E Allen Road
Buckner MO 64016



Clayton Foss - Testimony

From: Clayton Foss
earlybirdinc@centurylink.net


June 15, 2014
To my dear church family,

I thank each of you for your prayers! They have blessed me more than you can ever know. What a marvelous God we serve!!

While nailing braces on my hay barn, I was working about 15 feet up on an extension ladder. I had a nail gun in one hand and a brace in the other and as I went to nail it in, I slipped. Having my hands full, I missed my grab for the ladder and found myself falling backwards. My only choice at that point to keep from falling on my head or back was to kick myself back from the ladder and try to land on my feet. I got rid of the nailer and brace, got my knees bent, and landed on both feet, but a 56-six year-old body and full tool belt were too much for my #1 lumbar vertebrae, which shattered and compressed. I knew immediately that I had broken my back and I went numb from my waist down. First two blessings: 1) I actually had my cell phone in my shirt pocket and 2) the Lord caused it to dial out from an area where I don't normally have any service. Interestingly enough, I had to get the phone just as high as I could possibly reach before the Lord caused the call to connect. I'll share more blessings later, but please keep all the family in your prayers. We KNOW they work! I can honestly tell you I have not had any time where I have questioned the Lord, "Why me?"

This world is in His hands and we are each part of that plan. I accept that and that the only part I control is my attitude and my obedience. It's all I ever controlled, but my vision has been cleared.

When I accepted priesthood in this Restored Gospel, I accepted responsibility to feed the flock. The Lord has placed me in a different flock for today (and probably the next few Sundays), as we enter into rehab as soon as I can - maybe this week.

I have asked brother Ralph to be in charge of Wednesday nights in June and brother Todd to be in charge on Sundays. Please support them with your love and prayers and I'm sure you will have mountain-top experiences. I am looking forward to being back with you when the Lord allows me to.

Please give my mom an extra hug today. It is so hard to see your children suffer, but please know that though there is some physical suffering, I have no mental or spiritual suffering. Through your love and prayers, the Lord has spared me all of that. Every new day is exciting and there are opportunities to minister to people's needs all around.

Please don't feel like you have to come here to see me. It is a bad place to drive for us country folk, but if you can, I would love to see you. If not, a card will be wonderful until I can collect my hug!

I hope you will continue with the plan for the special prayer service for Al and Brenda Vansel on Wednesday the 18th. I will be with you in prayer.

Remember: the Lord's strength is made perfect in our weakness. "I would that ye would be steadfast and immovable, always abounding in good works . . . ." I love you!

Your brother in Christ,
​Clayton Foss
1954 SW 600 Road
Holden MO 64040

Request for Testimonies for Australian Restoration News

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From: Noel Rowlatt
nandjrow@bigpond.com


Request for Testimonies


Greetings,
A special request to you personally, that you please try to make the effort to write your testimony if you have the desire,and send it to me at nandjrow@bigpond.com.au. The Lord has blessed each one of us in so many ways, even as we go through hardships and ill health. As we count our blessings, we need to share those experiences where God has touched our lives and so strengthen each other. I will be producing the July issue in 10 days and would love to hear from you.
Your brother in Christ,
Elder Noel Rowlatt

The below was included in June issue.

TESTIMONIES—TESTIMONIES--TESTIMONIES

Special request for contributions to Australian Restoration News

In the next issue we would really like to feature testimonies from any of our readers world wide. We are all waiting to read your testimony. The hardest part is writing or typing the first sentence. Please take the time to make your contribution. We hope to be inundated with responses. Editor


Sunday, June 15, 2014

CPRS UNIFORM PIECES FOR SALE

From: Muriel Luedeman
mur620@gmail.com


CPRS UNIFORM PIECES FOR SALE

I have the following uniform pieces:



Oxford Blue Shirts:

Boys 10 - $4 ( Minor side seam flaw)

Boys 10 - $5

Boys 12 - $5



White Shirt:

Boys 10 - $5



Red Short Sleeve Polo: Size 10 - $5

Navy Short Sleeve Polo: Size 10 - $5



Gym Shorts:

Adult S and Youth Large (14/16) Both of these look the same size. $3 each

(Has student name on the front in white area in black marker– can be covered with an iron on patch with new name.)


Gym Shirt:

14/16 - $3

(Has student name on the front in white area in black marker.)

Navy Slacks w/ Front Pleat:

Size 18 Slim - $9 (Like new)

Size 16 Reg - $5



Tan Slacks Front Pleat:

Size 14 Slim - $8

Size 14 Reg - $8

Size 26x30 - $3 (Dirt stains on back of hem)



Muriel WinnLuedeman

816-726-8425

816-254-8456

Saturday, June 14, 2014

Care Giver Opportunities

Donna Vasquez
donnaatsouthside@gmail.com

Care Giver Opportunities

Hi, my name is Donna Vasquez. I attend Waldo Restoration congregation and am looking for care-giving positions. I have been care-giving for several years now, and would appreciate being kept informed of any opportunities there might be.

My email address is donnaatsouthside@gmail.com

Thank you very much.
Donna Vasquez

New Google Calendars for the Restoration

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Mike Palmer
mike@mp8.com


New Google calendars for the restoration

This summer is full of restoration camps, reunions and vacation church schools. A Google calendar was recently put together to provide a single view of events taking place within the independent restoration branches. A link to it can be found near the top of the CenterPlace.org website. Branch website administrators may wish to add a link to this calendar.

https://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=restorationbranchcalendar%40gmail.com&ctz=America/Chicago


If you have a need to see CPRS school events there is another new Google calendar for this.

https://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=cprsoffice%40gmail.com&ctz=America/Chicago


To add these calendars to your portable devices:

Android users should open a computer browser and log into the Gmail account tied to their device then click on the Apps icon in upper right (9 small boxes). Click on Calendar. When the calendar interface opens click on the down arrow to the right of the words Other Calendars which is located on the left. Choose "Add a friend's Calendar." Enter restorationbranchcalendar@gmail.com

The calendar should appear under my name, Mike Palmer. Google wants accounts to have real names tied to them. The new calendar should show up on your device the next time you Sync the account. iPhone users should likely follow the same steps and there are plenty of help pages on the Internet if you have trouble.


To add the school calendar follow the same steps using cprsoffice@gmail.com

This will show up as Pam Chrislip.


Branch leaders should be able to use the overlaying feature of Google calendars to plan new events around already existing events so if you have an event which is open to all you will want to get it on this calendar quickly. If you have an event to add to the calendar use the Contact Us link on the Centerplace.org site. I'm not doing all the updating, I'm delegating this as much as I can. ;)


Mike Palmer

Clayton Foss Update - Saturday 06 14 14

From: Marj Foss
mbfoss@centurylink.net

Clayton has continued to make progress, and done wonderful at his therapy. He is very happy with his therapists, says they work the heck out of him! No or limited function in lower body as yet-still to come. Sara says he has a wonderful/positive attitude and says there is a reason for everything-that helps them all.

He enjoys visitors, but spends a lot of time in therapy and is pretty “played out” after that. No therapy sessions on week ends.

He got the tube out Thursday and was given liquids after NO FOOD for so many days. ( Guess what-Glenda had brought some home made chicken broth so he had some of that when allowed.) I think he is to get some other food today- Sat.

Thanks for all the caring and praying!
Marj

Glendale Restoration Branch VBS

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Susan Tate
t8tr@sbcglobal.net
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Glendale Restoration Branch VBS

Glendale Restoration Branch would like to invite your child(ren) ages 2 to 15, to Vacation Bible School on Monday, July 21st through Thursday, July 24th from 6:30 to 8 p.m. The theme will be, "God's Word Lights our Path". The children/youth will be sharing what they learned during the week at our 10:30 a.m. worship on Sunday, July 27th.

Because we would like to plan crafts, lessons and snacks for each child attending, we are requesting that each child pre-register by Monday, July 7th. You may pre-register by completing the attached registration form and mailing it to the address on the form, or by contacting Susan Tate at (816) 892-0386 or by email, t8tr@sbcglobal.net.

We hope that your child will be joining us as we learn about God's Word!

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​Glendale Restoration Branch

Vacation Bible School

Registration Form

Child’s Name:___________________________________________________

Parent’s Name(s): _______________________________________________

Address: ______________________________________________________

City: _______________________ State: ____________ Zip: ___________

Phone(s): _____________________________________________________

Email: ________________________________________________________

Child’s Age: _______ Date of Birth: ______________ Grade: __________

Do you have a church home? ____________________________________

Name of Church: ______________________________________________

Child’s Allergies: _______________________________________________

Anything you’d like us to know about your child: _______________________

______________________________________________________________

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Vacation Bible School: July 21st thru July 24th, 6:30 to 8 p.m.

Please complete one form per child that wishes to attend.

Please mail by Monday, July 7th, to:

17803 Susquehanna Ridge

Independence, MO 64056

or call (816) 892-0386 to pre-register your child

Friday, June 13, 2014

Yard Sale Saturday the 14th

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From: April Erwin
aprilannerwin@yahoo.com

Yard Sale Saturday the 14th
at 3203 N Delaware St.
Independence, MO


Don't miss out on our HUGE yard sale. We have Power tools, Dishes, Glasswear, Plus-Size clothing, electronics, furniture, a Doctor's scale, a mini-trampoline like new, Pampered chef (Some still unopened) and Party lite still the box.

It's one day only and everything must go. It's priced to sell. Please pass this on to your friends.

1 Day Sale, Power tools, Plus-size Clothes, Kitchen-ware, Furniture,



1 Day Sale, Power tools, Plus-size Clothes, Kitchen-ware, Furniture,
We're having a one day only Sale! Saturday June 14th from 8 am - 4 pm only! Interested in something? See us bright and early Saturday. Here's a sneak peak at some of what will be available: 4 Wooden...

View on kansascity.craigslist.org

Preview by Yahoo

Religious Liberties Steamrolled

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From: Jill Etter
ephesians319@sbcglobal.net


Religious Liberties Steamrolled


Hello Saints,

The following link is an article from CitizenLink Magazine detailing some of the recent government decisions to curtail religious freedoms.

​“Judges have been tripping over one another to ignore the rule of law and the will of the people to invalidate the institution of marriage and silence any opposition to their ideology,” said Mat Staver, CEO of Liberty Counsel. “The destruction of the institution of marriage is not only harmful to society at large, but it has resulted in unprecedented intrusion into the religious freedoms of individuals and businesses that have been attacked for operating their business according to the dictates of their conscience.”​

http://www.citizenlink.com/2014/06/11/legal-experts-government-attacks-on-religious-freedom-on-the-rise/



Jill Farnham Etter
Voice Professor
MCC-Blue River
Music Arts Institute
Etter Voice Studio
816-591-4289
Jetter_voicestudio@sbcglobal.net

Free at Restoration Bookstore. For week of June 14-19

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From: David Price


Free at Restoration Bookstore. For week of June 14-19 free items include old RLDS Study Materials and Booklets, Quarterlies, and Saints Heralds. Also, a large drafting table, and wood pallets (please call 461-5659 regarding table and pallets). Open 9-5 Mo-Thu, and 9-12 Sat at 915 E. 23rd St, Independence, MO.

Thursday, June 12, 2014

Great Opportunity to Worship and Fellowship

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From: paul gage
pauljg_64055@yahoo.com


Great Opportunity to Worship and Fellowship

Dear Saints,

As you may know, the Pastors of Zion began the Summer Series last Sunday night at Waldo Avenue RB. Eight pastors shared testimonies in what I felt was a very outstanding service.

We will have another opportunity this Sunday night, June 15 as another Pastor, Brian Herren from Salem, Oregon will bring the message. Brother Herren has been at the Sr. High Camp this week serving as camp pastor. He has been joined by his brother and four young people from Salem.

They have come a long way to offer ministry. Will the Saints of the Center Place go a few miles to receive what the Lord may have for us?

I think this would be worth every branch in the area cancelling local services in support of this opportunity to be together and receive great ministry. I don't think those who attend will be disappointed.

WOULDN'T IT BE MARVELOUS to have a packed sanctuary at Waldo Sunday night?

I know it is Father's Day, so what better place to be than in OUR FATHER'S HOUSE?

Hope to see 1,000 of you there.

In Christ,

Paul Gage



FREE ESSENTIAL OILS 101 CLASS THURSDAY JUNE 19 AT 7 P.M.

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From: PD SWAYNE
steppingstonestoshelem@gmail.com


FREE ESSENTIAL OILS 101 CLASS THURSDAY JUNE 19 AT 7 P.M.


Please come and join us here at The Mansion House for a very inspiring and educational Essential Oils 101 class on Thursday, June 19 at 7 p.m.

If you have wondered what the difference is between Pure Therapeutic Essential Oils and the others you get in the store this class is for you.

Come ready to learn and enjoy the testimonies of those who have a personal relationship with these oils.

This is NOT a party - no catalogs, no order forms. PLEASE RSVP at (816) 456-6880 if you can so we have enough handouts on which to take notes.

The address is:
2121 So Sterling Avenue
Independence MO 64052

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

Price reduction on Mound Grove Cemet​ery plots

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From: April Erwin
aprilannerwin@yahoo.com


UPDATE: Price reduction on Mound Grove Cemet​ery plots. MUST SELL

For Sale: Double Lawn Crypt at Mound Grove Cemetery in Independence, MO. Lot 58, Block 12, Grave C (newer section). Must purchase your own marker and vase because they are non-transferable, but seller will pay for transfer fee of $125 at the Mound Grove office.

These plots are selling today for $2,200. We were asking $1,500, but now we’re offering for the rock bottom price of $1,200. A good price for a peaceful location.
If you already have your own resting place, why not consider purchasing a lovely resting place for a loved one?
These must sell right away. Please contact Linda Erwin at 816-461-0882.
Please share this with your church, friends and family. Thanks!
http://kansascity.craigslist.org/for/4515965488.html
April Erwin

Tuesday, June 10, 2014

Job Postings for Fort Osage R-1 School District

From: ​
Rachel Horn
horn_music@yahoo.com

Job Postings for Fort Osage R-1 School District
https://fortosage.cloud.talentedk12.com/hire/index.aspx


> From: "TalentEd Recruit & Hire"
> Date: June 8, 2014 at 8:05:26 PM CDT
> To: horn_music@yahoo.com
> Subject: Job Postings for Fort Osage R-1 School District
> Reply-To: "TalentEd Recruit & Hire"
>

Job Postings for Fort Osage R-1 School District
Recently Posted Jobs
Below you will find a list of jobs posted between Apr 19, 2014 and Jun 8, 2014.
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Saturday, June 7, 2014

​​ 4 piece furniture set for sale in Independence

​​
4 piece furniture set for sale in Independence


This is a 4 piece set that includes over sized chair with matching ottoman, love seat, & 7' sofa, Good Condition.

Asking $250.

Location Independence MO.


Contact Candy @ 816-373-3681 or 816-853-1952

or email rnanniec@aol.com

Friday, June 6, 2014

Free Items at Restoration Bookstore

Free Items at Restoration Bookstore


This week (Jun 7-12) the Bookstore is giving away Quarterlies from the early and mid 1900’s, Saints Heralds, and Selected Hymns from Hymns of the Restoration hymnals. We also have a larger than usual selection of used older RLDS books for sale at low prices. (Open 9-5 Mo-Thu, and 9-12 Sat at 915 E. 23rd St, Independence, MO).



​Testimony of Boxes​ and More

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From:


​Testimony of Boxes​ and More


What a blessing. We have had so many responses.

A short testimony:

Our house was on the market only 5 days. We found the perfect place for us 1 week after signing the contract selling our house. And our offer accepted same day. Our Father in Heaven has surely blessed us that we have moved through this project nearly effortlessly. May all Praise, Honor and Glory be His.

Thank you so much, Saints !

Your Sister in Christ,
Barb Giertz

Wednesday, June 4, 2014

Guns for protection - Published to the Editor, KC Star, June 2, 2014

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From: Bruce Luedeman
bluedema@gmail.com


​ Pro - Gun Letter,

Published to the Editor, KC Star, June 2, 2014

Guns for protection

Yet another shooting in a public place (5-25, A2, “Three stabbed and three shot before killer dies”). This time in Isla Vista, Calif., a heavily regulated no-gun zone.

The shooter has been presented as mentally ill, with a Facebook post to prove the fact. As a society, we need to change our mindset and look at these events as acts of domestic terrorism. Terrorizing victims for their own suicidal self-interests is what terrorists do.

Had one person at the scene been able to fight back, perhaps the murderer’s route would have been shortened or not started at all. A common link with past incidents is the sites selected by mass murderers were likely no-gun zones.

And in all of the past incidents, victims were prevented from having the means to protect themselves because of onerous regulations.

I am a retired police officer and now a civilian firearms trainer. I hope some day I can breathe a sigh of relief because a citizen had the attitude, ability and tool to defend himself against a deranged terrorist like the one in Isla Vista instead of counting the dead and wounded.

Bruce Luedeman

Independence

CRE Reminders

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From: paul gage
pauljg_64055@yahoo.com


Greetings Saints,

Just a few reminders of events and activities coming up soon.

Tidings of Zion Magazine: If you do not subscribe to the
Tidings and would like to, or know someone who might like to
receive it, send me your address by e-mail or to:

CRE

PO Box 4085

Independence MO 64051

The next issue, due out in the next two weeks, will have an
interesting cover and several interesting articles.

Registration is in progress for the Restoration Branch
Family Reunion and Conference of Restoration Elders, June
22-27, 2014 at Waldo Avenue Restoration Branch/CPRS in
Independence, MO.

You can register on line at eldersconference.org or
poz.org.

Early registration helps with planning for meals, classes,
and preparing name badges, etc.

Registration forms were in the last issue of Tidings or you
can obtain one by calling or going by the CRE office at 500
N. Union in Independence, MO. Hours are M-W-F from 10-4.

We also appreciate receiving testimonies and branch news to
be considered for the Tidings. Send items to me by email or
to the address above.

A few table spaces are still available for the
reunion/conference. Contact me if you are interested in
having a display. 816-833-6552

Sunday, June 22, 2014 activities include a 9 am prayer
service followed by a 10:30 am worship service with Elder
Mark Clement bringing the message. There will be a
Priesthood meeting and worship at 3:30 pm, a reception for
all at 4:30 pm, a song service at 6:30 pm and the evening
message will be by High Priest Cloyce Coffman.

If you are a pastor or branch leader, please pass this info

along and maybe include it in Sunday bulletins or have it announced.

May God bless the Saints as they gather for reunions and camps this summer.

In Christ,
Paul Gage
Reunion/Conference Manager



Moving Boxes

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From:


Moving Boxes

Wondering if any faithful souls out their happen to have some boxes, no longer needed, that you would be thrilled to hand over for our move?
Call me if you have some available. 816-225-6747
Thank you and God Bless.

Your Sister in Christ,
Barb Giertz

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Job Opportunity - Data Network Administrator, Denver, CO

Job Opportunity - Data Network Administrator, Denver, CO

Please disseminate the following announcement to your staff.

The IT Department for the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals located in Denver, CO, is seeking applications from qualified persons for the position of Data Network Administrator. The full announcement can be viewed at http://www.ca10.uscourts.gov/hr/jobs/data-network-administrator

This position is open-until-filled but preference will be given to applications received by June 22, 2014.

Thank you.
_____________________
Jessica Hardin-Kremheller
Human Resources
Office of Circuit Executive
Tenth Circuit Court of Appeals
Voice: 303-335-2811

Chest of Drawers wanted

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From: Connie Sperry
conniesperry35@gmail.com

I have need of a​ Chest of Drawers - not any larger than 36" tall by 35" long (can be somewhat smaller). I don't care what the finish looks like.

Call Connie at: 816-229-9438
Thanks

Gas Dryer wanted

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From: Frank Frye
frankfrye@gmail.com

​​
Gas Dryer wanted


Frank and Patti are looking for a Gas Dryer that we could buy.

The one in the basement just quit.

We have a good washer, but need a gas dryer.

My phone number is: 816-716-1026,

and my email address is: frankfrye@gmail.com

Frank Frye

Pop up camper for sale

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From: Gregory Daniels
gdaniels1130@gmail.com


Pop up camper for sale


I have a 1996 palomino pop up camper for sale. Here is the link to craigslist.

http://kansascity.craigslist.org/rvs/4500925772.html


God bless
Greg Daniels

Monday, June 2, 2014

HOME FOR RENT




3 Bedroom, 2 1/2 bath, Large eat in kitchen with all appliances included, Beautiful hardwood floors, mini-blinds, A/C, washer dryer hookups, Large fenced in yard with wood deck! One car garage. Finished basement with full bath! Very nice and clean Home!! Non-smoking Residence.
$790.00 per month, $500 Deposit, Application Fee

1709 N. Pleasant
Indep. MO 64050

Please call Cindy Hodges at 816-461-5498 if interested

(100+ Titles of RLDS Books)

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From: oldbookman@juno.com



Oldbookman June $1.00 Book Sale
(100+ Titles of RLDS Books)

This offer good through June 30, 2014, or while supplies last.

"B" indicates a booklet.
405 Worship Illustrations, 1956, hard, 327 pages
Adams, Loyd, and others, Called and Sent, 1972, soft, 92 pages B
Administrative Policies and Procedures, various years, soft, 50-90 pages, B
Black, Lea Vail, Wings of Worship (Plays), 1968, hard, 226 pages
Blackstock, John W., Moments of Meditation, 1965, hard, 75 pages
Blumenschein, John and Marian, Parent-Child Relationships, 1957, soft, 54 pages, B Brockway, Esther, Toward Better Witnessing, 1976, hard, 210 pages
Brunson, Madelon, Imogene Goodyear, Geoffrey Spencer, One in the Spirit, 1971, soft, 72 pages B
Buck, Clifford, The Greatest of These, 1966, hard and soft, 160 pages
Cheville, Roy A., By What Authority, 1959, hard, 96 pages
Cheville, Roy A., Growing Up in Religion, 1951, hard and soft, 176 pages
Cheville, Roy A., Ten Considerations for Family Living, 1958, soft, 150 pages
Cheville, Roy A., The Book of Mormon Speaks for Itself, 1971, hard, 203 pages
Cheville, Roy A., The Field of Theology, 1960, hard and soft, 144 pages
Cheville, Roy A., When They Seek Counsel, 1954, soft, 133 pages
Cheville, Roy, The Bible in Everyday Living, 1939 and 1944, hard
Church Member's Manual, A, various dates and pages, hard and soft, used cond.
Clinefelter, William, The Covenant and the Kingdom, 1964, hard and soft, 138 pages
Cole, Clifford A., Celebrating Together in Our Family, 1955, soft, 32 pages B
Cole, Clifford A., Faith for New Frontiers, 1956. hard and soft, 156 pages
Cole, Clifford A., The Prophets Speak, 1954, hard, 199 pages
Conduff, Sara, Because He Cares, private, 1988, soft, 255 pages
Constance, C. B., The Usher’s Handbook, 1950, soft, 47 pages B
Curry, L. F. P., The Stewardship of the Mind, soft, 32 pages B $
DeLapp, G. Leslie, In the World..., 1973, hard, 250 pages
Dempsey, Elbert A., Jr., Adventuring with God, 1985, soft, 120 pages
Draper, Maurice L., Credo "I Believe," 1983, soft, 307 pages
Draper, Maurice L., Witnessing through the Sacramental Ordinances, 1951, soft, 45 pages B
Draper, Maurice, Marriage in the Restoration, 1968, hard, 77 pages
Draper, Maurice, Why I Belong, 1958, hard and soft, 144 pages
Edwards, Deane Butler, All Children Are Mine, 1964, hard and soft, 235 pages
Edwards, Deane Butler, Day by Day, 1964, hard, 64 pages
Edwards, Deane Butler, White Fields for Harvest, 1970, hard, 442 pages
Edwards, Deane, Come Light the Lamps, 1969, soft, 63 pages B
Edwards, F. Henry, God Our Help, 1981 reprint, soft, 230 pages
Edwards, F. Henry, The Power that Worketh in Us, 1987, soft, 343 pages
Edwards, Paul M., Ethics: The Possibility of Moral Choice, 1987, soft, 246 pages
Edwards, Paul M., Inquiring Faith, 1967, hard, 112 pages
Edwards, Paul M., The Elder: Minister of Mission, 1997, soft, 92 pages
Elser, Otto H. (Ed.), The Ministry of Health & Healing, 1986, soft, 256 pages
Elliott, May, Extraordinary Blessings of an Ordinary Christian, 1974, hard, 182 pages
Empowered to Care, 1980, soft, 220 pages
Ettinger, Cecil R., Thy Kingdom Come, 1965, hard and soft, 96 pages
Facing Today’s Frontiers, 1966, hard & soft, 112 pages B $2.00
Gossett, Bob, The Stranger at Emmaus, 1972, hard, 92 pages
Ham, Wayne, Enriching Your New Testament Studies, 1966, hard, 198 pages
Hartshorn, Chris B., Let Us Worship, 1946, hard, 190 pages
Hettrick, Ric and Marcia, From Among Men, 1976, hard, 220 pages
Higdon, Barbara McFarlane, Good News for Today, 1981, soft, 172 pages
Holmes, Reed, Seek This Christ, 1954, hard and soft, 77 pages
Holmes, Reed, The Patriarchs, 1978, soft, 173 pages
Howard, Barbara, Be Swift to Love, 1974, hard, 186 pages
Howard, Barbara, ed., Children: Of Such Is the Kingdom, 1979, soft, 175 pages
Huskey, Hyrum H. Jr., Counseling Skills for Church Leadership, 1980, soft, 135 pages
I Will Be Aware, 1959, soft, 84 pages B
If You Should Ask Why, soft, 15 pages B
Jones, Irene, Know Your Scriptures, 1966, soft, 107 pages
Judd, Peter & Clifford Cole, Distinctives Yesterday and Today, 1983, soft, 168 pages
Judd, Peter, The Sacraments, 1978, soft, 174 pages
Judd, Peter, The Worshiping Community, 1984, soft, 178 pages
Kirkendall, Norma Anne, Let's Do Something About Our Teaching, 1958, soft
Knisley, Alvin, Dictionary of the Book of Mormon, 1945, private, soft, 158 pages
Kramer, Annando, From Now to Eternity, 1993, private, soft, 164 pages
Lambert, J. R., What Is Man? 1973 reprint of 1914 book, soft, 249 pages
Lancaster, Helen, and Fern Bannister, What Is Appointed unto Me? 1962, soft, 56 pages B
Lancaster, Helen B., Someone Touched Me, 1970, soft, 56 pages B
Lancaster, Reta, and Margaret Hausheer, Stewardship in the Home, 1961, soft, 96 pages B
Landon, Donald D., and Robert L. Smith, For What Purpose Assembled, 1969, hard and soft, 188 pages
Landon, Donald, To Be the Salt of the Earth, 1965, hard, 214 pages
Landsberg, Lewis E., Stewards of the Kingdom, 1962, soft, 48 pages B
Lucero, Paul, In Search of the Eternal Christ, 1986, Lightbearer Publ., Montebello, CA, soft, 104 pages
Maples, Evelyn, That Ye Love, 1971, hard and soft, 95 pages
Mesle, C. Robert, Fire in My Bones, 1984, soft, 253 pages
Mesle, Carl, Forward to Zion, soft, 48 pages B
Mesley, Blanche, I Witness for Christ, 1950, soft, 92 pages B
Mortimore, Olive, Out of Abundance, 1971, hard, 41 pages
Nichols, Jeannette, Her Works Praise Her, 1967, 133 pages, hard
Oliver, Lucille, Celebrate Your Existence, 1971, soft, 79 pages
Oliver, Lucille, Cry for the World, 1981, soft, 186 pages
Oliver, Lucille, The Crystal Mountain, hard, 1974, 144 pages
Out of the Dust, 1957, hard, 42 pages
Parsons, A. H., Parsons' Text Book, 1971 reprint, soft, 332 pages
Premoe, David, and Robert Kent, Witnessing: The Sharing of Our Lives, 1982, soft, 205 pages
Preston, John, Peter Bosten, 1978 reprint of 1918 book, soft, 352 pages
Priesthood Manual, various years 1960-1990, hard
Ruoff, Norman D., (Comp.), Yearbook of Testimony (Volumes 1-5), 1974-1979, 107-189 pages, hard
Russell, Naomi, Light from the Valley, 1979, soft, 200 pages
Russell, William D., The Word Became Flesh, 1967, hard, 284 pages
Sarre, Winifred Turner, Perce Judd: Man of Peace, 1983, soft, 176 pages
Schneebeck, Harold N., Jr., The Body of Christ, 1968, hard, 158 pages
Slides of The Auditorium, five 35 mm color slides in a sleeve
Smidt, Christine, An Acquaintance with Grief, 1977, hard, 118 pages
Smith, Elbert A., Faith of Our Fathers Living Still, soft, 16 pages B
Smith, Elbert A., Restoration: A Study in Prophecy, 1945 and 1951, hard & soft, 290 pages
Smith, Frederick M., The Higher Powers of Man, 1968 reprint of 1918 book, soft, 232 pages
Smith, Israel A., The Language of the Book of Mormon, 1958 soft, 24 pages B
Sparkes, Vernon M., The Theological Enterprise, 1969, 272 pages, hard and soft
Squire, Ethel, Women Answer Christ’s Call, soft, 88 pages B
Stevens, Thelona D., Bible Studies, various years, hard and soft, 152 pages
Stevens, Thelona D., Book of Mormon Studies, private, Independence, MO, various years, soft, 196 pages
Stevens, Thelona D., Living Water, 1989, soft, 159 pages
Tousley, Pershing, The Master Sculptor, 1981, soft, 187 pages
Twelve Sermons (by the Council of Twelve Apostles), 1972, hard, 151 pages
Updike, L. Wayne, Worth More Than Sparrows, 2001, private, soft, 108 pages
Vest, Inez (Peggy), Power to Become, 1967,soft, 64 pages B
Visiting: A Pastoral Care Ministry, 1985, soft, 186 pages
Weddle, Franklin, How to Use the Hymnal, 1956, hard, 96 pages
Wrigley, Louise Scott, Called to Be Friends, 1963, soft, 51 pages B
Yarrington, Roger, Restoration Ethics Today, 1963, hard and soft, 168 pages
Yarrington, Roger, The Auditorium, 1962, hard, 92 pages
Young, Leonard M., Communities of Joy, 1994, soft, 229 pages

Go to Oldbookman.us to see lists of thousands of RLDS books available.
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(816) 210-8450

Free Building Materials

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From: oldbookman@juno.com



Free Building Materials

Demolishing and cleaning up a 2-story building south of Bates City continues.

Now we are working on the inside and outside. Some studs, floor joists, flooring, roof joists, deck, stairs, windows, doors, and rock wall are all available. You take them apart and carry them away.

E-mail or call me to make arrangements.

Thanks,

Paul V. Ludy
816 210-8450
pludy@juno.com

June - Book Of Mormon Round Table

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From: robyn mun
restorationsparkplug@gmail.com
www.BookOfMormonRoundTable.com



Book Of Mormon Round Table

The 3rd Sunday of the month

Sunday, June 15th, at 6pm

Speaker/Presenter: Terry Scott

“Mayan Technology”

See you on floor “A” of Stone Church!

1012 W. Lexington Ave., (lower north parking lot)

Independence, MO. 64050 816-254-2211


Let Us Endure To The End….

(2 Nephi 13:30-32 & 3 Nephi 7:10 Iowa, Illinois, Missouri family / 2 Nephi 31:20-21 & 3 Nephi 15:9 Utah family)

Love, Robyn Mun

restorationsparkplug@gmail.com

816-838-6575 cell & text

My gun rights op-ed in KC Star: by Curry Kenworthy

Curry Kenworthy
curry@pair.com

​Member of the Restoration writes KC Star article...​

My gun rights op-ed in KC Star:



Actually I explain that we have a RESPONSIBILITY problem (not mobs are
the root problem of themselves) but they worded the headline that way. :)

This was written right after the zoo incident.

Mobs are the problem in Kansas City, not guns
June 1
By CURRY KENWORTHY
Special to The Star
In Kansas City, nothing gets our attention like a huge brawl at the Plaza or the zoo. But now some officials are trying to shift the attention away from the actual problem of mobs and attack our constitutional right to gun ownership.

“In Kansas City, nothing gets our attention like a huge brawl at the Plaza or the zoo,” writes Curry Kenworthy of Independence, a member of the National Rifle Association. “But now some officials are trying to shift the attention away from the actual problem of mobs and attack our constitutional right to gun ownership.”
Read more As I See It
Neither of these events was primarily about guns or gun owners. Out of perhaps “hundreds of teens” reported involved in fights, how many guns were involved? Firearms did not motivate or enable these events.

Read more here: http://www.kansascity.com/2014/06/01/5056403/mobs-are-the-problem-in-kc-not.html#storylink=cpy

Best wishes,
Curry Kenworthy