Tuesday, March 31, 2015

​ Dehydrated Food-Free


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From: Steven Schultz
stevenschultz50@embarqmail.com


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Dehydrated Food-Free

From: Steven Schultz of Independence

Jand and I have 16 boxes of commercially packaged dehydrated food (unused) which is free for the pickup. It is several decades old but some of it is certainly usable. We ask that all the boxes be taken and then selectively used as needed. It must be removed by April 8 2015. Please contact me at 816-223-3968.

Thank you.
Steven Schultz
2008 N Six Mile Church Road
Independence MO 64058

Prayer Request

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From:
​Karen Baker​

thebeestop@aol.com


Prayer Request

Katrina​ Baker​'s father,​ Ron Campbell​,​ passed away this morning at 5:20 am.
​Katrina is my brother William Baker's wife.​

Please keep them in your prayers that God will give them peace and comfort at this time.

Karen

Prayers for Australian Reunion


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From: paul gage
pauljg_64055@yahoo.com


Prayers for Australian Reunion

Dear Saints,
Please uphold the Saints in Australia who will be gathering April 3-6 for their reunion. Many of them will be traveling long distances to share in this experience. Also, remember Hal and Pat Chadwick, Daniel and Lauren Nixon, and Doug and Judi Smith as they fly over for the reunion and ministry following the reunion. I will be returning home on April 8 and would appreciate your prayerful support as well.
Also, remember Peter Archer as he directs the reunion, Noel Rowlatt as he serves as pastor, and others who have responsibilities.
In Christ
Paul Gage

Monday, March 30, 2015

RESTORATION REVIVAL 2 - Colbern Road Restoration Branch


From: Stuart Gage
Stu12Gage@hotmail.com

RESTORATION REVIVAL 2

All Aboard! April 26-28 2015

Colbern Road Restoration Branch is, once again, sponsoring an Ol’ Time Gospel, Revival Preaching Series,

Guest Minister: Elder Mike Terry of Vancouver, Washington

Sunday, April 26 Song Service @ 5:45pm and preaching @ 6:00pm

Monday April 27 – Tuesday April 28 Song Service @ 6:45pm and preaching @ 7:00pm

Colbern Road Restoration Branch.

9525 Lake Lotawana Rd Gate 2, Lee’s Summit, MO. 64063

Open Invitation to All

Climb Aboard the Restoration Revival Train!!!

Bring all of your family and friends.

Refrigerator For Sale

From:
​Junior Munsterman​
jmunsterpt@gmail.com


Refrigerator For Sale


We have a 2007 Whirlpool side by side refrigerator for sale. Good condition and runs well. It came with house we bought, but my wife prefers her older one because it's bigger. Asking $500, negotiable. Call: 816-719-6445

New Jerusalem mowing bid

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From: Roye Dillon
roye@kclandscapes.com


New Jerusalem mowing bid

Our branch is looking for mowing bids for this coming year & also a bid for treating our lawn 4X. Have anyone interested contact me, via cell, text or email. We need these very soon.

New Jerusalem Restoration Branch
1527 E 24 Hwy.
Independence, MO 64050

Thank you & have a blessed day!
Roye!
Facilities Chair
​​
816-564-6940 (cell)

NURSING SCRUBS FOR SALE

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From: Cindy Holman
clholman7@gmail.com


NURSING SCRUBS FOR SALE

NURSES SCRUBS FOR SALE: $50.00 FOR 8 NURSES SCRUBS SIZE SMALL (TOPS AND BOTTOMS) THAT ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION. THEY ARE VARIOUS COLORS/DESIGNS. INCLUDED IN THIS IS ONE EXTRA TOP AND TWO SCRUB JACKETS
​ ​
(ONE PRINTED AND ONE
​WHITE).

IF INTERESTED CALL 816-217-7562​

Sunday, March 29, 2015

The Bible and the letter “j”

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From: HH1830@aol.com



The Bible and the letter “j”

Submitted for those that love the truth:

The following is a list of 14 English words or names spelled with the modern “J” followed by the Hebrew word spelled without the modern “J”. All words are found in the KJV.

1. Jaakan…..!q[y Ya`aqan (yah-ak-awn');

2. Jaakobah…..hbq[y Ya`aqobah (yah-ak-o'-baw);

3. Jaala….. al[y Ya`ala' (yah-al-aw');

4. Jaresiah ….. hyXr[y Ya`areshyah (yah-ar-esh-yaw');

5. Jasiel or Jaasiel….. layX[y Ya`asiy'el (yah-as-ee-ale');

6. Joha….. axwy Yowcha' (yo-khaw');

7. Jediael….. la[ydy Y@diy`a'el (yed-ee-ah-ale');

8. Joshaviah….. hywXwy Yowshavyah (yo-shav-yaw');

9. Jeopardy,,,,, Xpn Nephesh (neh'-fesh);

10. Jashobeam….. ~[bXy Yashob`am (yaw-shob-awm');

11. Joab….. bawy Yow'ab (yo-awb');

12. Jebusite….. yowby Y@buwciy (yeb-oo-see');

13. Jebus….. owby Y@buwc (yeb-oos');

14. Jerusalem….. ~lXwry Y@ruwshalaim (yer-oo-shaw-lah'-im);

The following 14 words or names; spelled first in the English with the modern “J”, follows by the Greek without the modern “J”.

1. Jesus….. ÅIhsou'ß Iesous (ee-ay-sooce');

2. Jacob….. ÅIakwvb Iakob (ee-ak-obe');

3. Judah or Judas….. ÅIouvdaß Ioudas (ee-oo-das');

4. Jehoshaphat….. ÅIwsafavt Iosaphat (ee-o-saf-at');

5. Jesse….. ÅIessaiv Iessai (es-es-sah'-ee);

6. Jehoram….. ÅIwravm Ioram (ee-o-ram');

7. Jotham….. ÅIwaqavm Ioatham (ee-o-ath'-am);

8. Josiah….. ÅIwshvc Iosias (ee-o-see'-as);

9. Jeconiah or Jehoiachin….. ÅIeconivaß Iechonias (ee-ekh-on-ee'-as);

10. Joseph….. ÅIwshvf Ioseph (ee-o-safe');

11. Judgment….. krivsiß Krisis (kree'-sis);

12. Jerusalem….. ÔIerosovluma Hierosoluma (hee-er-os-ol'-oo-mah);

13. John….. ÅIwavnnhß Ioannes (ee-o-an'-nace);

14. Judaea….. ÅIoudaiva Ioudaia (ee-oo-dah'-yah);

Today many Christians and others assume that the Greek name Jesus was the original name of the Savior who was Hebrew. If one does the research, one finds out that it is impossible for the Savior’s name to be Jesus.

What is the intent of this article?

The intent of this article is to investigate the origin of the Greek name Jesus and its erroneous transliteration of the Hebrew name of our Savior Yahshua. Our Saviour’s Name in Hebrew is IaHUShUA (read from right to left). The English name “Jesus,” which later employed the letter “J,” is a derivation from Greek “Iesous” and the Latin “Iesus” version.

This name “Jesus” commonly used in Christianity today did not exist and would not be spelled with the letter “J” until about 500 years ago. This article will also discuss the grammatical errors involved in the transliteration of Yahshua into Greek and Latin, which radically changed the form of Yahshua’s name.



Another error that will be discussed in this article is that “Yahshua’s name was not known to most translators at the time. Jewish Masoretic priests, around the 6th century A.D., created the name Jesus by changing the vowel point from the letter “a” to “e” in the Tetragrammaton YHWH. This resulted in changing the pronunciation from Yah to Yeh.

The priests continued the tradition, which was in effect at the time of the Messiah, of teaching the people that the name “Yahweh” was too sacred to pronounce, and to speak this name was blasphemy and punishable by death. Most people and lower level priests were initially taught to say “Adonai” when they saw the name “Yahweh” or the tetragrammaton written.

PLIM recommends a number of excellent websites that provide extensive research on the name. (Note: This is not an endorsement of their dogma.) Does the Letter “J” exist in Hebrew, Latin or Greek?

The answer to this question is no. In fact, there was no letter ‘J’ in any language prior to the 14th century in England. The letter did not become widely used until the 17th century.

The Encyclopedia Americana contains the following quote on the J: “The form of ‘J’ was unknown in any alphabet until the 14th century. Either symbol (J,I) used initially generally had the consonantal sound of Y as in year. Gradually, the two symbols (J,l) were differentiated, the J usually acquiring consonantal force and thus becoming regarded as a consonant, and the I becoming a vowel.

It was not until 1630 that the differentiation became general in England.” Note in the original 1611 version of the King James Version of the Bible there was no “J” letter in this Bible for because it did not exist. James was spelled Iames. Jesus was spelled Iesou

It was not until 1630 that the differentiation became general in England.” Note in the original 1611 version of the King James Version of the Bible there was no “J” letter in this Bible for because it did not exist. James was spelled Iames. Jesus was spelled Iesous.

Hans H. Hansen

March 28, 2015

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Obituary - Zella Charleen Thompson Ochs Sellers


1931 - 2015 | Obituary | Condolences
Zella Charleen Thompson Ochs Sellers Obituary
Zella Charleen Thompson Ochs Sellers passed away early Saturday morning March 21, 2015.

Charleen, as she was called, was born on July 20, 1931, in Independence, Missouri, to Thomas Kenneth Thompson and Zella Flay "Boyd" Thompson. While a young girl, the family moved to Chicago, Illinois, where Charleen enjoyed countless moments with her pre-teen friends riding the street cars through downtown Chicago on their way to the shores of Lake Michigan. When she was 13, the family returned to Independence to re-establish family roots. During her teenage years, she involved herself extensively in the Zion's League youth group of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (RLDS) where she established meaningful friendships which she maintained throughout her life. Charleen went on to graduate from William Chrisman High School in 1949 where she was active as a cheerleader. It was at that time when she lovingly became known by her friends as "Chuck" or "Chuckie" - a name to which she responded the rest of her life. After one year at Graceland College, Chuck married Jack Ressler Ochs with whom she gave birth to three children. As a young mother, she enthusiastically served as a girl's youth leader in the Skylark and Oriole program of the RLDS church bringing positive life experiences to all those she influenced.. She proclaimed those early years of marriage while raising her children as being the happiest moments in her life. In the late 1950's, Charleen became active in politics. While supporting local politicians, she served as a precinct captain for the Republican Party during the Kennedy-Nixon election. Her interest in civic affairs carried over into midlife where she volunteered to head the Independence Mental Health Center, a role that would serve her well in her later years.

In 1972, she married Julius Doyle (J.D.) Sellers and became the stepmother to two boys. In the late 1970's, she opened and operated the Calico Corners Gift Shop on the square where she enjoyed serving the public, engaging in friendly conversations, and meeting new people. Active in the Independence Chamber of Commerce, people came to know her by her vivid smile and infectious laugh. Later in life, she enjoyed traveling throughout the United States visiting her extended family and grandchildren.

Charleen found solace in her faith in God and remained an active member of the restoration movement in association with the South Crysler Restoration Branch of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. In her later years and always with joy in her heart, Charleen extended goodwill to all. Her smile and penchant for humor brought a smile to those she touched. From all those who have known her, she will be dearly missed.

She was preceded in death by her mother, father and husband J.D. She is survived by a brother, Allan Thompson and wife Jo Ann of Montana; a son, Robert "Bob" Ochs and wife Carol of Norman, Oklahoma; two daughters, Debra Rosenquist and husband John of Clearwater, Florida and Dana Storm and husband Gary, of Independence and two stepsons, Scott Sellers and wife Eileen of St. Louis, Missouri and Doug Sellers of Lexington, Oklahoma.

In addition, she is survived by eleven grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. Per Charleen's request, a graveside service for family and friends will be at Mound Grove Cemetery, 1818 N. River Blvd at 10:00 a.m., Thursday, March 26, 2015. Donations may be made in her name to the South Crysler Restoration Branch 16101 E. Salisbury Rd., Independence, MO 64050.

Online condolences may be expressed at www.speakschapel.com

Arrangements: Speaks Suburban Chapel
- See more at: http://www.legacy.com/obituaries/examiner/obituary.aspx?n=zella-charleen-thompson-ochs-sellers&pid=174468631&fhid=4641#sthash.JGigoxme.dpuf

Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Spring Men's Retreat

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From: Bird, Ivan
ivan.bird@orbitalatk.com


Spring Men's Retreat

Calling all men for a Spring Retreat April 18-19 at Living Hope!

Buy tickets on Event brite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spring-mens-retreat-living-hope-tickets-16308964552

More info on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1609240505971629/

Email: ivan.bird@atk.com

Thanks, and hope to see you there!


For Sale Paint Horse

From: Dwight Elefson
drelefson@gmail.com



For Sale Paint Horse



She is green broke not for a child.
She is a good mama.
Make an offer.
She is in Independence MO.

Free Upright Piano

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From: Steven Schultz
stevenschultz50@embarqmail.com


Free Upright Piano

From: Steven Schultz (Independence)

Free upright piano (ours) to someone who can themselves take it away. It looks good and is in great working order. Call me to so arrange. Thank you.

816-223-3968

​Be a Doctor Prepper


​Be a Doctor Prepper


Time to start rethinking supplies et al:

​Good information to be prepared​


https://sites.google.com/site/southernbelleprepper/food-storage-information/handouts/100-top-items-that-will-disappear-in-an-emergency

http://www.theprepperjournal.com/2014/02/26/preppers-list-of-supplies/

Monday, March 23, 2015

Moving Give Away

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From: Diana And Ben Galbraith
benlindygalbraith@yahoo.com


Moving Give Away


Yours for the taking:

Wurlitzer organ with Orbit III synthesizer, has beautiful walnut cabinet

Schwin Airdyne stationary bike

Call Diana Galbraith at
​​
816-769-7485

Apartments For Rent

From: Sharon Nimmo


Apartments For Rent

Apartments are available close to the Independence Center area.

Please contact Sharon Nimmo for details and price.
816-229-4518

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Camper Trailer Needed

Camper Trailer Needed

Cornerstone of Zion, the Restoration Missionary and Visitor Center in Nauvoo, has a need for a 30 to 35 foot camping trailer to house volunteers who man the center. Anyone who has one that could be used during the summer or one to donate or who wishes to donate funds towards this, please contact Dave Drummond. 641-799-7550

It opened last summer, but was not open regularly. There was interest and opportunity to witness, and this summer we have more Restoration groups using the center and individuals willing to volunteer, but we need a place for volunteers to stay.

Thank you for your support.
Nauvoo Project Committee

Saddle and Pad For Sale

From: Rachel Horn
horn_music@yahoo.com


Saddle and Pad For Sale

I turned the corral into a garden so now I am selling my saddle and pad for $225.

All the pictures are on the craigslist ad.


http://kansascity.craigslist.org/grd/4942800890.html

Meals for the McCune's

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From: Becky Stayton
sbstayton87@gmail.com


Meals for the McCune's

Thank you to all who have responded to help the McCunes.
I have created an on-line account to help with bringing in meals.
Meals are needed only 3 times each week.

Click on the link below. Then enter the passcode : KarmiM
Meals for the McCunes

http://www.takethemameal.com/meals.php?t=KCAF0548

If you would like to help in other ways, please call, text or message Becky Stayton.

sbstayton87@gmail.com
816 830-5141

Friday, March 20, 2015

Independence Apartment Needed


From: Kara Gernhart
gernhart@sting.graceland.edu


Hello!

My name is Kara and I am currently a senior at Graceland University I attend the Decatur Iowa Restoration Branch. Next fall I will be student teaching in the Independence area. I am looking for a one bedroom non- furnished apartment with kitchen and bathroom faculties. I do not have any pets. If needed I can provide references! If interested you can contact me at gernhart1992@gmail.com

Thanks,
Kara Gernhart

New pertinent website


From: Phyllis Windes
pmwindes@yahoo.com


New pertinent website

Check out this new website that I just heard about on TBN (Trinity Broadcasting Networks) started by James Robison--an Evangelical Minister and Patriot. It includes current important news related to Christian living and Freedom. It updates regularly. Across the top of the site are subjects one can click on and see related articles. You will see that God is in the center--on purpose. I'm hoping it will turn out to be a truly helpful place for information. James and his wife, Betty felt the Spirit led them to provide this website. I plan to check it out.

The Stream | the thinking everyman’s national daily—championing freedom, smaller government and human dignity.

https://stream.org/

​Positions Available​


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From: Terri Gard
terrigard@sbcglobal.net


​Positions Available​

We are looking for an Electrical Engineer II position.

We are looking for a Senior Electrical Engineer.

Feel free to forward on to anyone that may be interested.

Healthcare engineering is a huge benefit.

Thanks!


JON BROLHORST, IES
ASSOCIATE | SR. ELECTRICAL DESIGNER
t: 913.254.3449
www.megroup.com

Senior Electrical Engineer.docx
[Word]

Electrical Engineer II.DOCX
[Word]



++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

ROLE DETAIL – SENIOR ELECTRICAL ENGINEER

ORGANIZATION

Position: Senior Electrical Engineer

Reports To: Chief Electrical Engineer

Direct

Reports: None

Indirect

Reports:

RESPONSIBILITIES

Internal

Responsibilities:

Engineers

Designers

Technicians

Serve as the Licensed Professional Engineer overseeing all engineering analysis and development of

quality Electrical design deliverables for projects. Ensure proper coordination with other disciplines.

Mentor other engineers, designers, and technicians and ensure deadlines and client expectations are

met. Oversee construction administration. Provide Project Management on select projects. Manage

project issues and resolutions. Assist Chief Electrical Engineer with staff management. Assist Chief

Electrical Engineer with standards and best practices.

External

Responsibilities: Provide clients quality service and project delivery.

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

KPI 1 Quality product and service (client satisfaction & retention)

KPI 2 Internal Communication and Teamwork (peer reviews)

KPI 3 Project Management (project profitability)

KPI 4 Technical innovation (continuous improvement, new services, strategic contribution)

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Bachelors degree in Engineering

Professional Engineer with 12 years experience in Electrical engineering

KEY EXPERIENCES

Strong understanding of current building codes & regulations

Extremely responsive and dedicated to meeting expectations

Personable individuals who are able to earn the trust of others

Strong teaching skills and passion for improving others

Proven producer of detailed, thorough, and error free work product

Adept at prioritizing workload and proactively communicating in order to ensure deadlines are met

Ability to apply technical expertise quickly and offer client’s strong solutions in the field

Personable individuals who are able to earn the trust of others

Interested?

Candidates may contact Debbie Swanson at: 402-464-3833 ext 2114 or debbie.swanson@megroup.com

Genuine | Progressive | Advocates

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

ROLE DETAIL – ELECTRICAL ENGINEER II

ORGANIZATION

Position: Electrical Engineer II

Reports To: Chief Electrical Engineer

Direct

Reports: None

Indirect

Reports: None

RESPONSIBILITIES

Internal

Responsibilities:

Perform all engineering analysis required and develop quality electrical design deliverables for projects

under direction of Licensed Professional Engineer. Coordinate with other disciplines. Work closely with

other engineers, designers, and technicians to meet deadlines and client expectations. Manage shop

drawings and submittals. Provide construction administration. Assist with Project Management on

select projects. Manage project issues and resolutions. Provide feedback to Chief Electrical Engineer on

standards and best practices.

External

Responsibilities: Provide clients quality service and project delivery.

KEY PERFORMANCE INDICATORS

KPI 1 Quality product and service (client satisfaction & retention)

KPI 2 Internal Communication and Teamwork (peer reviews)

KPI 3 Project Management (project profitability)

KPI 4 Technical innovation (continuous improvement, new services, strategic contribution)

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

Bachelors degree in Engineering

Professional Engineer OR 7 years experience in electrical engineering

KEY EXPERIENCES

Skilled BIM and CADD user

Strong understanding of current building codes & regulations

Extremely responsive and dedicated to meeting expectations

Personable individuals who are able to earn the trust of others

Proven ability to work to tight deadlines in a team environment

Proven producer of detailed, thorough, and error free work product

Adept at prioritizing workload and proactively communicating in order to ensure deadlines are met

Ability to apply technical expertise quickly and offer client’s strong solutions in the field

Interested?

Candidates may contact Debbie Swanson at: 402-464-3833 ext 2114 or debbie.swanson@megroup.com

Genuine | Progressive | Advocates

It’s a Chili Cook-Off !!

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From: Jacara Foss
jaf97480@ucmo.edu



It’s a Chili Cook-Off !!



Support the Warrensburg RCM group as they host the

Annual RCM Chili Dinner Fundraiser!



· Enjoy hot chili, moist cornbread, and sweet desserts

· Taste test our different kinds of homemade chili

· Cast your vote and help choose the Chili Champion

· Fellowship with other church members

· All ages welcome

March 28th, 2015

Colbern Road Restoration Branch

Come anytime between 6:00 & 8:00pm

*Donations appreciated*

--
Jacara Foss
700559748
jaf97480@ucmo.edu



Prayer Request

Prayer Request

Please pray for Brother Everett McEachern in Maine. He is recovering from a broken hip, due to a fall on March 3.

Thanks
Paul Gage​

Fight For Your Marriage: "Go Home and Love Your Wife"

Fight For Your Marriage: "Go Home and Love Your Wife" {Video}


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From: Nancy Moe
smithsisters4@embarqmail.com


Hello all! This is a log I like to read from time to time. This was a recent post I thought you might like to see and/or pass along. Enjoy.
Love, Nancy


Fight For Your Marriage: "Go Home and Love Your Wife" {Video} http://proverbs14verse1.blogspot.com/


Posted: 19 Mar 2015 07:21 AM PDT
We need to fight for our marriages and not take a back seat in a culture that wants to destroy it.

I love how Voddie Baucham always says how it is with so much truth and humor too! You will love this so take a minute to watch it, it is so worth it:


I pray we will raise up sons and daughters who value marriage and the sacrifice that it takes as they see us fighting for ours to leave them a legacy that will bless generations. Even though this video addresses husbands, we would be wise to also love and respect our husbands too.

Fighting for our marriages means taking the hard path but in the end, everyone truly does win and God is glorified.

So if you are going through a tough time right now, lift it up to God, the Redeemer of all things, so that He may give you wisdom, strength, steadfastness, and guidance.


It is so worth it--don't give up!



If you enjoyed this video you can find more ofVoddie's excellent resources HERE.


http://feedburner.google.com/fb/a/mailverify?uri=AWiseWomanBuildsHerHome


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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

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Stu12Gage@hotmail.com ​


​​
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Australia Part Two


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From: paul gage
pauljg_64055@yahoo.com


Australia Part Two

G'Day, Saints,

I am now into my fifth week of a mission trip to Australia. The mission has taken me to Armidale, Tenterfield, Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast, Maryborough, Gin Gin, Tamworth, Parkville, Medowie, Adelaide, Gawler, back to Sydney for the third time, and heading the next week for Yass, Euroa, and back to Tamworth before going to the Australian reunion at Mt Seaview during the Easter weekend.

Opportunities to visit with many Saints and friends have been marvelous.

Please uphold the Saints in Australia in your daily and weekly prayers.

God bless
In Christ,
Paul Gage

VITAMIN C

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: julie leibold
jgkonig@sbcglobal.net

​​
VITAMIN C

Vitamin C is very powerful, and frequently forgotten!
Vitamin C might be one of the most researched antioxidants around: everyone from the NIH to Linus Pauling and Dr. Levy have or are touting its influence in longevity, cancer and heart disease.
Acting as an antioxidant, Vitamin C can slow the progression of hardening of the arteries. Vitamin C acts on cell membrane fluidity (keeping arteries flexible), and helps in tissue repair. Vitamin C may help prevent oxidative damage to LDL (“bad”) cholesterol which, if damaged, can form a plaque in the arteries, putting both men and women at risk for cardiovascular disease.
It is also interesting to note people who have low levels of vitamin C may be more likely to have a heart attack, stroke, or peripheral artery disease. Each one of those, alone or in combination, has as a primary causative factor a hardening of the arteries.
Peripheral artery disease, in particular, has gotten a great deal of media attention lately, occurring in both men and women with sedentary lifestyles. PAD is the term used to describe atherosclerosis of the blood vessels unique to the lower extremities, or legs. While there is no substitute for healthy physical activity and diet, patients that describe pain when walking, exertion fatigue and general joint discomfort may benefit from additional Vitamin C intake.
Vitamin C rich foods include: citrus fruits such as oranges, tomatoes, apples and guava, and vegetables such as Brussels sprouts and red peppers to name a few. A healthy diet ensures that you also get the benefit of other antioxidants and nutrients contained in food, and supplementation ensures sufficient intake to assist balancing both the endogenous and exogenous sources of free radical damage.

Julie Leibold RN/FCN.
Health Ambassador.
816 517 6802
"Stay Informed to Stay Well"

Australia Part Two

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: paul gage
pauljg_64055@yahoo.com


Australia Part Two

G'Day, Saints,

I am now into my fifth week of a mission trip to Australia. The mission has taken me to Armidale, Tenterfield, Brisbane, the Sunshine Coast, Maryborough, Gin Gin, Tamworth, Parkville, Medowie, Adelaide, Gawler, back to Sydney for the third time, and heading the next week for Yass, Euroa, and back to Tamworth before going to the Australian reunion at Mt Seaview during the Easter weekend.

Opportunities to visit with many Saints and friends have been marvelous.

Please uphold the Saints in Australia in your daily and weekly prayers.

God bless
In Christ,
Paul Gage

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Job Opportunity - Liberty, MO

From: Kyle
kcb25510@hotmail.com


Job Opportunity - Liberty, MO


Hi!

We have a job opportunity at Axiom Impressions in Liberty, MO. We are an inserts printer and mailer and are seeking an entry level position for immediate hire. The position is a mailing coordinator assistant and a job description is listed below. Please contact me directly for questions and to set up and interview. You can email me at kylebryant@axiomimpressions.com.


Customer Service/Mailing Coordinator Assistant


Job Description

Assisting the Customer Service/Mailing Coordinator by helping to coordinate production of printed materials, or print related services for the company’s customers. Maintain positive customer relations through active engagement of the customer through all stages of the manufacturing process from initial contact through final disposition of the customer’s product.

Responsibilities

· Ensure job instructions are entered and verified in the various manufacturing systems and queued in to the production schedule.

· Solicit additional information needed for current jobs and coordinate changes to jobs. May forward/review proofs with customer and obtain approval of materials.

· Coordinate production of components with other internal departments and/or external vendors as required.

· Coordinate the resolution of customer or manufacturing issues with customer jobs. Engage appropriate departments to verify the issue and determine the root case. May make recommendations to management on appropriate response to issues that are in the best interest of the customer and the company. Communicate with customers regarding the resolution of issues.

· Monitor progress of jobs throughout production, confer with manufacturing operations on counts and final runs and ensure the final product meets customer requirements and company standards.

· Tally the final production runs and work performed to assemble paperwork for billing purposes.


Required Skills

2 year Associates with 1-3 years of relevant administrative/operational support in manufacturing operations or office environment directly related to the duties of the job, OR demonstrated ability to meet the job requirements through a comparable number of years of work experience. May possess additional education certification in this level.

Requires excellent knowledge of functional area(s) related to the job or good knowledge related to a professional field of work. Able to consistently apply applicable policies, procedures, regulations, and program objectives when carrying out the duties of the job. Must have advanced knowledge of technology to include computers and software programs such as MS Office, word processing, spreadsheets or other programs specific to the job in order to complete job duties successfully. Must have excellent oral and written communication skills to communicate effectively across departments when completing assignments. Must have strong organizational skills with ability to manage deadlines and prioritize workload and make adjustment to meet business needs.

Experience Requested

Job related work experience (Customer Service, print production planning) minimum 1-3 years. Requires strong organizational skills, ability to manage deadlines, prioritize workload and make adjustments to meet business needs. Candidate must have excellent oral and written communication skills to effectively complete jobs across all departments.

Job Location

Liberty, Missouri, United States

Position Type

Full-Time/Regular - $10/hr


Extra Heirloom/Non-GMO, Organic Garden Plants

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Kelli Miesse
miesse@sbcglobal.net


Extra Heirloom/Non-GMO, Organic Garden Plants

Happy Spring, everyone!


Due to yet another ridiculously high germination rate, I will potentially have extra plants of the following type and amount:


Beefsteak Tomato – 40

Better Boy – 20

Black Cherry – 15

Brandywine – 40

Cherokee Purple – 30

Early Girl – 30

Mr Stripey – 20

Mortgage Lifter – 10

Pearl Pink – 20

Roma – 20

Super Sweet - 10

Green Tomatillo – 5

Purple Tomatillo – 5

Yellow Pear – 10


These plants are all $3 each, and are available to be reserved for May, on a first come, first served basis. These plants are heirloom/non-GMO, organic seedlings grown under my care, and in my yard.


Please let me know by the end of the week (March 20th), as that is when transplanting into individual containers will begin.


My email address is miesse@sbcglobal.net


Regards,

Kelli

Monday, March 16, 2015

​Seasonal Job Positions at Jackson County Parks and Recreation​

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Michael J Rhonda J Stahlman
mrstahlman@embarqmail.com

​​

​Seasonal Job Positions at Jackson County Parks and Recreation​


http://www.jacksongov.org/jobs/

​New Home for Pet

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Cindy Schoenemann
1treblemaker@sbcglobal.net

​​

​New Home for Pet


We have a very sweet rabbit that needs a new home. Her name is Annabelle and she is a California/New Zealand cross. She is white with a few black spots and loves apples, carrots and attention. If you are interested, please call or text me at 816-372-4310

Thank you,
Cindy Schoenemann

Heavenly Observations by Lynn Ridenhour


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


Sunday, March 15th, 2015


I just saw history in the making.

Less than an hour ago I came home from church service at Zarahemla Branch, a restoration congregation located here in Independence. While the memories are still fresh, I rush to my computer to write what I have witnessed this past weekend.

About this morning’s service…It’s always a good sign when people linger afterwards. I heard comments like:

“Wow!”

“History was made today.”

“There’ll come a day when we will look back and say ‘I was there when…’”

People were hugging, chatting, smiling. A sweet spirit was in the air. I was looking around at the faces of the saints. It was like…hope had returned.


I saved today’s bulletin. Four Utah LDS brothers and one LDS sister shared the pulpit, speaking in a Sunday morning restoration branch worship service, each bearing their love for the Book of Mormon and the restoration gospel.

They were loved. They were embraced. They were respected. One of the leaders of Zarahemla Branch came up to me afterwards, shaking my hand and thanking me for coming, “This is just the beginning,” he said. I believe his words are prophetic.

Today I believe history was made. I know it was. I’m convinced this past weekend will someday be written in church history books. It was a weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) when LDS brothers and sisters preached and testified, standing in a Restoration Branch pulpit in Independence. It was a weekend when LDS, Community of Christ and Restoration Branch brothers and sisters exchanged pulpits.

Last evening at the Independence LDS Stake Center I sat listening along with hundreds of local saints—some Community of Christ, some Temple Lot, others Remnant, others Restoration Branch, and of course, our LDS brothers and sisters. We sat side by side, eagerly listening to a Restoration Branch elder, Brother Patrick McKay, preach a wonderful message from an LDS pulpit. I was sitting next to a dear friend of mine during the service, a brother who attends one of the local restoration branch congregations. And I was watching his reactions throughout the evening as the brethren delivered their messages. Three LDS brothers spoke and one restoration branch brother spoke.

My friend was shaking his head in happy disbelief as he listened with joy. An LDS brother had just finished and sat down. My restoration friend leans over and speaks softly, “These brothers (LDS) know Jesus!” And then he says, “No more, not in my presence, will I allow my restoration friends to say—they don’t Jesus.”

There was joy in the air.

Night before last, I sat in Stone Church with hundreds of saints—again LDS, Community of Christ, Remnant, Restoration Branch—as we listened to two LDS BYU professors, a Community of Christ apostle, and the President of a Quorum of Restoration Seventies share their messages from the Stone Church pulpit. Yes, joy was in the air there too.

Last night was also special. As said, we were meeting in the Independence LDS Stake Center. I’m estimating between three and four hundred of us stood and robustly sang at the end of the service, “The Spirit of God, like a fire is burning…” I’m telling you—the rooftop was raised. I was sitting near the back. Some of the saints had their hands lifted, others were reaching for their handkerchiefs, wiping tears. I told one LDS brother today after the service at Zarahemla Branch, “I thought last night I was in the Kirtland Temple singing along with the early saints.”


“I did too!” he said.


After today’s service, Brother Bob, one of the speakers, and I were milling about near the back. He pulls me aside, “Lynn, this is a bit of Pentecostalism.”

“Yes it is, Brother Bob. Yes, it is.”

If I esteem mankind to be in error, shall I bear down on them? No. I will lift them up, and in their own way too, if I cannot persuade them my way is better. I will not seek to compel any man to believe as I do, only by force of reasoning, for truth will cut its own way. Do you believe Jesus Christ and the gospel of salvation which he revealed? So do I. Christians should cease wrangling and contending with each other, and cultivate the principles of union and friendship. I am just as ready to die defending the rights of a Presbyterian, a Baptist, or a good man of any other denomination. (Joseph Smith)

4th Annual Day in the Country at Kingville Restoration Branch

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Julie Marsh
juliemarsh@hughes.net


4th Annual Day in the Country at Kingville Restoration Branch

We are preparing for the 4th Annual Day in the Country at Kingsville Restoration Branch. In the past years we have had over 300 people to come to this event. We will be having several new and old classes this year. This will be Saturday, October 3.

We are looking for people willing to share their experiences in - raising chickens, small live stack, Solar cooking, Solar energy, growing and using herbs, Sorghum, growing fruit trees, canning, jelly making, gardening, seed saving, starting plants, coupon saving, music, open to others suggestions. Please contact us As soon as possible.

Additional information regarding the days events will be sent out soon.

Thank you,

Please contact Julie Marsh 816-616-9293 or email juliemarsh@hughes.net or Shannon Andes 816-288-5211


Sunday, March 15, 2015

Items to Give Away

From: dakotakid1@comcast.net


We have items to give away

Nice table and chairs, medium size

An Entertainment Center that is oak, perfect condition

TV that has built in CD and DVD player

We would like to give to anyone that is need.
We are not able to deliver, and would like it picked up soon,
because we have to leave a car outside to keep it in our garage.

Harold and Joan Sharkey
816-795-8669
816-726-3914
816-716-9912

​​ ​In need of a vehicle

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: kyle harding
k_thomas_h@yahoo.com


​​
​In need of a vehicle

We are in need of a vehicle. Our budget is $2000. It will be paid in cash. It needs to be something reliable so Kyle can get back and forth to work. We don't really care what it looks like just as long as it's in working condition and needs no repairs.

​Thank you!

- Kyle and Jessica Harding

Saturday, March 14, 2015

Ancora Concert "Blessed Assurance"


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


Ancora Concert "Blessed Assurance"


Hello Church Family,

I would like to invite you to a beautiful concert of worshipful music presented by Ancora's Kristopher Taylor. We have three performances, as shown in the picture.


​Blessed Assurance

Saturday, March 14 - 7:30 pm - Shaw Performing Arts Center, Lamoni Iowa

Sunday, March 15 - 3:00 pm - St. John's Methodist Church, KC Missouri

Tuesday, March 17 - 7:30 pm - St. Mark's Catholic Church, Independence Missouri

$10 General Admission, $5 Student Admission
Tickets Available at Door or at:
theancorachorale.org

Friday, March 13, 2015

OPEN HOUSE next Saturday 4 bedroom/3 bath home in Independence

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Gayle Dunning
gaylesdunning@gmail.com


OPEN HOUSE next Saturday 4 bedroom/3 bath home in Independence

The home for sale across from the Devon Park Branch has been reduced in price to $142,500. It offers 4 bedrooms+1 office/3 bathrooms sitting on a .5-1 lot. The home also includes hardwood floors throughout, stainless steel appliances, 2 full kitchens, and is listed at a great price. See attached flyer for more information.

Please stop by for a visit during an Open House next Saturday, March 21st from 11 AM-1 PM. Refreshments will be provided.

Hope to see you there!

Best regards,

Gayle S. (Shepard) Dunning, Realtor®, MBA
Platinum Realty
____________________________________________________________
Mobile: 816.547.1971 | Office: 888.220.0988 | Fax: 888.220.0989
gdunning@MoveWithPlatinum.com | www.MoveWithPlatinum.com



https://mail.google.com/mail/u/0/#inbox/14c138f4dfa18deb?projector=1

CPRS High School Choir Fundraiser!


CPRS High School Choir Fundraiser!



What: Chili Supper Fundraiser and Bake Sale

When: Saturday March 14th

Time: 4:30-7:00pm

Where: South Crysler Restoration Branch

Cost: $7.50 per person

$4.00 for kids 8 and under

Come hear the choir sing while you enjoy chili, drinks and dessert!



Mike Palmer

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

Thursday, March 12, 2015

Karmi - Update

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Scott & Becky Stayton
sbstayton87@gmail.com


Karmi

I just spoke to Ron McCune. He said Karmi had a very rough week last week with chemo so he was not able to work. Also, they were pretty discouraged by the results of her heart test which said her heart had not improved since her episode in December. Our prayers are still needed.

They do have their living expenses covered until the first of April but not beyond. Besides the one job he has to finish, there are no other jobs pending at this time.

Ideas of how we can help them:

*Send gift cards for gas, groceries and necessities

*Of course, cash is always helpful.

*Send your prayers, cards and kind words of strength

Thank you so much for your generosity.

Becky S


Their address is:

Ron and Karmi McCune
2212 S Holke Ct.
Independence MO 64057

Restoration Branch Family Reunion and Conference of Restoration Elders

Restoration Branch Family Reunion

& Conference of Restoration Elders

The decrees of God are unalterable;

therefore

THE WAY IS PREPARED

That whosoever will,

may walk therein and be saved

June 21–26, 2015

Center Place Restoration School/

Waldo Avenue Restoration Branch

Independence, MO

For more information go to - www.eldersconference.org

Country Home for Sale

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Steven Schultz
stevenschultz50@embarqmail.com


Country Home for Sale

Ranch style house with 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, a large open living room and dining room, workshop, extra sized two stall garage (recent), pond and custom 8x16 shed. This property is on one acre of land with city water, Independence mailing address, vegetable and flower gardens, low Jackson County tax residency and very close to Fort Osage Schools. It has been progressively remodeled and redecorated over the past few years with many documented improvements. This home has about 1300 square feet on the main floor and another 500+ in the lower walk out floor. We are moving now and have priced it for quick sale through REMAX. Let others know also, please. Thank you.

Please call Steven Schultz 816-223-3968 for more information.

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

Amazon - Gives to your favorite Charity

From: Curry Kenworthy
curry@pair.com



Amazon (http://smile.amazon.com) can donate to a charity when you buy.

Surprisingly I found it can be a CONSERVATIVE charity!
So if you already have to shop there, might as well.

Select NRA and thwart gun bans.

American Life League - support life.

Reaching Unreached Nations (Virginia Beach, VA) - save ISIS victims.

Discovery Institute (Seattle, WA) - intelligent design.

Heritage Foundation - good stuff.

Tea Party Patriots Foundation - change the GOP.

Many others. Search for the one you want and select it. You can only select one but you can change it anytime. Then use the smile.amazon.com
address when you shop Amazon.


Best wishes,
Curry K.



Tuesday, March 10, 2015

The Restoration Resurrection Choir and Orchestra

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Larry Ward
laward.01@comcast.net



The Restoration Resurrection Choir and Orchestra

present Joseph M. Martin's

"A Time for Alleluia"

a musical celebration of the life, death and resurrection

of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ


Worship Service Dates/Times:


Sunday, March 29 – 6:30 p.m.

Outreach Restoration Branch

723 South Crysler, Independence, MO

Sunday, April 5 – 11:00 a.m.



Atherton Restoration Branch

4910 North Main, Atherton, MO

Sunday, April 12 – 11:00 a.m.



Missionary Restoration Branch

3515 Elsea Smith Road, Buckner, MO



"To everything there is a season,
and a time for
every purpose under heaven."

For more information visit www.restorationchoir.webs.com

Photo Shoot Discount

From: Maeanna Mefferd
momentoftimephotography@gmail.com

BOOK BEFORE APRIL 15TH to receive at least a 40% discount -Plus find out how to be entered in a drawing for a free photoshoot!
March 10, 2015 at 12:57am

If you book a photo session (including giving deposit OF $40 to hold the appt time and day) by April 15th 2015 you will receive a guaranteed 1 hr 15min photo session for a total of $90. ---Our regular rate is 1hr for $150...


If you are interested in booking a wedding before April 15th please message us to get the discounted rates and the deposit requirement... Thank you!


The deal gets even better... the discount increases the more photo sessions are booked... SO SPREAD THE WORD AND SAVE MORE MONEY AND GET A LONGER SESSION!!


BELOW SHOWS THE POSSIBLE EXTRA SAVINGS

If the following number of sessions are booked (and deposit of $40 received-wedding deposit is more) by April 15th 2015, it will make ALL SESSIONS BOOKED THE FOLLOWING AMOUNTS.


as session numbers increase...THE PRICE DECREASES AND THE TIME INCREASES ALONG WITH THE PRIZE INCREASING!!.. plus all booked by April 15th will be put in a drawing to receive at least 1 free photo session. (there must be a total of 3 sessions booked by April 15th in order for the prize drawing to occur) (If drawing occurs, it will happen near the end of April).


1-9 sessions booked by April 15th ..... 1.25 hr. photo session..... $90..... (if drawing occurs the prize would be 1 free 1hr photo session)


10-19 sessions booked by April 15th.... 1.5 hr. photo session..... $80..... (the prize for the drawing would increase to 1 free 1.5hr photo session)


20+ sessions booked by April 15th.... 2 hr. photo session..... $70.... (the prize for the drawing would increase to 2 free 1 hr photo sessions)


(appts. Must be booked by April 15th midnight and deposit of $40 received in order to count towards session numbers for the deal/contest)

Wedding deposit is more.


Must have minimum of 3 bookings by April 15th. in order for the prize drawing to occur. (will occur at the end of April if requirement is met)


Drawing will occur the end of April—after the 15th)

The session could include any from newborn photos, engagement, senior pictures, or similar types of pictures.

A wedding booked before April 15th with the deposit received a discount as well and count as 1 session for every hr booked ( in terms of the contest and the deal)


The deposit to schedule and hold date and time is $40 (due upon scheduling the appt) (weddings are different deposit). The remaining amount due will be due at the day of the session before the pictures are taken (depending on how many sessions and deposits received by April 15th)….


Pictures (digital copies) will be delivered via flash drive.. and we will get flash drive back…


DEPOSIT AND PAYMENT INFORMATION

If appointment is April 1-14th .. the deposit of $40 (wedding deposit is more) is due at time of making appointment... Then the remaining $50 is due at the day of the appointment.... If on April 15th a higher discount is qualified for (10 photo sessions or more booked)... The discount will be honored for the sessions that occurred before the 15th in the form of a refund check for the extra discount.


for example... someone has an appointment April 2nd (on the second only 5 sessions have been booked)... the client receiving our services on the 2nd would have to pay the full $90 amount total. Then if it comes about that on April 15th there has been 11 sessions booked... the person that had the session on the 2nd would receive a refunded check amount of $10 to have still received the promised total cost.

To book an appointment feel free to message us on here

email at momentoftimephotography@gmail.com

OR give us a call (leave a message if you do not answer) at 816-908-7022

Sunday, March 8, 2015

Van For Sale price: $6500

From: Tom Hairabedian
tomhairabedian@gmail.com


Van For Sale price: $6500

Dodge Grand Caravan 2007, Special Edition
Mileage: 114,600
Both side sliding doors and back Lift door, are powered
CD player, Radio AM, FM Sun Roof, plus more amenities
Good Tires, Uses no oil
Has Heated front seats
Air Conditioning
7 seat Van
5 back Seats can be stored below the floor making room for cargo.

Tom Hairabedian
Cell: 816-678-9832

Saturday, March 7, 2015

For Sale - Two Antique Wood Stoves

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Dayn Cederstrom
daynlarz@yahoo.com


For Sale - Antique Wood Stoves

Dowagiac Round Oak Stove - as is - $1500.00

Charter Oak Stove - as is - $1200.00


Call Dayn Cederstrom @ 816 419 5887 or email @ daynlarz@yahoo.com

Friday, March 6, 2015

Job Opening - Lee's Summit Bus Driver

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Terri Gard
terrigard@sbcglobal.net


Job Opening

The Lee's Summit R-7 School District has immediate openings for Bus Drivers.

BUS DRIVER OPENINGS: Minimum wage while in training. After completing training and obtaining your CDL, hourly rate increases to $13.92 with benefits.

Call 816-986-2400 for questions.

Dan Gard

Thursday, March 5, 2015

Job openings - We are also hiring an interior designer

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: krissandra@abconcepts.biz


Job openings - We are also hiring an interior designer


Absolute Building Concepts LLC is looking for level 1 and level 2 carpenters.

We are also hiring an interior designer.
A designer must have a degree in interior design, a good work ethic, and communicate well.


Level 1 carpenters should have basic knowledge of carpentry & construction labor and be able to operate saws and other equipment. Candidates should possess at least two years of experience in the construction field.

Level 2 carpenters should be proficient in carpentry, as well as have a good knowledge of general construction and remodeling work. Candidates should possess at least 5 years of experience in the construction field.

Farm experience is a plus.

For a job application, please contact the office manager at krissandra@abconcepts.biz or 816-517-1145. A resume will also be required.



Krissandra Seymour
Licensed, Certified Contractor
Absolute Building Concepts LLC
816-517-1145

The Book of Mormon in Zion Conference


From: Patrick McKay Sr.
patrick23seventy@hotmail.com


The Book of Mormon in Zion Conference:
A Celebration of the Other Testament of Jesus Christ

Friday, March 13, 2015
The historic Stone Church

Saturday, March 14, 2015
LDS Independence Stake Center

In gospel bonds,
Patrick McKay


Don’t forget…

Placing Kangen Machine Supply Order


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Muriel Luedeman
mur620@gmail.com


Placing Kangen Machine Supply Order

Attention: Kangen water machine owners


I am placing a supply order on Saturday, the 7th. If you need supplies, call or email me and I will order yours along with the rest of my order and save you on shipping costs. There is not a filter sale on at the moment, so the cost for a new filter is $120.

Muriel


Muriel WinnLuedeman

816-726-8425

Keeping Bee's this year; need hive bodies

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Bruce
bluedema@gmail.com


Keeping Bee's this year; need hive bodies


My 17 year old son has expressed interest in keeping bee’s this year. I kept the honey bee colony going at the Kansas City Zoo and Lake Side Nature Center for several years but no longer have any hive bodies. If someone has two hive bodies with bottoms and top covers I would be happy to purchase them from you. Hive bodies with established foundation would be a real plus. I will also be purchasing nuc’s if necessary. We live near the Bingam-Wagner Mansion with it’s many flowers and large clover field. Please contact Bruce Luedeman at 816-353-6826. Texting is the quickest way to get hold of me but a voice mail is OK to if I can’t pick up the phone.


Thanks and God Bless!

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

South Crysler Restoration Boys Program Fundraiser Pancake Breakfast

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Darren Coffman
darrencoffman@yahoo.com


South Crysler Restoration Boys Program Fundraiser Pancake Breakfast


Pancake Breakfast
All you can eat!

Trailblazer Troop 216

Help support the boys in the Troop
by joining them for breakfast!

Pancakes & Syrup
Scrambled Eggs
Sausage
Milk
Orange Juice

When:
Saturday, March 28th, 2015, @ 8:00 am. – 11:30 am.
Where:
South Crysler Restoration Branch of the Church of Jesus Christ, 16101 Salisbury Road, Independence, MO.
Cost: $5.00 per person or $15.00 for family

We hope to see you there!

$3.00 RLDS Book Sale for March - PLUS FREE BOOKS IN 2015!

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Paul Ludy
paulvludy@gmail.com




$3.00 RLDS Book Sale for March

PLUS FREE BOOKS IN 2015!

For Every 3 Books You Purchase, You Get 1 Free (from this list only)

This offer is good through March 31, 2015, or while supplies last.

To order e-mail to Oldbookman@juno.com or phone (816) 210-8450.

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

Bradley, Ruth O., Great Themes from the Book of Mormon, 1974, hard, 200 pages

Burns, Connie, Walk in the Light, New CD with 18 hymns (not Restoration hymns)

Cheville, Roy A., Expectations for Endowed Living, 1972, hard, 122 pages

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

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

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

Cheville, Roy A., Ten Considerations for Family Living, 1958, soft, 150 pages

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

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

Conduff, Sara, Because He Cares, private, 1988, soft, 255 pages

Edwards, Deane Butler, All Children Are Mine, 1964, hard and soft, 235 pages

Edwards, Deane Butler, White Fields for Harvest, 1970, hard, 442 pages

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

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

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

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

Gossett, Bob, The Stranger at Emmaus, 1972, hard, 92 pages

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

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

Hettrick, Ric and Marcia, From Among Men, 1976, hard, 220 pages

Howard, Barbara, Be Swift to Love, 1974, hard, 186 pages

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

Hymnal for Youth, 1951, hard, 395 pages

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

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

Kirkendall, Norma Anne, Let's Do Something About Our Teaching, soft, 1958

Kramer, Annando, From Now to Eternity, 1993, private, soft, 164 pages

Landon, Donald, To Be the Salt of the Earth, 1965, hard and soft, 214 pages

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

Packer, Athol B., An Open Door, 1959, 191 pages, hard and soft

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

Reece, Colleen L., The Ninety and Nine, 1984, soft, 157 pages

Restoration in the Midst of Revolution, The, (University Bulletin), 1968, soft, 103 pages

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

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

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

Smith, Elbert A., Square Blocks, 1968 reprint, soft, 475 pages

Smith, Elbert A., Restoration: A Study in Prophecy, 1945 and 1951, hard, 290 pages

Stevens, Thelona D., Living Water, 1989, soft, 159 pages

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

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

Weldon, Roy E., and F. Edward Butterworth, Book of Mormon Claims and Evidences (Vol 1 only) soft, 8.5x11

Young, Leonard M., Communities of Joy, 1994, soft, 229 pages

Young, Leonard M., Shepherds Abiding in the Field, 1997, soft, 221 pages

Monday, March 2, 2015

Job Openings

---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: krissandra@abconcepts.biz



Job Openings

Absolute Building Concepts LLC is looking for level 1 and level 2 carpenters.

Level 1 carpenters should have basic knowledge of carpentry & construction labor and be able to operate saws and other equipment. Candidates should possess at least two years of experience in the construction field.

Level 2 carpenters should be proficient in carpentry, as well as have a good knowledge of general construction and remodeling work. Candidates should possess at least 5 years of experience in the construction field.

Farm experience is a plus.

For a job application, please contact the office manager at krissandra@abconcepts.biz or 816-517-1145. A resume will also be required.



Krissandra Seymour
Licensed, Certified Contractor
Absolute Building Concepts LLC
816-517-1145

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Ernesto E. Carrasco, M.C.Ed.

Viruses—Architects of the Brain?
Brian Thomas, M.S.

The Whopper Sand
Tim Clarey, Ph.D.

Acts and FactsWhere Could Adam’s Sons Find Wives?
Brian Thomas, M.S.

Baby's First Breath
Randy Guliuzza, P.E., M.D.

Genesis in Chinese Pictographs
James J. S. Johnson, J.D., Th.D.

Evolution of a Creation Scientist
Jeffrey Tomkins, Ph.D.

Heavenly Investments
Henry M. Morris IV

Sunday, March 1, 2015

​House For Sale​

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From: Kay Fletcher
kfletcher52@yahoo.com


​House For Sale​


Two bedroom, two bath ranch home has approximately 1040 square feet listed for $82,500. Super cute patio home features an open concept. Large family room, dining room, and kitchen with tons of cabinet/counter top space, master suite with a large walk-in closet and bathroom, patio, storage shed in backyard, nice flat lot. This home just needs you!
BY APPOINTMENT ONLY WITH:
Amy Andorfer
Phone: (855) 838-7158
http://www.amysold.com/


Kay Fletcher, RN
925-989-7755

Church History Book Set For Sale

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From: Steven Schultz
stevenschultz50@embarqmail.com


Church History Book Set For Sale

RLDS Volumes 1-8 blue hard cover set for sale.



These are in very good condition for $69 complete. Contact Steven Schultz 816-223-3968 for directions and to schedule for pickup in eastern Independence MO.

Thank you.
Steven P Schultz
May God Bless You Always