Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Trip to Tennessee

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From: Andrew King

Trip to Tennessee

For the last several years, a group of saints comprised of church members from different branches has traveled to Lexington, Tennessee to bring ministry twice a year, once in the Spring and once in the Fall.

Our Fall series will take place October 19 through the 21. We will have a song and preaching service for both Friday and Saturday night starting at 6:30 with a campfire after the Saturday night service. We will have a prayer service Sunday morning at 10 am, followed by a preaching service at 11 am. We will have a potluck Saturday night, as well as Sunday afternoon before we head home. Anyone in the area is welcome, we would like to encourage any and all to attend. If you know someone who might be interested, please forward this information to them.

The theme for the series is "Why the Restoration". Brother Sean Allen will be preaching Friday and Saturday on the "Angel Message" and the "Restoration of the Church," respectively. Brother Andrew King will be preaching Sunday on "Our Calling and Purpose".

The Church in Lexington is located at:
7756 Highway 22A
Lexington TN 38351

If you have any questions, you can contact Andrew by email at Andrew.King.87@outlook.com or phone at 816-255-5686

God bless,
Andrew King


From: paul gage









Pam Maitland Passed Away

Janet Price

Pam Maitland Passed Away

From Les Maitland Re: Pam Maitland, passed away August 25, 2018.
As many of you already know, this earth lost a beautiful soul. She lost her battle with Dementia and left us all way too early in her life. That smile could light up a pitch black room and her laugh was contagious. She never met a stranger and she always wanted you to know the real her. The 36 years together was not enough, even though we had experienced a lot of things and gone a lot of places. I loved her with all my heart and I will miss her everyday. Our Heavenly Father took her in peace and now she can rest in Paradise. Don't cry in sadness, smile and know she touched your life and made her mark. RIP my beautiful wife, mother, grandmother, sister, daughter.

Monday, October 15, 2018

CPCT Fundraiser...Honoring Veterans

From: Joy Cain

CPCT Fundraiser...Honoring Veterans

CPCT Fundraiser...USO style show and dinner honoring veterans

USO Style Dinner Show
Honoring our Veterans
Saturday, November 10th 6 p.m.
Gourmet spaghetti dinner (see menu below). $20.00 per person.

Help us fund our Summer 2019 musical, "The Sound of Music!" You'll enjoy a great night of delicious food and beautiful music for less than a burger/fries/drink and a movie!

Special guests you won't want to miss!

Read the ad below for more information!

Thank you for your support!

Sunday, October 14, 2018

Job Postings for Fort Osage R-1 School District 10/2018

From: Rachel Horn

Job Postings for Fort Osage R-1 School District 10/2018

Fort Osage R-1 School District

Below you will find a list of jobs posted between Oct 7, 2018 and Oct 14, 2018.

Job Posting Title Job Category

Child Care Assistant Classified Apply Now
HVAC Maintenance Worker Classified Apply Now

No jobs scheduled to stop accepting applications between Oct 14, 2018 and Oct 21, 2018.

Fort Osage R-1 School District - TalentEd Hire


Apply online for K-12 Jobs in Fort Osage R-1 School District

Saturday, October 13, 2018

Glass Cataract Information

From: Garland Schnack

Glass Cataract Information

Dear Saints,

A fellow Saint needs to have cataract surgery on both eyes. They have been told that all of the lens implants used to replace the natural lens are all made of plastic or silicone today.

However, this Saint is allergic to plastic and is also a diabetic so is unable to have the plastic or silicone lens implanted.

Are there any of you out there who have had cataract surgery and have a glass lens?

If so, would you be willing to please share the information on your ID card that shows the following information please so that this Saint can contact that company to see if a lens can still be purchased from from them so the surgery can be done, please? :

The Information about your implant: the name and number

The information about the company who made the lens:
Name and address of the company

Any other information that is pertinent to identifying the lens.

Be assured that any information you share will be held in the utmost confidence.

This Saint sends utmost humble thanks to all of you fellow faithful Saints and asks for prayers on their behalf in the search for lens that will be suitable for implant and for a successful surgery and a safe and quick healing. Also for protection for the eyes in the meantime from further blindness and infection.

Blessings to all the Saints.

This person wants to remain anonymous. I will send them any information you share.
To reply on this post you can click on reply or my email address:

Living Hope Hymn Sing

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From: Becky Stayton

Living Hope Hymn Sing

October 14

Waldo Movie Night - Sunday October 14

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From: Erin Fitch

Waldo Movie Night - Sunday October 14

Waldo movie night will be tomorrow evening at 5:30.

We will be showing "Courageous"

Come join us for an evening of fellowship.

Bring a light snack to share and your own covered drink.

See you there!

Free Puppy

From: Regan Brotherton

Free Puppy

We have a free puppy to good home. He's 7 months old, half Lab and half English Shepherd. He weighs about 60 lbs. Sweet personality and lots of energy - he would make a great dog for a family with older kids or as a running buddy.

We just can't keep him since we live on a farm he does not do well around livestock and poultry.

If you're interested, see the pictures attached or text or email Regan Brotherton:

Friday, October 12, 2018

This Land 2018 Conference

From: Cheryl Clute

This Land 2018 Conference

Guitar and Amp For Sale

From: Garland D Schnack

Guitar and Amp For Sale

Arbor Electric Guitar (Fender Squire Copy)
with Chipboard Case

Crate GX-20M Guitar Amplifier 120 VAC
10 inch speaker
With Reverb and Chorus
Overdrive - Gain and Level controls knobs
Overdrive - On/Off switch
Clear control knob
Equalization - Low, Mid and High control knobs
Chorus - On/Off switch
Earphone Jack
External Speaker Jack

​Call Garland at:

Thursday, October 11, 2018

CPCT Fundraiser

From: Joy Cain

CPCT Fundraiser

CPCT Fundraiser....USO style show and dinner honoring veterans


Update on Historic Stone Church Sanctuary Repair Needs

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From: Robyn Mun

Update on Historic Stone Church Sanctuary Repair Needs

Here is the latest update on the historic Stone Church Sanctuary Repair needs:

Good News: Trusses are good and do not need any reinforcement. Whew, good news! :)

Bad News: Three new pics showing the issue of the water flowing between the outside stone walls and under the roof. This causes the water to flow between the roof and stone wall cascading behind the walls and causing damage internally to the old plaster walls and structure that maintains all of the stained glass windows.

There are 3 companies investigating the issue who have all determined the problem. However, as of now, not one of them has given a bid to Larry Crozier for the repair. He does not know why this is taking them so long to develop a plan and dollar amount for repair.

If you help Stone Church, there are many ways you can donate to this cause. Any dollar amount is appreciated toward saving this historic Sanctuary.

Simply make your check out to the Stone Church. In the memo section be sure to put "repair of Sanctuary fund". mail it to: The Stone Church, 1012 W. Lexington Ave., Independence, MO. 64050 ATTN: Larry Crozier
or Call the office at 816.254.2211 and ask for Kara who can process a credit card payment.
Or, drop by and make your donation in person so you can enjoy seeing the Sanctuary and the beautiful stained glass windows.

Sister Robyn Mun, Stone Church Historian
"And it came to pass that there was no contention in the land, because of the love of God which did dwell in the hearts of the people." (4 Nephi 1:15 LDS / 4 Nephi 1:17 RLDS)

Wednesday, October 10, 2018

Restoration Choir and Orchestra Christmas Services - 2018

From: Larry Ward

Restoration Choir and Orchestra Christmas Services - 2018

For more information visit: https://restorationchoir.webs.com/
or contact Larry and Diane Ward at:
laward.01@comcast.net or 816-252-8311

Buffet For Sale

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From: Darrell Newell

Buffet For Sale

I have a family buffet for sale.

Asking $1000.00 or best offer.

Text only to: 816-519-5827

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

"The Common Princess"

From: Saralee Rhoads

"The Common Princess"

Even a Princess needs a guiding hand….

Christine lives in a castle and enjoys all the privileges of being a princess. You’d think her life would be a bed of roses, but growing up is hard, even for a princess.

Join her adventures and you’ll find your life is very much like hers. Like you, she struggles with schoolwork, rules and friendships. Learning to be polite, to sacrifice her will when the answer is “No” is never easy. Life in general feels like a tangled mess part of the time. Yes, life in the mysterious forest guarding her castle is far from a bed of roses!

And like you, she has a Father who makes Himself ever present as she turns to Him. Find your place in the heart of your King…for you, too, are a princess.
A compelling tale for girls
about developing Godly character

It is currently available on Kindle with a free 46-page set of journaling pages and scripture study, There will be paperbacks available with signing and personal messages…go to www.SaraleeRhoads.com and keep abreast of all the details.

Historic House For Rent

From: Kimberly Morgan

Historic House For Rent

Space for rent in a beautiful, historic house across from the auditorium, a half mile from Historic Independence Square. House forms part of the Woodstock Inn Bed and Breakfast estate. This long term rental is managed by the bed and breakfast.

$575 per month
Furnished bedroom
Large private bathroom
All utilities included
Washer/dryer on site
No pets allowed

Available now

This is a very pleasant space with the comfort of well-maintained and beautiful surroundings. There are two other studio apartments in the house with long term tenants.

For further information or to make an appointment to see the space please call Manager Mark Look at: 816-886-5656

Thank you,
Kim Morgan

Monday, October 8, 2018

House Needed to Rent

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From: Sue Ann Davis

House Needed to Rent

A couple is looking for a place to rent in the area.

They can only spend around $500.00 a month.

Bonner and Sue Ann Davis

Update on Smitty

From: Karen Baker

Update on Smitty

Marion "Smitty" Smith is in need of prayers.The infection is shutting down his lower organs. Right now it's at his bladder and his kidneys. They said it's at other organs to but they aren't sure exactly where yet. They are still waiting for the cultures and his heart isn't working the way it's suppose to.

I apologize, I didn't realize there was another "Smitty" Smith, I don't want those who know him or his family to worry.

Sunday, October 7, 2018

Prayer needed for Smitty

From: Karen Baker

Prayer needed for Smitty

"Smitty" Smith has been hospitalized and needs prayers. Smitty has a mechanical heart valve and has been diagnosed with congestive heart failure. His oxygen level is in the 80s , his resting heart beat is between 110 and 130. He's running a hundred fever and 103 fever is septic. His kidneys are failing. Please keep him and his family in your prayers.

Joel 2:29 Testimony

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From: Mike and Rhonda Stahlman

Joel 2:29 Testimony

And also upon the servants and upon the handmaids
in those (last) days will I pour out my Spirit.

Joel 2:29

You are invited to come and hear Sister Rita Woolery bear truth of
Joel 2:29 as she testifies of God’s goodness in her life.

Psalm 119:24 “Thy testimonies also are my delight, and my counselors.”

6:00 pm Sunday, October 21, 2018

919 S Delaware Street
Independence MO 64050

Psalms 107:2 “Let the redeemed of the Lord say so
(tell their story), whom he hath redeemed from the
hand of the enemy”

Psalms 111:4
“He hath made his wonderful works to be remembered.”

Your story is the key that can unlock someone else’s prison.

Psalm 45:1
“My heart is inditing a good matter;
I speak of the things which I have
made touching the King; my tongue
is the pen of a ready writer.”

Sincerely, Rhonda

BMRT October 2018

From: robyn

BMRT October 2018

October is coming fast! This month's BMRT will be Faye Shaw! Thank you for all that you do! -robyn

Book Of Mormon Round Table
The 3rd Sunday of the month

Sunday, October 21, 2018 at 6:00 p.m.

Presenter: Faye Shaw

“In the Spirit of the Ancients:
Native American Traditions in the
Book of Mormon”

See you in Luff at Stone Church!
1012 W Lexington Ave., (upper west parking lot)
Independence MO 64050

sista robyn
"And it came to pass that there was no contention in the land, because of the love of God which did dwell in the hearts of the people." (4 Nephi 1:15 LDS / 4 Nephi 1:17 RLDS)

Saturday, October 6, 2018

Don Chesworth Article

From: Kim Hawley

Don Chesworth Article

I'm looking for an article that was featured in a Restoration Voice issue written by Don Chesworth, several years ago. I was hoping that someone might have a copy. The subject was preparing spiritually, Faith and Meshach, Shadrack and Abed-Nego in the fiery furnace.

I don't need the entire issue, just the article. I would be very grateful, and more than happy to pay any expenses.

Kim Hawley

Friday, October 5, 2018

Tidings of Zion Submissions October 2018

From: CRE Publication Council

Tidings of Zion Submissions October 2018

Hello! We are collecting articles for the next issue of the Tidings of Zion. Please send in your testimonies from the Kirtland Retreat, the Women's Retreat, Fall Youth Retreats,and any other retreats and activities that have been happening this year. If you have given a sermon on a topic the Lord has led you to, please write about it and send it in. What is going on in your branch or district? Please send your submissions for this issue by October 21st.

Send articles and photos to:


From: Pam Abel


OPEN HOUSE Saturday, October 6, 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. 10504 E Lexington Ave., Sugar Creek, MO

PRICE REDUCED $10,000 and listed now for $115,000

I have a listing that has just been remodeled. It's a very nice house with great curb appeal and a large fenced yard. I'd be happy to show it to anyone that is looking to purchase a new home before interest rates rise. Please follow the link below for more pictures and further information.

Click the following link to view the listing:

Once the page opens you can click on the address and it will bring up the full listing. If you have any questions, please contact me. My cell number is 816-728-1211.

Pam Abel

20th Century Real Estate Services
Phone: 816-254-3311

​Francis Harper ​Message for 10/5/2018

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From: Francis Harper

​Francis Harper ​Message for 10/5/2018

Dear Ones,

We are born selfish. My brother’s first word was “mine.” He may have learned this word from me! God wants us to change from being greedy, selfish takers to grateful, generous givers. “God loves a cheerful giver” (2 Corinthians 9:7). When we are “born again” we will be generous with our time, talent and money.

God rewards those who give generously from the heart. A minister was scheduled to speak only once during the next month. He and his wife knew the offering taken during that one church service needed to be sufficient to cover their budget for the following month. After the service, the pastor told the guest minister: “This is the largest love offering ever received at this church.” It was roughly the same as their monthly budget. This was a miracle! But earlier in the same service a missionary had given a brief message and the man who gave the sermon was prompted by the Lord to give the offering; all of it, to the missionary. This was a severe test but the “miracle money” was given as the Spirit directed. An hour later, a well dressed man in a pizza place said to the preacher, “God wants to teach you about giving, so you can teach the body of Christ,” Then he was handed a check ten times the size of the offering he had just given away; ten times to the penny!

My brother-in-law Burton Moores was a lineman for the Harrison County Rural Electric Coop and my sister, Hattie, taught the first grade students at the Woodbine Community School for thirty-eight years. Burton and Hattie were accounting stewards. They always paid their tithing; in fact, they over-paid.

One year they assisted a destitute family financially, enabling them to attend reunion. A short time later Burton volunteered to help another Coop repair their electrical lines after a storm. His pay for this overtime work was ten times the amount they had given to the needy family. Sometime later Burton and Hattie assisted the same family again due to fire damage in their home. And a second time, Burton was given overtime pay for repairing the power lines after a storm. And once again the pay he received for this work was ten times the amount they had given; almost to the penny. This was proof “you cannot out-give the Lord.”

We need to have generous hearts and give at least 10% of our increase in tithing! I was amazed at Patriarch Mike Ballantyne’s testimony of tithing. He said, “I made a list of all of our bills and of my income and it would not begin to cover the bills. I also decided it was time to start paying on the tithing we owed. I divided the amount of tithing we still owed by 24 (2 years) and the amount we needed to pay each month was $234.39. I wrote that figure at the top of the budget list, followed by the mortgage payment, utilities, groceries, and other things. I wondered how I could pay all these things on my income. On that day, at noon, my boss asked to speak with me. He announced they were going to give me a 10% cost of living increase in my pay. Then he said they put in a merit pay request for me and it had been approved giving me a 28% increase in pay. Then my boss said my monthly pay would be increased by $234.39 a month. It was the exact amount to the penny, of what I had budgeted for tithing that morning! It took me a while to understand that even from the beginning my Savior had known that on that very morning I would sit down to prepare my budget and determine to give the first fruits. He also knew, before 7:00 a.m., the precise amount I needed to pay each month would be determined to be $234.39. then after lunch I would receive the gift. The perfect timing! The fact that no one else knew. The conviction and the sure knowledge that the Savior planned it all from the beginning, just for me!”

We have a wonderful, personal God, who rewards those who pay their tithes and offerings.

My Love to All,
Francis Harper


Open The Windows Of Heaven

​ “Will a man rob God? Yet ye have robbed me. But ye say, wherein have we robbed thee? In tithes and offerings. Ye are cursed with a curse; for ye have robbed me, even this whole nation. Bring ye all the tithes into the storehouse, that there may be meat in mine house, and prove me now herewith, saith the Lord of hosts, if I will not open you the windows of heaven, and pour you out a blessing, that there shall not be room enough to receive it” (Malachi 3:8-10).

Those who are wise will accept the Lord’s challenge. Giving our tithes and offerings is the safest and best investment any of us can make. His promises are sure. “For he will fulfill all his promises . . . for he has fulfilled his promises which he has made unto our fathers” (Alma 17:48). He will open the windows of heaven and pour out abundant blessings to those who diligently and faithfully give their tithes and offerings. Doing this, as they say, is “a no brainer.” The Poor Widow

In Malachi 3:8 the question is asked: “wherein have we robbed thee?” The tithe is a first-fruits offering. From the beginning the first-fruits of the harvest belonged to God. “The first of the first-fruits of thy land thou shalt bring into the house of the Lord thy God” (Exodus 23:19). “Honor the Lord with thy substance, and with the first-fruits of all thine increase; so shall thy barns be filled with plenty, and thy presses shall burst out with new wine” (Proverbs 3:9-10). The first ten percent of the first-fruits of our “increase” belongs to God. When we keep anything that belongs to God we have robbed him! We tend to give God the “left-overs.”

Tithing is paid on increase. What is increase? In the Old Testament times the majority of the people were farmers. Their families were fed, clothed and sheltered, primarily from the produce of their fields, flocks and herds. The increase was determined when an inventory of the numbers of animals and measures of grain were tabulated at the beginning and end of a specified period. Leviticus 27:32 speaks of the counting of their flocks and herds to determine the tithe. “And concerning the tithe of the herd, or of the flock, even of whatsoever passeth under the rod, the tenth shall be holy unto the Lord.” The numbers of animals and measures of grain remaining after the needs of the family had been met would be the increase.

The increase upon which the tithe is paid is also mentioned in Deuteronomy 14:22, 28: “Thou shalt truly tithe all the increase of thy seed, that the field bringeth forth year by year. . . . At the end of three years thou shalt bring forth all the tithe of thine increase the same year, and thou shalt lay it up within thy gates; And the Levite [priesthood] (because he hath no part nor inheritance with thee,) and the stranger, and the fatherless, and the widow, which are within thy gates, shall come, and shall eat and be satisfied; that the Lord thy God may bless thee in all the work of thine hand which thou doest.”

Some may say we do not need to pay tithing now because we are no longer required to keep the Mosaic law. But Jesus talked about money in 16 of his 38 parables, and supported the paying of the tithe when he said: “Woe unto you scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For ye pay tithe of mint, and anise, and cummin; and have omitted the weightier things of the law: judgment and mercy and faith. These you ought to have done, and not to leave the other undone” (Matthew 23:20 IV; 23:23 KJV). In other words, Jesus is saying: Pay your tithing and do not neglect the heart issues of justice, mercy and faith!

How foolish it would be for us to neglect the paying of our tithes and offerings, with a grateful heart, and forfeit the blessings from heaven he has promised.

Thursday, October 4, 2018

Lynn Shaw Estate Sale

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From: Jamie Brownlie

Lynn Shaw Estate Sale

We're having an estate sale at ​my mother, Lynn Shaw's home, this weekend. Besides the usual estate sale items, there's some RLDS items and collectibles including some Thelona Steven's
paintings. The link to the sale is below. The sale is Friday, October 5 and Saturday, October 6.

8245 Outer Road
Odessa MO 64076

The home is on an outer road on the corner. Parking will be in the back. Please keep front drive open for loading items.

To see a list of items with pictures go the this link:


Jamie Brownlie

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Restoration Women’s Prayer Service

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From: Mary Drummond

Restoration Women’s Prayer Service

Colbern Road Restoration Branch
Saturday, November 10, 2018 9:00 AM


You are cordially invited to attend a Restoration Women’s Prayer Service at Colbern Road. This will be an opportunity for all Restoration women to gather and lift their voices up to the Lord. A theme is not being provided, as I have requested our presider to seek the Lord’s desire for how the women should pray.

“God has trusted women through the ages in every time of crisis.” Given by Elbert A. Smith in June 27, 1942

Please give some prayerful consideration to joining your sisters in prayer. God has a work for you to do.

Your sister in Christ,
Mary Drummond
​Any questions, contact: drummond.mary580@gmail.com

Restoration Voice #241

From: Paul Ludy

Restoration Voice #241

The September/October, 2018, issue of Restoration Voice goes into the mail soon. If you are not on the active subscription list, you can still receive a copy of this magazine IF YOU ACT AT ONCE.


In an effort to increase circulation, we are offering FREE 6-month subscriptions (3 issues) to Restoration Voice magazine for new subscribers.

Please e-mail to CumorahBooks@gmail.com or phone 816-210-8450 to start a subscription for you or a friend. We need the name, correct complete address, and phone number.

In our next regular mailing, we will send the current issue and the previous issue. Then we will mail one additional issue. We will also mail an envelope so you or your friend can advise us about continuing the subscription.

You can assist to add 1,000 new subscribers.

This offer is good through December 31, 2018.

Or you can just subscribe for a year (6 issues). We suggest a donation of $20.00 per year in the U.S.


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Please call 816-210-8450 for ordering information.


New Book! by Evan A. Fry

From: Paul Ludy

New Book! by Evan A. Fry

Hot Off the Press!

by Evan A. Fry
19 chapters, 209 pages, $7.00 each

Chapters include:
What Was Lost in the Apostasy
What the Reformers Reformed
Prophecies of the Restoration
The New Church Begins
The Church Moves West
Violence Flares in Missouri
The Mormon War
Nauvoo--The City Beautiful
The Dark and Cloudy Day
Gathering the Scattered Fragments
Joseph Smith III Rebuilds the Church
Gathering, Growth, and Progress

This material first appeared in The Saints' Herald in 1946. A number of excerpts from historical accounts have been added.

This book is great for an individual to learn and review the history of the early Restoration (through the lifetime of Joseph Smith III). It is also an excellent text for junior high through adult classes.

Quantity pricing is available.

This book is available only from this source. E-mail to PaulVLudy@gmail.com or call Paul at 816 210-8450 for information or to order.

The above book is new. To see descriptions of 35 other new books by Paul V. Ludy & Associates, go to NEWBOOKMAN.BLOGSPOT.COM.

For thousands of used RLDS Books, go to OLDBOOKMAN.US. A 20% discount is given on all used books (offer good through 12-31-18).

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For New & Used RLDS Books go to OLDBOOKMAN.US

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Life Chain this Sunday

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From: Steve Bishop

Life Chain this Sunday

Life Chain

Sunday October 7th from 2:00 pm to 3:30 pm near the corner of Noland Road and 24 Highway.

Please join us and others all across America as we silently pray and stand as a witness against abortion.

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Is your church ready to vote?

Is your church ready to vote?


The election is less than 35 days away, and we still have a lot of work to do to motivate and equip the 90 million eligible Christian voters in this country.

What’s the greatest way you can help? Introduce your church to the My Faith Votes toolkit so they can help inspire the entire congregation to vote in November.

It’s been estimated as many as 50 million Christians could sit on the sidelines this election. Issues of religious liberty, the sanctity of life, and marriage and family are at stake on the local, state and national level.

It’s critical our churches stand for biblical values at the voting booth.

Check out the incredible My Faith Votes church resources page:

Here’s what is important to keep in mind as you approach your pastor:
We are not suggesting your church endorse a political party
We are not suggesting your church support particular candidates
What we are asking is that your church makes a simple announcement encouraging the congregation to pray, think and vote!

Please prayerfully consider reaching out to your church today!

United We Stand.
Jason Yates
My Faith Votes

Donate to My Faith Votes Today!
©2018 My Faith Votes
10940 S Parker, 640, Parker, CO 80134

Monday, October 1, 2018

​Someone Needed to Mow Our Yard​

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From: Connie Guthrie

​Someone Needed to Mow Our Yard​

We are in need of someone to mow our yard in Independence MO.
If someone is interested please call us in the afternoon or night.

Thank you
Dave and Connie Guthrie

Looking for Copy of "In the Beginning God"

From: Barbara Smith

Looking for Copy of "In the Beginning God" by EA Smith

Does anyone have a copy they would be willing to share or sell.

Apostle Oakman referred to this book several times in his sermons, and I would like to get a copy if one still exists.

My name is Barbara Smith

Thank you
Barb Smith

​Need a Shoulder Sling​

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From: Stacy Frinsthal

​Need a Shoulder Sling​

I would like to borrow a sling vs buying one.
If anyone has one that they have kept from a past injury please let me know

Stacy Pyatt
God Bless!!

2005 Cadillac SRX For Sale

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From: Tim Carr

2005 Cadillac SRX For Sale

Hello Friends,

My brothers and I are selling our dad's 2005 Cadillac SRX. The vehicle has been well-maintained and is priced competitively based on condition, mileage, etc. Overall condition is good to very good! New battery and right rear hub assembly in September 2018. Regularly serviced and recently inspected at TLC Automotive - no known mechanical problems.

V6 3.6L Engine
All Wheel Drive
Leather Seats
Power Everything!
Third Row Seat
Rear Parking Sensors
Roof Rack
Dual Exhaust
Bose Premium Stereo
Panoramic "UltraView" Sunroof
Privacy Glass
Odometer: 147,605
Clean Title
Asking price: $4,500 Firm

Please email, call, or text Tim Carr at carrtimj@yahoo.com or 641-757-9712 if interested.

Tim Carr

Handyman/Laborer/Carpenter Needed

From: Rodric Stuck

Handyman/Laborer/Carpenter Needed

Looking for a person with handyman skills, including labor and carpentry to reinstall siding and trim for 2 story garage/bedroom addition, on south side only. Material is Nucedar cellular PVC clapboard siding and trim. It is light weight and workable with ordinary power tools. A manufacturer’s representative from Boston will be on site possibly in October or November to oversee the repair work for two days. The length of job could be from 2 to 5 days, depending on weather.

This is not a compressed air nailing project! Trim will be fastened with stainless steel screws. Siding slides onto preinstalled plastic brackets. Person will need to furnish personal hand tools and an extension ladder. Please contact me using email rm_stuck@att.net

Rod Stuck