Monday, April 29, 2019

Servants of Honor Camp June 2-8

----- Forwarded message -----
From: Betty Vickery

Servants of Honor Camp 2019 June 2-8

Ages 12-18 or 19 if just graduated.

We were created to be in the presence of God. He designed us to be there. It is his stated purpose that we should have immortality and eternal life with him. After the fall of Adam, Christ covenanted with the Father to restore us to that possibility if we would love and serve only God. The blessings of the atonement covenant are the foundation of every other blessing and covenant that affects our lives. We will study the blessings of covenant and just who we were meant to be this week. We will have opportunities to witness our covenant with God as we serve our community and our fellow campers. We look forward to seeing you there.

To God be the glory!! Betty Vickery

Servants of Honor Registration 2019

You Belong in His Presence; The Blessings of Covenant

Camp information
No money other than camp offering is needed.

- The use of tobacco, alcohol, unprescribed drugs, etc., is prohibited at or during camp.
Prescribed drugs should be in the care of the camp nurse unless other arrangements are made upon arrival at camp.
- No items that can be typically or obviously considered weapons are allowed.
- All campers are to be in their sleeping quarters during Lights Out.
- Boys are NOT allowed in, or around girls’ quarters and VICE VERSA
- No littering. - Campers may NOT leave the campgrounds without staff permission.
- Attendance at all planned activities is expected.
- Fighting, stealing, or swearing will not be tolerated.
- All campers should dress in a manner that does not draw unwise or inappropriate attention to themselves. If an individual’s dress is perceived to cause difficulty with other campers, they will be asked to change at the staff’s discretion.
- Campers may be asked to wear a T shirt over their swim suits. Please have one available.
- Campers are expected to show the utmost respect towards the property of other campers and the camp property. - If any camper is responsible for damaging camp property they will be held accountable and will need to pay any repairs and/or replacement costs occurred.
- Campers who aren’t willing to abide by the rules may be, at the discretion of the camp director, sent home, at any time during the camp.
- Campers are encouraged to leave tablets, music players, etc. at home, all such devices will be surrendered for safe keeping upon arrival.


What to bring:
__Medallions if you are a past camper. Armor pieces if you have them.
__Dress up outfit for the banquet (or at least nicer than every day),
__work clothes as well as regular clothes for working with the public.
__signed registration and medical permission forms. (or email me a copy)
__Bedding, extra blankets if nights are cool, jacket
__personal items, (hygiene), sunscreen, bug spray, etc., towels
__ swim suits: ( a T shirt or tank top to wear over if it might cause a problem for someone else.)
__ A free will contribution to the cost of the camp if you are able
__ watch or clock if you have one.
__ Instruments-- we will be having some jam sessions bring guitars, and other instruments

Parental Permissions

For your child to be able to attend camp the Camp Information Record must be filled out and the following statement signed:
I, the undersigned hereby

• agree that my child may participate in camp activities on or off the campgrounds
• to let Volunteer licensed driver’s who are at least 18 years old to transport my child to any camp sponsored activities which may be held away from the campgrounds. Such activities may include swimming, athletic activities, community service activities, etc.
• agree that I, nor any member of my immediate or distant family, now or in the future, may hold the staff of the Servants of Honor Camp, volunteer drives, the owners of the campgrounds, camp sponsors, the Heartland District, or any member thereof liable for any injuries or accidents which may occur to or with your child while attending the camp.

__ I do ___I do not give permission to the camp director(s) and his/her staff authority to secure emergency medical, surgical treatment for your child while attending camp if there is insufficient time to contact you or if you cannot be reached. (Note: If permission is not granted, please provide instruction signed by a notary public on the procedure you wish to have followed and/or a person in attendance who you authorize to make decisions concerning your child's health.

__ I do___I do not
Authorize the camp director and his/her staff permission to secure routine, non-surgical medical care for your child while attending camp. I acknowledge that I am aware that my insurance carrier will be the primary insurance.

__I do __I do not give my consent and authorization to the Servants of Honor Camp and its successors and representatives to use and reproduce my child’s name, voice and/or likeness (photos, audio recordings, videos, electronic or digital image) for any official resource, use, or purpose including print, film, electronic media and reproduction or digital representation of every description on the internet/world wide web without compensation. Consideration is hereby waived in perpetuity and no further claim of any nature whatsoever shall be made by me, my heirs, or assigns.


Please copy this information should you need to contact the camp. Betty Vickery's cell: 573-469-2132 email:
Camp: Location:
Providence Hill Campground
8721 Old Highway 54
New Bloomfield MO 65063

T shirt size__________________

Servants of Honor Camp Information Record

Please be sure to read and sign the reverse side. Mail the forms to the directors or send them via e mail. You may bring the forms to camp but please let us know you are coming as soon as possible so that we can plan the appropriate staff.

Name of Camper______________________________ Date of Birth ________ Sex ______

School Grade in September ____________ Date of last Tetanus Shot ____________________

Name of Parents ______________________________ Home Phone ____________________

Address _____________________________________ Work Phone ____________________


Camper email________________________ Parent email___________________________

Youth cell phone or number where they can be reached.______________________________ Emergency Contact Information (someone else who can be contacted if you cannot be reached.


Health Insurer _______________________________________________________________

Insurance number ____________________________________________________________

Camper’s Physician’s Name ________________________________ Phone ______________

List any health, behavioral or emotional problems camper has, including infectious diseases, special needs, limitations, special diets, allergies camper may have, include any medications the camper takes.

Who may pick up your child from camp?_________________________________________________

*Campers will need to have staff permission to leave grounds and may only leave in the care o the person/persons designated above unless other arrangements are made with the camp director previous to pick up time.

Any special instructions should your child become ill or injured and you cannot be reached?

GBHI News April 2019

​----- Forwarded message -----
From: Penny Curtis

GBHI News April 2019

Dear Friends,

We would like to share the most recent newsletter with you so you can see the wonderful things that ARE happening at the Hope Restoration Youth Home.

Recently, you have also probably gotten news of the terrible tragedy in Mozambique. The Cyclone in March that devastated many villages there. In Randy Vick's recent trip there, he came across 3 brothers that have literally lost EVERYTHING.
Junior Domingos Age 12
Maninho Domingos Age 9
and Zinho Domingos Age 6
These boys have lost their home and every living relative. Junior a 12 year old little boy is left to take care of his two brothers.
Pictured are Junior and Zinho, and as you can see, the light in their eyes is almost out!
Will you partner with us and help us to bring these children to the orphanage where they can rest and be little boys again? By bringing them to the orphanage they will again be safe and we can provide all the necessities of life including school and a LOVING family.
We are anticipating some Legal costs to bring them from Mozambique to Malawi as well as travel expenses.
We need to raise $2,500.00 to cover the cost of bringing them to the orphanage and sponsor them for a year.
Please feel free to contact us by email or call Penny Curtis (816-682-3205) OR you can simply sending funds to: P.O. Box 108 Independence Mo 64051
Pay Pal is also available through our website.

Mark your check "BROTHERS"
Penny Curtis

Give Back Hope International
PO Box 108
Independence, MO 64051

Recliner Power Lift Chair For Sale

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Jennifer Roggy

Recliner Power Lift Chair For Sale

Recliner power lift chair for sale
Only used for 2 months.
Bought brand new, selling for $400

Call with questions
Jennifer Roggy

Sunday, April 28, 2019

Obituary – Dr. Norman Meinecke Nelson

​----- Forwarded message ------
From: Ken & Jean Schmidt

Obituary – Dr. Norman Meinecke Nelson

Dr. Norman Meinecke Nelson, age 94, the son of Alma and Tony Johannah (Meinecke) Nelson, was born August 20, 1924, at the family farm in Guilford, Missouri. He died at his Lamoni, Iowa home on Wednesday, April 24, 2019.

Norman grew up and attended school in Nodaway County, Missouri graduating from Guilford High School in 1942. He served in the Medical Corps of the United States Army at the end of WWII. Upon returning home he earned his associates degree at Graceland College in Lamoni, and then graduated from Northwest Missouri State College in Maryville, Missouri. He received his master’s degree in agronomy from Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa where the Boraxo Company sponsored his soil research in cornfields. He taught chemistry and agronomy at Graceland College until leaving to pursue a degree in medicine. He earned his medical degree from the University of Iowa in Iowa City, Iowa in 1964. He did his internship and residency at Kansas City General Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri. After completion, he joined Drs. Gamet and Swanson in the family medical practice in Lamoni. He retired from the clinic in 1997, but continued helping patients by serving on medical missionary trips. In 2004, at age 80, he quit going to medical meetings.

On February 20, 1948, he was united in marriage to Arladine Adams at Guilford, Missouri. They were blessed with three children, Robert “Bob” and David were born in Ames, Iowa and Nancy was born in Independence, Missouri. Norman and Arladine worked together many years at the clinic before Arladine’s death on August 28, 1997. In April of 2002, Norman married Catherine (Weyerman) Bergman. Her family of four children, Jean, Jerry, Ned, and Tom, became part of his family, too. They enjoyed 13 years together before Cathy’s death on November 27, 2015.

A favorite hobby of Norman’s was to build things, especially houses. He loved working on the family farm, playing Chess, listening to and singing hymns, working puzzles, and any time he spent with his family.

He was raised and baptized into the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. He held the office of Elder and the prized office of Member.

Preceding him in death were his parents; wives, Arladine Nelson and Cathy Nelson; and five siblings, Lucy Marie Land, Mildred include his sister, Winnie Negaard of Guilford, Missouri; children, Bob Nelson (Maureen) of Iowa City, Iowa, David Nelson (Karen) of Portland, Oregon, Nancy Short (Brian) of Rock Island, Illinois, Jean Schmidt (Ken) and Ned Bergman (Teresa), all of Independence, Missouri, Jerry Bergman of Texarkana, Texas, and Tom Bergman (Crystal) of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma; 13 grandchildren; 13 great grandchildren; many nieces and nephews; and other relatives and friends.

Special thanks to caregivers Heather Edwards, Kent Clisby, Mary Graham, Mercedes Eckart, Tammy Short, and Tammy Simpson; Every Step Hospice; Lamoni Clinic; Lamoni drugstore; and the many, many volunteers, friends, family, and neighbors who blessed us all.

Visitation will be held at the Lamoni Community of Christ Church 4-5 p.m. Saturday, May 4, 2019, with a memorial service starting at 5 p.m. A meal will follow, to which everyone is invited. Arrangements were through the Slade – O’Donnell Funeral Home in Leon, Iowa.

Memorials may be made to
(a foundation for men with prostate cancer)

Organic Garden Vegetable Plant Sale!!

From: Kelli Miesse

Organic Garden Vegetable Plant Sale!!

Including tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, squashes, zucchini, sugar snap peas, limited pole beans, lettuce, spinach, kale and napa cabbage.

Also some spectacular petunia colors.

All grown by hand in my house and greenhouse!

Saturday, May 4th from 10:00am - 2:00pm

5520 Lane Ave
Raytown MO 64133

See you soon!

Free Couch

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Jennifer Roggy

Free Couch

Free couch but it would need to be picked up for anyone interested.
Solid frame 14 years old, non smokers, and never had pets on the furniture.

Call with questions
Jennifer Roggy

​Reminder: Fasting and Prayer for Ram Baral​

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From: paul gage

​Reminder: Fasting and Prayer for Ram Baral​

Dear Saints,

Sunday, April 28, 2019 has been set aside as a day of fasting and prayer

for the following purpose:

Elder Ram Baral, a native of Nepal, currently living in South Carolina, has an appointment on Wednesday May 1, 2019 with President Donald Trump.

Pray for God's Spirit to be with Brother Baral and that he might be able to share what the Lord wants him to share with President Trump.

Maybe each branch could take time to announce this and have a special prayer while the Saints are gathered for worship.

Please continue your prayers and fasting through Wednesday, May 1, 2019.

God bless
Paul Gage

Saturday, April 27, 2019

Restoration Women’s Prayer Service - May 2, 2019

From: Mary Drummond

Restoration Women’s Prayer Service - May 2, 2019

Restoration Women’s Prayer Service
Colbern Road Restoration Branch
Thursday, May 2, 2019 7:00 PM

Ladies –

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 on National Day of Prayer.

“As sisters in Zion, let us all pray together and work together,
So that we may build up his kingdom”

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

Whirlpool Dryer For Sale

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Rochelle Newell

Whirlpool Dryer For Sale

Whirlpool Dryer For Sale—$25
Works well

If interested, please contact Ben Newell at 816-682-3081

Friday, April 26, 2019

Francis Harper Message for 4/26/2019

----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Francis Harper

Francis Harper Message for 4/26/2019

Dear Ones,

The Lord said to Peter: “Feed my lambs;” “Feed my sheep.” The spiritual nurturing of children is often neglected. Most of our preaching is directed toward the adults in our congregations. Some branches devote a portion of the preaching service to the children. I have observed where this is done, everyone is edified; the children and the adults also.

The well-known proverb: “Train up a child in the way he should go; and when he is old, he will not depart from it” (Proverbs 22:6) has proven to be true for the majority of children.

Rufus Jones, 1863-1948, a Quaker, an American religious leader, writer, magazine editor, philosopher, and college professor, said on his 80th birthday, “I am most of all thankful for my birthplace and early nurture in the warm atmosphere of a spiritually-minded home, with a manifest touch of saintliness in it; thankful indeed that from the cradle I was saturated with the Scriptures and immersed in an environment of religion of experience and reality. It was a particular grace that I was born into that great inheritance of spiritual wisdom and faith, accumulated through generations of devotion and sacrificial love.

“I never can be grateful enough for what was done for me by my progenitors before I came on the scene. They provided the spiritual atmosphere of my youth.”

For his sentiments, expressed so eloquently, I am very grateful. His words describe my sentiments also! Surely it is God’s will that every child be nurtured in the way described by Rufus Jones.

Jesus warned: “Whoso shall offend one of these little ones which believe in me, it were better for him that a millstone were hanged about his neck and he were drowned in the depth of the sea” (Matthew 18:5 IV; 18:6 KJV).

Parents will be held accountable for how they care for their children. The stewardship of parenthood is a grave responsibility! “And again, inasmuch as parents have children . . ., that teach them not to understand the doctrine of repentance; faith in Christ the Son of the living God; and of baptism and the gift of the Holy Ghost by the laying on of hands when eight years old, the sin [shall] be upon the head of the parents; . . . and they shall teach their children to pray and walk uprightly before the Lord. And the inhabitants of Zion shall also observe the Sabath day to keep it holy” (Doctrine and Covenants 68:4a-d).

Every child is precious in the sight of God and should be precious to us also. After his ascension, Jesus visited the saints in Meso-America, “and he said unto them, Blessed are ye because of your faith. . . . and he took their little children, one by one, and blessed them, and prayed unto the Father for them . . . and he spake unto the multitude, and saith unto them, Behold your little ones.

“And as they looked to behold, they cast their eyes towards heaven, and they saw the heavens open, and they saw angels descending out of heaven . . . in the midst of fire; and they came down and encircled those little ones . . . and the angels did minister unto them, and the multitude did see and hear, and bear record; and they know that their record is true, for all of them did see and hear, every man for himself” (3 Nephi 8:22-26).

My Love to All,
Francis Harper


Feed My Lambs . . . Sheep

Seven of the apostles had fished all night on the Sea of Galilee and had caught nothing (John 21:3). In the first light of dawn, they could see a man standing on the shore. They wondered who it was. They were fishing 200 cubits [100 yards] off shore. At that distance personal features could not be seen.

Suddenly the man called out to them the usual fisherman’s greeting, “Have you caught anything?” When they answered they had caught nothing, the unknown man suggested they cast their net on the right side of their boat. The voice carried a familiar ring of authority, so they did as he suggested. Their net was immediately filled with “a hundred and fifty and three great fish. Fishermen always count their catch.

John said to Peter, “it is the Lord.” Now when Simon Peter heard that it was Lord, he girt his fisher’s coat unto him, and did cast himself into the sea” (John 21:7). “This is now the third time that Jesus showed himself to his disciples, after he was risen from the dead” (John 21:14).

At the place called Saint Peter’s Landing, near the little town called Capernaum, on the northern shore of the Sea of Galilee, there is a monument of the broken hearted Peter kneeling at the feet of Jesus. Three times Jesus asked him, “Do you love me,” once for each of Peter’s three denials. Each time after Peter answered “yes,” the Lord asked him to feed his flock; his lambs and sheep.

During January of 1990, when I visited Saint Peter’s landing I could identify with the feelings of Peter. I had also denied Jesus, not in words, but in some of my actions. I too went to my knees and asked the Lord to forgive me. During my meditations, I picked up a small black stone, as a souvenir of my experience there. After returning home, I discovered my souvenir stone was shaped like a human heart, as depicted in a medical encyclopedia. A few weeks later I noticed the stone was nearly identical in size and shape as a map of the Sea of Galilee, pictured in a magazine article.

A year later I purchased a satellite map of Israel in Tel Aviv, and as before, the stone was nearly identical in size and shape as the Sea of Galilee, photographed from space! Three times, as with Peter, I had been asked by the Lord, “Do you love me?” And three times, he asked me to prove my love for him by feeding his lambs and sheep.

Since that day in January 1990, I have made a greater effort to be a faithful servant of Jesus. He was asked by his disciples upon one occasion “who then is that faithful and wise servant? And the Lord said unto them, It is that servant who watcheth, to impart his portion of meat in due season. Blessed be that servant whom his Lord shall find, when he cometh, so doing” (Luke 12:50-52 IV; 12:42-43 KJV).

The Lord will give his good and faithful servants the appropriate and timely words to impart to his lambs and sheep. Isaiah wrote: “The Lord God hath given me the tongue of the learned, that I should know how to speak a word in season unto thee. O house of Israel, when ye are weary. He waketh morning by morning, he waketh mine ear to hear as the learned” (Isaiah 50:4)

Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Mandated Reporter: Child Abuse Workshop

From: Safe Shoot

Mandated Reporter: Child Abuse Workshop

Book of Mormon Day for Kids - Canceled

From: The Book of Mormon Foundation

Book of Mormon Day for Kids - Canceled


From: Paul Ludy


Our shelves are bulging, and we have a whale of a sale for you! Note: Some of these books are bumped or worn a bit. Because of the sale prices, the 10% and 20% discounts do not apply. This offer is good through May 31, 2019, or while supplies last.

E-mail to:
or phone
816 210-8450 to order.

• $1.00 Each (Regularly $2.00 to $10.00) •

Adventuring for Jesus, 1955, hard
Anway, Joseph and Carol, Adventures in a New Land, 1987, soft
Baker, Robert, RLDS New Age Theology Exposed, 1986, soft
Barlow, T. Ed, Living Saints Witness at Work, 1976, hard
Barrington, George, God Will Not Let Me Go, 1977, soft
Black, Lea Vail, Wings of Worship (Plays), 1968, hard
Boyd, Theo E., Poetic Reflections from the Dust, 1979, hard
Braby, Carol, Heritage and Hope, 1984, soft
Bradley, Ruth O., Great Themes from the Book of Mormon, 1974, hard
Brockway, Edith, The Golden Land, 1968, hard
Brockway, Esther, Toward Better Witnessing, 1976, hard
Buck, Clifford, The Greatest of These, 1966, hard
Butterworth, Vida, Girls in White, soft
Carter, Mary Leland, An Instrument in His Hands, soft
Cheville, Roy A., By What Authority, 1959, hard
Cheville, Roy A., Did the Light Go Out? 1962, hard and soft
Cheville, Roy A., Expectations for Endowed Living, 1972, hard
Cheville, Roy A., Humor in Gospel Living, 1978, soft
Cheville, Roy A., Meet Them in the Scriptures, 1960, hard and soft
Cheville, Roy A., Scriptures from Ancient America, 1964, hard and soft
Cheville, Roy A., Spirituality in the Space Age, 1962, hard
Cheville, Roy A., Ten Considerations for Family Living, 1958, soft
Cheville, Roy A., The Bible in Everyday Living, 1961, soft
Cheville, Roy A., They Made a Difference, 1970, hard and soft
Cheville, Roy A., Through the West Door (Graceland College), 1946, hard
Cheville, Roy A., When Teen‑agers Talk Theology, 1968, hard
Cheville, Roy A., When They Seek Counsel, 1954, soft
Church and Evangelism, The, 1941, hard
Church, Olive, A Time of Rebellion, 1968, hard
Cole, Clifford A., Faith for New Frontiers, 1956, hard and soft
Cole, Clifford A., The Prophets Speak, 1954, hard
Collins, Barbara Lee and Hale, A New Concordance of the D and C, 1992, soft
Conduff, Sara, Because He Cares, 1988, soft
Cornish, John J., Into the Latter Day Light, soft
Davis, Dwight, Ministry of the Elder, 1953, soft
Decade of the Best, A, (1961‑1970 Saints' Herald articles), 1972, hard
DeLapp, G. Leslie, In the World..., 1973, hard
Dempsey, Elbert A., Jr., Untangling Our Faith, 1993, soft
Dempsey, Elbert A., Jr., Adventuring with God, 1985, soft
Doty, Harry L., Prayer Meetings, 1979, soft
Draper, Maurice L., Credo "I Believe," 1983, soft
Draper, Maurice L., Footnotes, 1996, soft
Draper, Maurice, Marriage in the Restoration, 1968, hard
Draper, Maurice, Methods of Evangelism, 1953, soft
Draper, Maurice, The Founding Prophet, 1991, soft
Draper, Maurice, Why I Belong, 1958, hard and soft
Edwards, Deane Butler, All Children Are Mine, 1964, hard and soft
Edwards, F. Henry, All Thy Mercies, 1962, hard
Edwards, F. Henry, Authority and Spiritual Power, 1956, hard
Edwards, F. Henry, God Our Help, 1943, hard and soft
Edwards, F. Henry, The Joy in Creation and Judgment, 1975, hard
Edwards, Paul M., Inquiring Faith, 1967, hard
Edwards, Paul M., Our Legacy of Faith, 1991, hard
Edwards, Paul M., The Chief, 1988, soft
Edwards, Paul M., The Elder: Minister of Mission, 1997, soft
Edwards, Paul M., The Hilltop Where (Graceland College), 1972, hard
Ettinger, Cecil R., Congregational Readings, 1975, hard
Ettinger, Cecil R., Thy Kingdom Come, 1965, hard and soft
Fountain, Janice Norris, Where Is the Promise of His Coming? 1991, soft
Fry, Evan A., Unto All Men, 1959, hard
Galbraith, Madelyn, There Is a Book, 1971, hard
Gilberts, Helen, Sariah, 1970, hard and soft
Griffiths, Gomer T., The Instructor (mimeo reprint), soft
Griffiths, Gomer T., The Interpreter, 1986 reprint, soft
Griffiths, Iris, The Vindicator, 1977, soft
Ham, Wayne, Enriching Your New Testament Studies, 1966, hard
Ham, Wayne, Man's Living Religions, 1966, hard and soft
Ham, Wayne, Publish Glad Tidings, 1970, hard
Hanson, Paul M., Jesus Christ among the Ancient Americans, 1945, hard
Hartman, Frances, Poetic Voices of the Restoration, 1961, hard
Hartshorn, Chris B., A Survey of the Doctrine and Covenants, 1962, hard and soft
Hartshorn, Chris B., Let Us Worship, 1946, hard
Hartshorn, Chris B., The Development of the Early Christian Church, 1967, hard
Hettrick, Ric and Marcia, From Among Men, 1976, hard
Higdon, Barbara McFarlane, Committed to Peace, 1994, soft
Higdon, Barbara McFarlane, Good News for Today, 1981, soft
Hinckley, Helen, Columbus: Explorer for Christ, 1977, hard
Holm, Francis W., The Mormon Churches‑‑A Comparison from Within, 1970, soft
Holmes, Reed M., The Church in Israel, 1983, soft
Holmes, Reed M., The Forerunners, 1981, soft
Holmes, Reed, The Patriarchs, 1978, soft
Howard, Richard P, Restoration Scriptures, 1969, hard
Hughes, Richard & Joe Serig, Evangelism, the Ministry of the Church, 1981, soft
Hunt, Larry E., F. M. Smith: Saint as Reformer (Volume 1), 1982, soft
Hunt, Larry E., F. M. Smith: Saint as Reformer (Volume 2), 1982, soft
Hurshman, Lloyd, William Dodds, David Chobar, Many Will Respond, 1988, soft
Inouye, Henry K., Jr., Roy A. Cheville: Explorer of Spiritual Frontiers, 1996, soft
Jones, Irene, Know Your Scriptures, 1966, soft
Judd, Peter & Bruce Lindgren, Introduction to the Saints Church, 1976, hard and soft
Judd, Peter, The Sacraments, 1992, soft
Kelley, Edmund G., The Making of a Frontier Missionary, 1980, soft
Kelley, William H., Presidency and Priesthood, undated reprint, soft
Kirkendall, Norma Anne, Let's Do Something About Our Teaching, soft
Knisley, Alvin, Book of Mormon Dictionary, Mimeo reprint of 1945 book, soft
Kramer, Annando, From Now to Eternity, 1993, soft
Landon, Donald, To Be the Salt of the Earth, 1965, hard
Learning God's Way, 1964, hard
Linder, Ted, Ben Nelson: Defender of the Faithful, 1981, soft
Look Upward, 1988, Sionita School, soft
Lucero, Paul, In Search of the Eternal Christ, 1986, soft

• $5.00 Each (Regularly $8.00 to $40.00) •

Blair, Frederick B., The Memoirs of President W. W. Blair, 1908, hard
Brown, Paula, The Mormon Girl,, 1912, hard
Burton, Emma Beatrice, Beatrice Witherspoon, 1915, hard
Cheville, Roy A., Joseph and Emma, Companions, 1977, hard
Davis, Inez Smith, Story of the Church, The, 1989, soft
Edwards, F. Henry, A New Commentary on the Doctrine and Covenants, 1977, hard
Edwards, F. Henry, Life and Ministry of Jesus, 1982, soft
Gibson, Margaret Wilson, Emma Smith, the Elect Lady, 1954, hard
Griffiths, Gomer T., The Instructor, 1902 8th Edition, hard
Hanson, Paul M., In the Land of the Feathered Serpent, 1949, hard
Henderson, John and Lilli, Discovery of the Last Chapter Vol 1, 1997, soft
Henderson, John and Lilli, Discovery of the Last Chapter Vol 2, 1997, soft
Henderson, John and Lilli, Keys to the Hidden Mysteries, 1992, soft
Henderson, John and Lilli, Secrets of the Last Sunrise, 1994, soft
Holik, Norma Anne, Prophecy and Today, 1979, private, soft
Kelley, E. L., The Law of Christ and Its Fulfillment, 1911?, hard
Kelley, William H., Presidency and Priesthood, 1902, hard
Luff, Joseph, The Old Jerusalem Gospel, 1912, hard

Tuesday, April 23, 2019

Restoration Branch Family Reunion and CRE 2019

From: Paul Gage

Restoration Branch Family Reunion and CRE 2019

Dear Saints, especially in the Center Place,

The annual Restoration Branch Family Reunion and Conference of Restoration Elders (CRE) is scheduled for CPRS/Waldo June 23-28, 2019.

This reunion is co-sponsored by the Pastors of Zion and the CRE.

We are preparing for classes for children ages 3 through high school.

We encourage you to register, now, for the reunion so we can began to get an idea of how many to plan for.

This also applies to meals.

You can register by going to:
or asking your pastor for a copy.

There is no cost to register or for the reunion. Costs are covered through offerings.

***It will be very much appreciated if pastors and church school directors would make this information available to your branch or group and promote it through the months of May and June. We would also ask you to run off some copies to have available at your branch.You can download a copy from the website and make copies.

Thank you and God bless

Paul Gage
Conference and Reunion Manager

2-day/Full-day Session OPEN NOW

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

2-day/Full-day Session OPEN NOW

Applications at:

Monday, April 22, 2019

Help needed to assist in finishing a deck

From: Michael Barber

Help needed to assist in finishing a deck

This is Michael Barber, son of Ron and Carol Barber, looking for a young set of hands or two with some good wits that has an interest in learning a trade in construction.

Michael Barber
Feel free to contact me 816-803-2409 call or text.
Or email me:

Join the Brink’s Team

From: Eva Yarger

Join the Brink’s Team

Hiring Event in Kansas City

on May 1st and 2nd
$3,000 Sign On Bonus
with Valid Private Security License in hand
Apply Now / / 469-549-6025
Brink’s is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer M/F/D/V

Brinks will be having a hiring event in Kansas City for our LLV Messenger position.

Eva Yarger

Corporate Recruiter | Talent Acquisition
Brink’s HQ – Coppell, TX
Phone: 469.549.6025

Dangerous Places/Dangerous People Workshop

From: Safe Shoot

Dangerous Places/Dangerous People Workshop

"Dangerous Places/Dangerous People"

Increase your knowledge depth by attending this upcoming, one day, Situational Awareness workshop. We will go over the observational skills in the morning. There is a scripted, self-driving field trip in the afternoon to practice the skills you have learned earlier in the day. The class will conclude around 5pm at the food court in a local large shopping mall. Take lots of notes, develop class ideas and bring your GPS!

Meet fellow instructors and have fun! Due to the logistics, class size is limited to approximately 15 participants. Your future students will benefit!

MO POST Law Enforcement credit available-3 hours.

Pre-payment is required. If you are a part of a family group pre-payment for one person is required with the balance for the remainder of the group due at class time.**

Saturday, May 11, 2019, from 9 am to 5 pm, I will conduct my family-oriented program “Dangerous Places/Dangerous People: Situational Awareness. Individuals are also welcome! The morning session focuses on awareness skills that may alert you and family members to potential threats. The afternoon is an individual field trip around the area to use your newly acquired skills. Many of these techniques are the same as Police Officers use when responding to a potentially dangerous call.

Lunch will be on your own, and you will start using the skills you have learned earlier in the day. Utilizing your personal vehicle and GPS, the afternoon will be a field trip to various locations around the local area to observe and report what you see. The participants will be given a route description and a sheet with observation requirements and space for notes. You and your companions will also make location decisions, “Where is a safe place or quick exit?”.

At the conclusion of the route, you or your group will meet the instructor in the food court of a large local shopping mall to relax, debrief and enjoy your favorite soft drink (diet soft drink in my case).

Cost is $25 per participant and $12.50 for each participating member of your family or group. Your family or group can secure a seat with a $25 payment on the web site with the balance payable at the start of the class.

Because of the logistics, class size is limited to approximately 15 people. These classes fill up quickly. Check your calendar and enroll your family, group or just yourself now.

The class will convene at 9 am at the Safe Shoot classroom, 2425 S. Crysler Ave #5, Independence, MO 64055. Please park on the upper east side of the building.
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Hope to see you there,
Bruce Luedeman

©2019 Safe Shoot | 2425 S. Crysler Suite #5, Independence, MO 64052

Mentor4Moms Next meeting, Tuesday, May 7th

From: Holly McLean

Mentor4Moms Next meeting, Tuesday, May 7th

Subject: Parental Philosophies and Educational Choices

We will discuss parenting styles.. and advantages and disadvantages:
how to make good choices as a parent for your child's education.

Mentor4Moms Next meeting, Tuesday, May 7th, 10am-noon.

824 E Devon Street
Independence MO

Please RSVP by text for FREE childcare! 816-206-0690

Five Family Garage Sale

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From: drelefson

Five Family Garage Sale

5 families garage sale
April 25, 26 & 27
Open at 8:00 a.m.

750 N Allen Road
Independence MO

Lots of items furniture, washer & dryer and much more.

Sunday, April 21, 2019

Fort Osage R-1 School District Job Postings April 2019

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From: Rachel Horn

Fort Osage R-1 School District Job Postings April 2019

Fort Osage R-1 School District

Below you will find a list of jobs posted between Apr 14, 2019 and Apr 21, 2019.
Job Posting Title Job Category
Career Technical Teacher - Cybersecurity/Networking Instructor Certified Apply Now
HS Girls Tennis Asst. Coach (Extra Duty Assignment) Certified Apply Now
Hostess Classified Apply Now
Part-Time (4 hour) Custodian Classified Apply Now
Attendance Secretary - IMMEDIATE OPENING Classified Apply Now
Instructional Coach Certified Apply Now
Certificated Teacher - High School Social Studies Certified Apply Now

Jobs scheduled to stop accepting applications between Apr 21, 2019 and Apr 28, 2019.
Job Posting Title Job Category
Cashier Classified Apply Now
Assistant Director-Career and Technology Center Certified Apply Now
Certificated Teacher - High School Special Education - 19-20 School Year Certified Apply Now
Certificated Teacher - High School Science Certified Apply Now
Hostess Classified Apply Now

Friday, April 19, 2019

Blended & Blessed Livestream ~ Cancelled

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From: James Bullard

Blended & Blessed Livestream ~ Cancelled

Blended & Blessed Livestream ~ Cancelation Notice

The Blended & Blessed Livestream event scheduled for Saturday, April 27th has been cancelled. Thank you for your support and consideration.

Kitchen Cabinets For Sale

From: Steve Smith

Kitchen Cabinets For Sale



Steve Smith


From: Sheila Schrunk


Spaghetti dinner
Includes bread, salad, drink, & dessert


Saturday April 27th

Odessa Hills Campground
6505 Odessa Hills Road
Odessa MO 64076
For Info: 660-542-4548

Sponsored by the

All profits will be applied to the building of our new addition.
Donations are tax deductible.

Thursday, April 18, 2019

Nancy Rebecca Harlacher Obituary

Nancy Rebecca Harlacher Obituary

Nancy Rebecca Harlacher, 82 of Independence, MO, passed away Friday, March 29, 2019, at Rosewood Health Center, The Groves.

Private burial was held in Mound Grove Cemetery, and a memorial service is scheduled for 1 p.m., Saturday, April 27, at the Speaks Suburban Chapel, 18020 E. 39th St., Independence, MO.

Nancy was born January 10, 1937, in Independence, Missouri, to Charles A. and Mildred I. (Smith) Thompson and has been an area resident most of her life. She had worked as a health and physical education teacher in both Galesburg, IL, and Independence, MO (at Palmer Junior High). She enjoyed painting, camping, and traveling to the mountains. She was a member of the RLDS church, a Restoration branch.

Survivors include: her husband, Larry Harlacher; a daughter, Denelle Perry; a son, Christopher Harlacher; a sister, Mary Kohlman; a brother, Charles (Chick) Thompson; 2 grandchildren, 2 great grandchildren, nieces, nephews, cousins, and in-laws.

Online condolences may be expressed to the family at:

Arrangements: Speaks Suburban Chapel 816-373-3600

Jerry Vanderpool Obituary

From: Gregory Lyons

Jerry Vanderpool Obituary

In Loving Memory of
Jerry L. Vanderpool

June 29, 1940 ~ April 13, 2019

Jerry L. Vanderpool, 78, passed away peacefully, after a lengthy health battle, on Saturday, April 13, 2019 with his wife and loved ones by his side. Jerry was a strong fighter and advocate for all things he believed in, and he fought the battle for his life no differently. Jerry was born on June 29, 1940, in Galt, Missouri to Leon and Helen (Tunnel) Vanderpool. He graduated from Fort Osage High School in 1958 and shortly after married the love of his life, Mae Ann (Clevenger) on June 14, 1960. Jerry and Mae had 3 children: Jerri Mae (Mike) Arnold, Leon (Connie) Vanderpool and Steven (Charity) Vanderpool. He was a devoted husband and father who worked diligently at a local cemetery to provide for his family. He took great pride in family, work and all his endeavors.

Jerry was preceded in death by his parents and two brothers. He is survived by his wife, sister, three children, 5 granddaughters, and 5 great-grandchildren.

Visitation will be 2-3:00 p.m. with Memorial service to follow at 3:00 p.m., Friday, April 19, 2019 at:
South Crysler Restoration Branch
16101 E Salisbury
Independence MO 64050

Obituary for Trellis Clara VanBuskirk

From: Sheila Schrunk

Obituary for Trellis Clara VanBuskirk

Trellis Clara VanBuskirk, 90, of Maryville, Missouri, passed away April 16, 2019 at her daughter's home in Odessa, Missouri. Funeral service will be Monday, April 22, 2019 at 10:00 am at the Walker Nadler Fuller Funeral Home, Lexington. Visitation will also be Monday at the funeral home from 9:00 am until 10:00 am. Burial will be in Nodaway Memorial Gardens, Maryville at 3:30 pm.

Trellis was born September 2, 1928 in Thayer, Missouri to John and Dora (Brewer) Combs. She graduated from Ripley, Oklahoma High School in 1947. On October 15, 1949 she married Robert Francis VanBuskirk. Trellis worked as a telephone operator, as a Wal-Mart clerk and she owned and operated Mrs. Van's Health Food Store in Maryville. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ Restoration Branch in Arkoe, Missouri and she enjoyed cooking, traveling, sewing and church including Sunday School teaching. She was a member of the Cleveland Garden Club and followed many local and professional sports.

Trellis is survived by her children, Sheila Schrunk and husband Bob of Odessa and Daniel VanBuskirk of Maryville; grandchildren, Jennifer Schrunk, Tammy Oltman and husband Matt, Shawna Cummins, and Jeff Schrunk and wife Christy; 12 great grandchildren; and brother, Wilbur Combs and wife Connie Jane of Wichita, Kansas. She was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, brothers, Tony, Enos and Dewayne Combs; and sister Geneva Winkcompleck.

Online Condolences may be expressed to the family at:

Wednesday, April 17, 2019

LADYBUG Estate Sale

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From: Sharon Toms

LADYBUG Estate Sale April 18-20

LADYBUG Estate Sale
16606 E 53 Street Court S
Independence MO 64055
April 18th - 20th Great Items!

FYI: violins and mandolins at this sale. There are pictures of them if you click through the photo gallery.



​We will be in Independence April 18-20
Lovely Decor Items and Furniture!

LADYBUG Estate Sale
16606 E 53 Street Court S
Independence MO 64055

Thursday, April 18 9:00 - 4:00
Friday, April 19 9:00 - 4:00 25% OFF
Saturday, April 20 9:00 - 3:00 50% OFF

​Cash or Card, No Checks

Items include: 3pc Stanley Bedroom Set, Jewelry Cabinet, 4pc 70s Bedroom Set (excellent condition), Roll Top Desk, Office Chair, Curio Cabinet, China Cabinet, Server-Table-6 Chairs, Sofa Table, Modern Drop Front Desk, Refrigerator, Shot Glasses, Lot of Very Nice Crystal, Car Memorabilia, Car Trophies and Plaques, Reproduction Signage, Die Cast Cars, Car Books, Sinclair Man Wood Cut Out, Snow Blower, Wheel Barrow, Metal Bird Baths, Yard Tools, Yard Ornaments, Ambassador 5000 Reel, Steam Cleaner, Shop Vac, Women's Clothes and Purses, Mandolins, Violins, Pocket Watches,(need work) and Much More!

View all item pictures here:

Price Publishing Company Announcement

From: David Price

Price Publishing Company Announcement

Price Publishing Company has just published to their website an article about Bob Moore's recent statement on Facebook. He states several reasons why The Sealed Book of Mormon translated by Mauricio Berger and published by Joseph F. Smith is not divine. You may read this article by going to the link below:

Also, a printed version of this document may be purchased at the Restoration Bookstore.

Go to our website at:

to view other documentation about Mauricio Berger's movement and the alleged sealed Book of Mormon plates.

Price Publishing Company

Mt. Zion’s Annual Bike Ride

From: G. JONES

Mt. Zion’s Annual Bike Ride

Freezers For Sale

From: Benson Galbraith

Freezers For Sale

One upright and three chest freezers at Lunch Partners, not needed anymore. All were in good working order when we unplugged them. Will sell singly or together. We will accept donations or best offer. You must pick up.

Please text or call:
Diana Galbraith 816-769-7485
or Arlo Stevenson 816-309-2786

Jewish Prayer to Hasten the Revealing of the Messiah

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From: Pat Baggette

Jewish Prayer to Hasten the Revealing of the Messiah

Just saw this article. Pretty interesting...

"The propitious smiles of Heaven can never be expected on a nation that
disregards the eternal rules of order and right which Heaven itself hath ordained..."

-- First Inaugural Address of George Washington,
The City of New York, April 30, 1789 --

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Prayer to Hasten the Messiah

From Breaking Isreal News

[For the first time, Breaking Israel News is providing a translation of this prayer to hasten the
Messiah. In addition, there are five blessings that according to Jewish tradition should be recited upon seeing the Messiah which are included so that when the prayer comes to fruition, the
supplicants will be prepared.]

May it be your will, God and God of our Fathers, that you will receive willingly the prayers of
your nation Israel, who have prayed to you in every generation and in every place in the world,
and particularly in the holy land of Israel, and in the merit of this prayer, may it be your will to judge us favorably, to grant Israel a complete redemption in kindness and mercy, with wonders
and miracles, and subjugate the blood that is the Kingdom of Edom, and the fat which is the
kingdom of Ishmael, and in the merit of all the truly righteous that are with us today and for the longing we have to see the complete redemption, and in the merit of your mercy and kindness,
please send us now the Prophet Elijah , your servant, and reveal the Messiah-king, and crown
him over all of Israel and over the world, Please, God, do not send us away from you empty-
handed. We trust in you. Please answer us without delay. We are waiting for your salvation. May
what I say and my thoughts be your will, my rock and redeemer.
Blessed are You, the Lord our God, King of the universe who redeems Israel.
Blessed are You, the Lord our God, King of the universe who has given us life and sustained us
and allowed us to reach this occasion.
Blessed are You, the Lord our God, King of the universe who has granted of His wisdom to
those who fear Him.
Blessed are You, the Lord our God, King of the universe who has granted His honor to those
who fear Him.
Blessed are You, the Lord our God, King of the universe who knows all secrets.

Remembering the Blood of Lamb

From: Dwight Burford

Remembering the blood of Lamb and those who first placed it upon their doorposts

Dear Family and Friends,

Recently, while giving a class on the relevance of ancient prophecies to our day, I was led to draw upon several videos from One for Israel and how many prophecies pertaining to Israel are actually being fulfilled today in the lives of the people of Israel.

Here’s a video introducing the work of One for Israel: (3 minutes).

After viewing this next link, please consider anew how the Lord has testified that He is able to do His own work in these latter days. (4 minutes)

The question that yet remains with many in Israel is wonderfully and plainly answered in the following video – see especially the latter half beginning at the 2:05 minute mark. (7.5 minutes)

Now to put some faces to the message, I believe a performance of the theme from “Schindler’s List” in the largest European synagogue in Budapest does this quite well. (6 minutes)

With these things in mind, I hope you will consider re-reading Romans 12:1-3 after re-reading all of the preceding chapter. (In other words, chapter 11 is not complete without also considering the first part of chapter 12.)

As we remember Jesus Christ’s death and resurrection this week and weekend, respectively, please remember how our Lord was taken from among His brethren of the tribe of Judah to be our Passover Lamb – as well as theirs. For Jesus truly said that inasmuch as we do anything unto the least of His brethren, we do it unto Him (Matthew 25).

God’s richest blessings to each of you as we labor together in the Lord’s work of His fulfilling His covenants with His ancient covenant people, the house of Israel.

For Zion and her King,
Dwight Burford

2010 Toyota Prius For Sale

From: Milton Cox

2010 Toyota Prius For Sale

2010 Toyota Prius Hatchback
We are selling our 2010 Toyota Prius. We have owned this car since 2013 and it has been a good car for our family but it’s time for us to move on. This is a VERY economy friendly vehicle. It has been regularly maintained and recently had a new water pump installed. Mostly highway miles. The rear passenger taillight needs replaced. It has a clear title.

Mileage: 192,536

We are asking
$5,975 OBO

Call: 816-803-8970

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

​Free - 2 Girls' Bikes​

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From: Stacy Frinsthal

​Free - 2 Girls' Bikes​

We have 2 young girls bikes, with training wheels, that we want to give away.
Size is probably kindergarten and younger. Maybe a smaller sized first grader, but our girl is in first and she is too big for either one.

Let me know

Stacy Pyatt
God Bless!!


From: Francis Harper


To Conference of Restoration Elders, Pastors of Zion, Pastors of Central Missouri and all other Restoration Branches, worldwide:

Dear Saints,

Elder Ram Baral, who lives in the Columbia, South Carolina area, has an appointment to meet with President Donald Trump at 9 A.M. on May 1, 2019, at the White House.

Brother Ram solicits your prayers as he prepares for this important meeting. He asks us to pray that he will be blessed with the wisdom of Solomon who prayed: “Give me now wisdom and knowledge . . . for who can judge this thy people, that is so great?” (2 Chronicles 1:10). Additionally, we need to ask the Lord to bless Brother Baral with good physical health and safety as he travels to and from Washington, D.C.

It has been suggested that Sunday, April 28, 2019, be designated as a day of fasting and mighty prayer for our nation and the meeting to be held on the following Wednesday at 9 A.M. It is hoped that every Restoration Branch throughout the world will participate in this worthy cause.

Please pray also that nothing will happen that might make it necessary to reschedule this meeting. We will keep you informed.

My Love to All,
Francis Harper

Please share and or forward as desired.

The gist or synopsis of what Brother Ram plans to present to the President is covered in the attachment: An Urgent Message to all Americans. (Below)


An Urgent Message to all Americans

“Make America great again” has been the rallying cry of this administration of President Donald J. Trump. The key to the greatness of the United States of America has always rested upon the faith and righteousness of her people. Inasmuch as we keep the commandments of God we shall prosper in our land. “Righteousness exalteth a nation; but sin is a reproach to any people” (Proverbs 14:34).

Jacob had twelve sons. Before his sons left Egypt Jacob blessed them one by one. His blessings were prophetic. The promises given to Judah [present day Israel] and Joseph [USA] exceed all the others. See Genesis 49. Before his death, Moses also pronounced blessings upon the sons of Jacob and their descendants. See Deuteronomy 33.

As citizens of the USA we should be especially interested in the blessings promised to Joseph and his descendants. “Joseph is a fruitful bough [of the family tree] whose branches run over the wall [a barrier, like oceans] . . . the arms of his hands were made strong by the mighty God of Jacob . . . even by the God of thy Father, who shall help thee and by the Almighty, who shall bless thee with blessings of heaven . . . they shall be on the head of Joseph . . . that was separated from his brethren” (Genesis 49). “Blessed of the Lord be his land, for the precious things of heaven . . . and for the precious things of the earth . . . and for the good will of him that dwelt in the [burning] bush; Let the blessing come upon the head of Joseph . . . that was separated from his brethren” (Deuteronomy 33). America is Joseph’s land; a land separated from his brethren.

The word of the Lord came to Ezekiel, saying, “Thou son of man, take one stick [scroll] and write upon it, for Judah . . .” [The Bible; the record of Judah]; . . . then take another stick and write upon it for Joseph . . .” [The Book of Mormon; the record of Joseph].

The first descendants of Joseph came to America just before the Babylonian captivity in 586 B.C. See 1 Nephi 1:12; 1:165. The records kept by these early immigrants to Joseph’s land have been preserved in The Book of Mormon.

The Book of Mormon has an urgent message for all Americans. The Prophet Ether wrote of America as “the land of promise, choice above all other lands, which the Lord God had preserved for a righteous people” (Ether 1:29).

The Lord’s immigration policy for America is found in The Book of Mormon: “. . . according to the workings of the Spirit which is in me there should none come into the land save [unless] they shall be brought by the hand of the Lord . . . this land is consecrated unto him whom he shall bring. And if it so be that they shall serve him according to the commandments, which he hath given, it shall be a land of liberty unto them; . . . And behold, it is wisdom that this land should be kept as yet from the knowledge of other nations; For, behold many nations would overrun the land . . . And they shall be kept from all other nations . . . (2 Nephi 1:10-17).

The oceans served as natural walls until 1492. Nephi prophesied: “And I looked and beheld a man [Christopher Columbus] among the Gentiles . . . and I beheld the Spirit of God, that it came down and wrought upon the man; and he went forth upon the many waters . . . and it came to pass that I beheld the Spirit of God, that it wrought upon other Gentiles; [the early colonists] and they went forth out of captivity, upon the many waters. And it came to pass that I beheld many multitudes of the Gentiles upon the land of promise” (1 Nephi 3:147-149).

The urgent message to all who live in the USA is this: “Behold, this is a land which is choice above all other lands; wherefore he that doth possess it shall serve God, or shall be swept off; for it is the everlasting decree of God. And it is not until the fullness of iniquity among the

children of the land, that they are swept off. And this cometh unto you, O ye Gentiles that ye may know the decrees of God, that ye may repent, and not continue in your iniquities until the fullness come, that ye may not bring down the fullness of the wrath of God upon you . . .” (Ether 1:32-34).

Our nation will be spared as long as we have a faithful, prayerful remnant in our country. Sodom would have been spared if ten righteous souls could have been found in the city. We need many men, women and children who will pray for our country like the prophet Daniel prayed for his nation, “O Lord, the great and dreadful God, keeping the covenant and mercy to them that love him, and to them that keep his commandments; “We have sinned, and have committed iniquity, and have done wickedly, and have rebelled, even by departing from thy precepts and from thy judgments; Neither have we hearkened unto thy servants the prophets . . . “O Lord, righteousness belongeth unto thee, but unto us confusion of faces, as at this day. . . . Now therefore, O our God, hear the prayer of thy servant. . . O my God incline thine ear, and hear; open thine eyes, and behold our desolations. . . We do not present our supplications before thee for our righteousnesses, but for thy great mercies. O Lord, hear; O Lord forgive” (Daniel 9:4-7, 17-19).

Abraham Lincoln stated: “The only assurance of our nation’s safety is to lay our foundation on morality and religion. I have always taken counsel of Him. I cannot recall one instance in which I followed my own judgment, founded upon such a decision, where the results were unsatisfactory; whereas, in almost every instance where I yielded to the views of others, I have had occasion to regret it.”

“In God We Trust,” must remain as our motto!

Monday, April 15, 2019

Job Postings for Fort Osage R-1 School District April 2019

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From: Rachel Horn

Job Postings for Fort Osage R-1 School District April 2019

Fort Osage R-1 School District

Below you will find a list of jobs posted between Apr 7, 2019 and Apr 14, 2019.

Job Posting Title Job Category
Speech Language Pathologist Certified Apply Now
Assistant Director-Career and Technology Center Certified Apply Now
Certificated Teacher - High School Special Education - 19-20 School Year Certified Apply Now
Certificated Teacher - High School Science Certified Apply Now

Jobs scheduled to stop accepting applications between Apr 14, 2019 and Apr 21, 2019.
Job Posting Title Job Category
Cashier Classified Apply Now

Book of Mormon Symposium Flyer

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From: Deanna McKay

Book of Mormon Symposium Flyer

.......and it came to pass that we lived after the manner of happiness.
2 Nephi 5:27

2016 Jayco Travel Trailer Reduced to $13,000

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From: Justin & Tiffany Jones

2016 Jayco Travel Trailer Reduced to $13,000

2016 Jayco Jayflight SLX 212QBW 26 foot Travel trailer. No slides. Comes with sway bars, TV DVD player and a memory foam mattress. Has one queen bed, jackknife couch and the kitchen table folds down to make a bed and is good for small children to sleep on. Has plenty of storage. Everything works. It is perfect for a couple. Was able to pull with GMC Yukon without any problems. Perfect camper for someone who wants to attend reunion.

Price Reduced to $13,000

Please contact Sandra Dutzel