Sunday, March 14, 2021

Kansas City Sunday Night News Reflection

For our most faithful readers, these news links are important to consider for the Sunday overnight and worth contemplation as we start our news week . . . Check-it . . .

Local sacrifice in service of others . . .

KCTV5: "There's nobody like her." Family remembers Good Samaritan killed in KCK hit-and-run crash

Tragic refrain . . .

Fox4: Dealing with the violent death of a loved one is all too familiar for an area family

Local care for the poor . . .

KMBC: Overnight shelter at KC Convention Center

Church doors reopen . . .

WDAF: For the first time in a year, Church of the Resurrection welcomes people back for in-person services

Hope for the new President . . .

The Hill: In 'restoring America's soul,' Biden can become a hero for the persecuted

Moment of doubt in MAGA . . .

Newsweek: Evangelical 'Prophet' Ends Ministry After Apologizing for Predicting Trump's Re-Election

Promise of political resurrection . . .

Politico: The Christian Prophets Who Say Trump Is Coming Again

Hopefully, we'll have more for the morning update . . . STAY TUNED!!!

6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Reopening the churches is something that a lot of people want. I'm only hope they're going to be safe when they do it.

Bri said...

If I hear one more lame brain use the word ‘safe’....

Anonymous said...

Trump never once mentioned the word "God" during his entire term. Or called on anyone to pray for the nation.

Why do his followers consider Trump Christian when he is not?

Anonymous said...

So??? I haven't seen skyman fixing anything recently. Have you 11:12 ?

Dictionary definition of "religion" = "mental crutch".

Anonymous said...

Why do you still obsess about Trump and not President Houseplant?

Anonymous said...

11:12 am This is just one example of many.
President Trump declared on Friday a National Day of Prayer for this upcoming Sunday, shortly after declaring a state of emergency amid the fast-spreading coronavirus pandemic.

"We are a Country that, throughout our history, has looked to God for protection and strength in times like these....," Trump tweeted. "No matter where you may be, I encourage you to turn towards prayer in an act of faith. Together, we will easily PREVAIL!"