Pastor Darron LaMonte Edwards argues that Missourians should help to repair the breach and vote "no" on Amendment 4. This measure would only further erode local control over crucial resources and punish certain communities in Kansas City for seeing the solution to their problems as
Reverend Eric Williams says they started with "two cans of SPAM and macaroni with no cheese." The Kansas City church is using what they have available to feed thousands and explore the root causes of hunger in their community.
Like a lot of cities, Kansas City, Missouri, has seen a dramatic increase in violent crime this year. And at least one pastor is looking to do something about it. Darron Edwards wrote a 10-step plan that launched August 11 and already has 29 faith
Decades after influential developer J.C. Nichols kept Blacks, Jews, and other minorities out of subdivisions he built that transformed the Kansas City region, protests over the death of George Floyd might lead to his name being removed from one of the city’s most iconic sites.
A federal judge on Monday (May 11) dismissed a legal challenge by a group of Catholics in St. Louis, while a similar challenge in Kansas City by a Baptist church is moving toward a hearing on Friday. Both suits challenge local restrictions designed to prevent
No vaccine or effective treatment has yet been found for people suffering from COVID-19. Under the circumstances, a physician in Kansas City wonders whether prayer might make a difference, and he has launched a scientific study to find out.
A conservative Christian group used inaccurate claims to blast the mayor of Kansas City, Missouri as a Nazi. Quinton Lucas, a Baptist who serves as the third black mayor of Kansas City, drew attention after creating a broad policy designed to track the spread of
In early May 2020, various websites and commentators claimed that Kansas City, Missouri, was ordering churches to turn over lists of attendees to the government. The commentary posted by evangelical groups implied that the measures persecuted Christians, with one of the more sensational takes gaining online traction.
Thirteen Kansas City-area churches in Missouri and Kansas will hold a food and resource drive on May 2 to provide relief to charities seeing an increased demand because of the coronavirus pandemic.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Margin KC involved more than 100 Kansas City churches coming together with a series of sermons designed to help congregants reduce their financial debt. After 10 weeks, surveys report nearly $18 million in personal debt was paid off.