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The Shepherd Calls: Labor for the Kingdom

by Dr. H. Wade Paris

The first Labor Day holiday in the United States was celebrated on Tuesday, Sept. 5, 1882, in New York City.  Originally, it was a day to celebrate our workers and seek ways to improve their working conditions.   Over time it was designated as a national holiday to be celebrated on the first Monday of September.  The designation of that date has come to mark the

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Let No One Deceive You

by Pastor Steve Ellison

 Ephesians 5:1-6 is a sobering passage, “Therefore be imitators of God, as beloved children; 2 and walk in love, just as Christ also loved you and gave Himself up for us, an offering and a sacrifice to God as a fragrant aroma. 3 But immorality or any impurity or greed must not even be named among you, as is proper among saints; 4 and there must

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Haitian Women, Girls Receive Aid from Missouri Girls

LDS Pam Lawson by  Brenda Simmons

Over 70 girls and women of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gathered in early August to help with a project for women in Haiti. It was part of an annual youth conference for the Far West Missouri Stake which was held Aug. 2-5 at Morrell Ranch in Gallatin, and was the second time a sizeable group from the church gathered to work together. The

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Good Thinking: Back to School days

by Dr. Don Kuehle

 “School days, school days, good old Golden Rule days;

 Readin’ and Writin’ and ‘Rithmetic

 Taught to the tune of the hickory stick.”

School days have always been important days. Even for those of us who remember the “good old days”, school shaped our lives. We recall when life was less complicated. I attended a one-room school. Discipline was strict; the hickory stick was used by the

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Small town ties help put new roof on old church

jameson christianThe Jameson Christian Church is getting a new roof thanks to the generosity of the community’s residents, both former and present. The church is over 120 years old and needed a new roof. There are less than a dozen in the congregation, so they appealed to the whole community to help raise funds. Members wrote an article for the Jameson Gem, a monthly newsletter, which reaches about 500 households. Two

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Dealing With Anger

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Anger is a problem for many of us. We often embarrass ourselves because of anger.

Anger causes us to say things we may not mean and certainly should not have verbalized even if we did mean them. Anger is the catalyst for many crimes causing many people to do things they never would have done except for anger.

Ephesians 4 instructs new Christians to put off

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Stop stealing

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Many of you remember days when you did not lock your house or your car. For most of us that time has long since passed.

It seems that the new morality is that if you don’t get caught then you are not guilty and there is nothing wrong with what you did. However, I must remind you that thievery is not a new issue.

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The Shepherd Calls: What About Those Blessings

by Dr. H. Wade Paris

Matt was buying his groceries at the “rich people’s” store in Memphis, Tennessee. A hungry teen approached his cart and asked if he could carry out the groceries when he finished in exchange for the box of donuts in the cart. Overcome with the disparity between his (Matt’s) overflowing cupboard and the teenager’s empty refrigerator, the two guys got to know each other. Matt spent

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Declaring Independence

by Pastor Steve Ellison

Without question, the signers of the Declaration of Independence understood the gravity of their action. Surely they understood enough of the possible consequences that they must have agonized over the decision. Certainly they must have envisioned that most of them would lose their money and property. They must have also realized that many of them would give their very lives and that the lives of their

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