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Many Mormons were killed and the rest driven from the state of Missouri in the 1830s. Today, the people of Western Missouri love them and welcome them as neighbors. In 2012, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints completed the Kansas City Temple. Shirley Murdock is the Director of Public Affairs for the Independence Missouri Stake of the Church. She is the special guest for this program and will tell us how the people of Western Missouri have answered the call of Finishers Wanted to accomplish great things.
"The distinctive double towers of the Kansas City Missouri Temple rise majestically over I-435 in Kansas City's Northland. Nearly 91,000 people toured the Kansas City Missouri Temple during its public open house. Because of the high number of reservations made for tour times, the open house was extended an additional week."
Kansas City Temple
Independence Visitors Center (LDS)
Sudan Journey with Scott Jenkins
Scott Jenkins finished a journey through Southern Sudan shortly after a 21 year civil war ended. He is in his seventh year of helping with orpan care and elementary education in the villages of South Sudan. Scott will tell what it was like to forge ahead with a dangerous journey and what it is like to persevere in building, continuing and growing his non-profit Southern Sudan Humanitarian.
Claron Twitchell of SudanHelp.org has reason to CELEBRATE!! He has Finished the One Thousand Mile Walk to Honor and Support the People of South Sudan. Dr. Dennis Taylor will be joining our discussion with Claron; you can Follow Claron's blog at: Follow..ClaronT..com
Join our LIVE discussion today Saturday 7th September, 2013.