M. J. Chrisman graduated from Covenant Bible College and Seminary with a bachelor of science in theology. He began writing his debut novel The Legend of the Seer in 2003 when he was only fourteen years old. Having completed his first book in the series, Mr. Chrisman is currently working on his second book, The Remnant: The Fall and Rise of the Three Nails. Now 23-years-old, Mr. Chrisman travels and speaks at numerous churches and schools in the Kansas City area. Visit www.mjchrisman.com
Student Chapter to Hold “Fashioned for Freedom” Event at the University of Central Missouri [PHOTOS]
International Justice Mission's (IJM) student chapter at the University of Central Missouri (UCM) will host their debut event "Fashioned for Freedom" in the Elliot Union Ballroom on Wednesday, Nov. 13 from 7 p.m. until 9 p.m. to raise awareness about human trafficking and the slave labor trade.
Public Safety Hires Students to Write Parking Tickets at the University of Central Missouri
Students beware: you better pay for a parking pass, because one of your own friends could be writing you a ticket. Public Safety at the University of Central Missouri (UCM) hires other students to write tickets on campus parking lots.
Student Physically Assaulted Near the University of Central Missouri
Warrensburg Police Department are investigating an assault on a University of Central Missouri (UCM) student. The student was physically assaulted at a party by an unidentified, white male on Friday, Nov. 1., just off campus.
Trick or Trot for TaTas 5K and Monster Dash Kids’ Fun Run Brings Healthy Halloween Fun [PHOTOS]
KIX 105, 92.3 BOB-FM, Newstalk 1050 KSIS Radio and Socket Voice, Data and Internet hosted their first Trick or Trot for TaTas Halloween 5k and Monster Dash Kids' Fun Run on Saturday, Oct. 26 at Clover Dell Park in Sedalia, Mo.
Pumpkin Patches in Warrensburg and Sedalia: Where to Get Your Pumpkins Before Halloween
It's time to make some Jack-o'-lanterns for Halloween! If you've been putting off the carving tradition, fear not. Here are some pumpkin patches around Sedalia and Warrensburg. Their hours of operation are below, so stop by this week and hand pick your pumpkins!
University of Central Missouri Responds to Controversy Surrounding Maryville Rape Case
Yesterday (Oct. 15) the University of Central Missouri's News Bureau sent out a statement to students and faculty regarding the recently published article in the Kansas City Star about the Daisy Coleman court case. The article describes the Coleman family's woes after their then 14-year-old daughter was allegedly raped by the accused, Matthew Barnett, who is currently a student at UCM.
Project Community Connect Will Serve the Impoverished in Johnson County
Project Community Connect (PCC) will be offering health services and resources to struggling families and individuals in Warrensburg, Mo on Oct. 18 from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the University of Central Missouri's (UCM) Recreation Center. These services include free medical care, dental work, employment affairs and even haircuts.
Top 10 Must-See Horror Films Before Halloween
It's October, which means bonfires, pumpkin patches, and of course, Halloween. More importantly, this is the season of scary attractions and horror films. Here is my top 10 list of "must-see" horror/thriller movies before Halloween:
Warrensburg Kicks Off the Fall Season With Burg Fest [PHOTOS]
Be sure to stop by downtown Warrensburg this weekend to catch the rest of the city's annual "Burg Fest," which started Friday morning and goes until Sunday evening (Sept. 27-29), from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. each day.
Student Organization at the University of Central Missouri Raises Awareness About Human Trafficking
International Justice Mission's (IJM) student chapter at the University of Central Missouri raised awareness about human trafficking with their "Choose Freedom" event outside the student Union on Wednesday and Thursday (Sept. 25-26). The IJM chapter had students paint their hands red and press their fingerprints against a big, black "X," which stands for the "End It Moveme