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I don’t think you can really compete with this. For evangelical spirituality more generally see, Evan B. []; if (!m2hb) { var m2hb = {}; m2hb.que = []; } var windowWidth = (window.innerWidth > screen.width? screen.width: window.innerWidth); var isMobileDevice = windowWidth var _comscore = _comscore Button21:hover{background-position:0px -26px;}. The founder of the Quakers was George Fox (1624-1691). The Call San Diego promotional material refers to Franklin Hall's 1946 fasting and prayer revival center in San Diego, and Hall's book, Atomic Power with God through Fasting and Prayer.

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