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Length: 1min 24 secs
Date: 24th June 2005
Subject: Pentecost Church

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Title: Pentecost Church

Olivia is a born again christian and was born on the west coast of Africa in Ghana. She now lives in Telford and talks about her faith, explaining the differences between the Elim Pentecost Church and other church services.

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dorcas kalonda
everyone in the whole world i said everyone in the whole wide world.you have to worship the jesues.change your religon be penecost. am saying in the name of jesues.

debbie
in who do you believe in god or alah or medincine man

 



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