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Maple Lake, Minn., baptisms attract many

June 11, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Cody Olson wanted to go the whole enchilada in his baptism Sunday in the waters of Maple Lake, choosing “full immersion,” over having water simply poured over his head. “It seems more religious,” he said beforehand. “You’re not only washing sins away, you’re washing everything away.” Continue Reading

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Historic Grand Forks Church Razed as Residents Watch

May 16, 2012 in WDAZ

GRAND FORKS, N.D. (AP) The oldest wood-framed church in Grand Forks was reduced to rubble, razing with it more than 100 years of memories for generations of the city’s residents.
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Second oldest Grand Forks church torn down

May 15, 2012 in Grand Forks Herald

Vacant since before ’97 flood, it makes way for housingThomas “Marty” Martzall stood by with a digital camera Tuesday morning as the oldest wood-framed church in Grand Forks was reduced to rubble. Martzall, 75, who lives just a block from what is known by some as the “Old Church on Walnut Street,” retains plenty of good memories of the building. Continue Reading

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Pastor creates religious cartoons

October 5, 2010 in INFORUM

‘Holy Doodles’ on display at Moorhead church
Jesus reaches out to hand a glass of ice cold lemonade (complete with a little umbrella) to a man in swimming trunks lying on a lounge chair.
“You’ve been tithing, going to church every Sunday and reading a Bible verse every day,” Jesus says. “Take a break Would you like a massage?”
“Thanks, Jesus,” the man replies. “It’s all for you.”
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