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 Cynthia Carter:
On Saturday, September 8, 2001 at approximately 5:00 a.m., Evangelist Cynthia Carter heard, while in prayer, thousands of souls weeping, moaning and groaning because they were eternally lost.  While in the Spirit of the Lord she heard, They aren’t going to come to the Church; the Church must go to them.  A few days later on September 11, 2001, the Twin Towers in New York was bombed by terrorist and literally thousands of souls were lost.

Justina Page:
On March 7, 1999 my husband, six sons, and I experienced a horrific 4 - alarm house fire which resulted in the loss of our 22 month twin son Amos, and seriously injured myself and the other twin. After my physical and emotional recovery I beagn to volunteer on the burn unit and noticed the various needs in the burn community. In an effort to help, I established The Amos House of Faith in memory of my son, to assist those who are suffering due to a burn trauma.       

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