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In N.H. churches, candidates find a different breed of evangelical

The Rev. Paul Berube led a prayer service this week at Grace Fellowship in Nashua. Berube said the evangelical movement is undergoing exponential growth in New Hampshire. The Rev. Paul Berube led a prayer service this week at Grace Fellowship in Nashua. Berube said the evangelical movement is undergoing exponential growth in New Hampshire. (Boston Globe Photo / Erik Jacobs)
By Lisa Wangsness
Globe Staff / December 21, 2007

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NASHUA - In the dimly lit sanctuary of a large brick church at the north end of Main Street, more than 100 people move to light Christian rock music. Children, recently resettled refugees from Burundi, are splayed out on the floor with coloring books. A man in jeans and a sweater stands nearby, swaying and holding his palms heavenward. (Full article: 1253 words)

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