posted on Oct, 1 2008 @ 10:56 AM
More on this.
"The grounds of Heritage USA are far from their former glory. A faux castle sits boarded up, like a post-Armageddon Disney World exhibit. Chunks of
brick are missing from a nearby tower. The site, a testimony to the failed excesses of 1980s televangelism, bears little resemblance to the popular
tourist attraction of the PTL era. But inside the old hotel, people are still praising the Lord. As long-haired musicians, mostly barefoot, play
Christian rock on a recent Sunday, worshippers stream in. A younger crowd, they come dressed in the clothing they might wear to Applebee's. Hands are
raised and dancing begins, and the music goes on and on.
It's here that MorningStar Ministries, a Fort Mill-based church linked to a Pentecostal movement that emphasizes miraculous healing, divine
revelation, prophesy and "spiritual warfare" (including the expelling of demons from cities), has set up shop."
Perhaps someone could teach me blockquoting and such on this site. Seems backwards from every other site in the webiverse and the icons don't tell
you what you're clicking before you do.