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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
By The Associated Press Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
By The Associated Press Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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The Latest: Officials start controlled burn at Arkema plant
Pastor Jeffrey Willey kneels down inside the Christ United Church, which was flooded in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey on Sunday, Sept. 3, 2017, in Cypress, Texas. The church, which was flooded last year, had just recovered before Harvey caused more damage. (AP Photo/David J.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey’s wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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Sep 03, 2017 6:06PM EDTpublished: Sep 03, 2017 5:42PM EDT
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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Stories from the storm: Sunday, Sept. 3
'I have to keep this happy face' (Posted 5:01 p.m.) The Castañeda family's home was barely visible behind an eight-foot mountain of debris. There were ruined carpets and furniture, pieces of wall, toys contaminated by the grime left by Hurricane Harvey.

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Stories from the storm: Sunday, Sept. 3
His sister Mia rubbed the floors and walls with a cloth while Roselyn, 4, sat at the top of the stairs, pretending to dust off stuffed toys. In the garage, their father, Guillermo Castañeda and four friends from work laughed and told jokes as they removed the garage's inner wall, preparing to rebuild it.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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I will kill anybody who touches my wife - Pastor Adeboye
The General Overseer of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), Pastor Enoch Adeboye has said that he would kill anybody who touches his wife, Pastor (Mrs) Foluke Adeboye. He said, although he could not do anything to anybody who slaps, criticizes or lies against him, but to do such against his wife, he would kill the person.

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JJ Watt hands out supplies to Hurricane Harvey victims
Watt had started an online fundraising page a week ago when the hurricane first struck with the hope of raising $200,000. As of Sunday, his Houston Flood Relief Fund had surpassed $18 million. The NFL star said Sunday's efforts were part of 'phase one' and he would ensure the donated funds would be used effectively.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
By The Associated Press Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
By The Associated Press Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
By The Associated Press Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Gov. Greg Abbott declared Sunday a "Day of Prayer" and urged residents to be steeled by their beliefs at a time of crisis. One Catholic congregation exiled by floodwaters held a makeshift service at a high school, another set out bug spray along with holy water, while pastors and priests talked of....

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
By The Associated Press Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
By The Associated Press Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
By The Associated Press Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
By The Associated Press Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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At Sunday services, messages of hope after Harvey's wrath
Debris and muck were all that remained where homes once stood, tens of thousands spent the night in shelters, and others would weather another long day without safe drinking water or electricity. Yet, in churches across storm-ravaged South Texas, parishioners saw hope amid the devastation, and sought strength in faith.

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