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March 19, 1990 | JIM CARLTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As Pastor Robert B. Town stood at the lectern of the Jacob's Well Christian Centre in Fullerton one recent Sunday, he surveyed a roomful of about 150 church-goers, half of whom he later described as former drug users, gang members or prison convicts. "It's good to have faith in God!" Town told them, his voice booming over a loudspeaker. "Y-e-a-h!" replied the congregation, most of them wearing T-shirts, jeans and hopeful smiles as they looked up from rows of folding chairs.
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March 19, 1990 | JIM CARLTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As Pastor Robert B. Town stood at the lectern of the Jacob's Well Christian Centre in Fullerton one recent Sunday, he surveyed a roomful of about 150 church-goers, half of whom he later described as former drug users, gang members or prison convicts. "It's good to have faith in God!" Town told them, his voice booming over a loudspeaker. "Y-e-a-h!" replied the congregation, most of them wearing T-shirts, jeans and hopeful smiles as they looked up from rows of folding chairs.
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March 19, 1990 | JIM CARLTON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
As Pastor Robert B. Town stood at the lectern of the Jacob's Well Christian Centre one recent Sunday, he surveyed a roomful of about 150 church-goers, half of whom he later described as former drug users, gang members or prison convicts. "It's good to have faith in God!" Town told them, his voice booming over a loudspeaker. "Y-e-a-h!" replied the congregation, most of them wearing T-shirts, jeans and hopeful smiles as they looked up from rows of folding chairs.
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