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By Delivrine Registre - bio | email

September 30, 2008

DOUGLAS, GA (WALB) - Coffee County churches are coming together to pray for an improved economy. About 50 churches of all denominations got together for the "Send the Rain" Community revival that started eight years ago and has been growing ever since.

Pastor's and church members all say the event has been refreshing in the midst of the current economic crisis.

"As we ministers pray together now, there seems like there was disunity in the community, which is the best way to put it, but since we started it; it has brought people together. And there is a lot of love among the ministers now," said West Ward Street Church of God Pastor, Jesse Ogden.

Several churches in Douglas and Coffee County will continue to hold revivals Monday night and Wednesday night.

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