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    Faith or Fiction, Kenya’s Healing Churchesi
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    August 28, 2013 4:53 PM
    As Christian churches grow in size and number in Kenya, they have created a growing industry of faith healers and televangelists. Concerns are also rising that these new churches exist only to exploit the poor and desperate. VOA East Africa Correspondent Gabe Joselow reports on the new trend and how Kenyans are looking to spot the wicked among the righteous.

    Faith or Fiction, Kenya’s Healing Churches

    Published August 28, 2013

    As Christian churches grow in size and number in Kenya, they have created a growing industry of faith healers and televangelists. Concerns are also rising that these new churches exist only to exploit the poor and desperate. VOA East Africa Correspondent Gabe Joselow reports on the new trend and how Kenyans are looking to spot the wicked among the righteous.


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