From the Cliff Edge

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I was a teenager back then in the 90s when the Pentecostal movement in Nigeria was growing rapidly and disrupting orthodoxy. I recall standing in a line of eager converts as soft worship music from the choir set the right mood for signs and wonders. Being the curious child that I was, I was anticipating the experience…

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