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Trying to forget Sandy

"Trying to forget Sandy" Continued...

Issue: "Moneymaker," March 23, 2013

“There are still many needs, and we know that the deepest need is the need  of the heart,” McIntyre preached to his church. “If you talk to people, it’s the frustration, it’s the anger, no knowing what’s next. You know what they need now? They need care.” He continued: “Even outside of Sandy, what is the mission of the church?” A common answer, he said, is to save people so they can go to heaven. “The gospel is bigger than that. ... Jesus says in Revelation, ‘I make ...’” He paused.

“All things new,” the congregation said back to him. 

“And that happens now,” McIntyre said.

Emily Belz
Emily Belz

Emily, who has covered everything from political infighting to pet salons for The Indianapolis Star, The Hill, and the New York Daily News, reports for WORLD from New York City. Follow Emily on Twitter @emzleb.

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