TULSA, Okla. (BP) -- A church that started with no home now offers a home and hope to people of all backgrounds, economic statuses and life situations.
Earl Krumsiek, pastor of Hope Church, states, "We always say here at Hope, we love people where they are, we don't leave them where they are."
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