(Worthy News) - The evangelical church in Puerto Rico won’t be the same after Hurricane Maria.
Even congregations that have resumed their regular gatherings after repairing buildings and regaining power are still missing a major part of church life: some of their members.
An estimated 400,000 of the island’s more than 3 million residents have left the US territory for the mainland since the record-setting September storm. Like every other aspect of Puerto Rican life, church attendance has taken a hit. [ Source: Christianity Today (Read More...) ]
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