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Lepelley couple of Open Air Holiness Ministries preach at Goshen College, students protest

A couple from the Texas ministry stopped by the campus today to warn students to repent for sins. A group quickly formed to sing hymns over the couple's preachings.

Posted on April 24, 2014 at 3:42 p.m.

Goshen College students responded Thursday to a couple preaching "about hellfire that sinners face if they don't repent" by singing hymns to them.

Chris and Catherine LePelley, who are members of Open Air Holiness Ministries in Henderson, Texas, apparently regularly visit college campuses to preach to students.

What do you think of the students' response?




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