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In Sri Lanka, Healing and Paranoia as Aid Flows

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In Sri Lanka, Healing and Paranoia as Aid Flows

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In Sri Lanka, Healing and Paranoia as Aid Flows

In Sri Lanka, Healing and Paranoia as Aid Flows

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A Missouri pastor who has spent the last year in Sri Lanka trying to spread Christianity, until the tsunami happened over this past Christmas weekend. Villages originally did not receive him well, but since the tsunami, as he helps to recover, he's also been developing a new relationship with the village.

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