Doug Taylor of Lewiston became a Pentecostal after alcohol and crime nearly ende
Doug Taylor of Lewiston became a Pentecostal after alcohol and crime nearly ended his marriage with his wife, Sonia. The couple moved from the suburbs to the gritty inner city, where they and their four children, Elizabeth, Danielle, Japheth, and Kaitlyn, are involved in Doug's mission. He has a Jesus Party for kids every Friday night and a Health and Hygiene Class every Saturday morning. Doug visits members and is an activist for numerous causes, many of which create enemies, such as destroying the Harry Potter books, which he says are about sorcery. His children talk about wanting to be a "normal" family and wish their father could spend more time with them. Doug Taylor works two jobs and Sonia also works to support the mission.
Pentecostalism, Lewiston, Conversion
Huber, Bridget and Knowles, Amber, "Doug Taylor of Lewiston became a Pentecostal after alcohol and crime nearly ende" (2007). Maine News Index – Salt. 392.
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