As interest in spiritism grows in the United States, Christians who understand God’s supernatural power are challenging the darkness.
Satellite TV dishes are one of the few visible modern concessions in Cassadaga, a charming Victorian oasis tucked away in the heart of central Florida's booming tourist industry.
But it's old-time fascination that draws thousands of visitors a year away from the well-beaten tracks of the beaches and theme parks to this quaint village north of Orlando. Although residents use the latest technology to keep in touch with what's going on in this world, they employ historic arts to tune in to the next one.
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When the Pentecostal movement began, americans were concerned about corporate greed, fuel prices, an earthquake that destroyed a major u.s. city and a tidal wave that killed 2,500 in florida.