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Flight Attendant Goes Viral Sitting With Frightened Passenger: “He explained every sound and bump”

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He Was Put in a Shoebox and Left at a Firehouse. Now He’s Got a Forever Family

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Elmo Asks the Internet a Simple Question, Gets Flooded With Mental Health Struggles and Everyday Trauma

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WATCH: Alabama Sam’s Club Erupts Into Bone-Chilling Worship Service

When it comes to the social climate of our country these days, it can often feel like the only place “appropriate” enough to talk about Jesus is inside of a church.

The fact of the matter is that the church is not a building at all, but a body of believers.

A viral video posted on Facebook is proving that praising the Lord and sharing the Gospel with others isn’t limited to four church walls. In fact, it doesn’t have to happen inside of a church at all!

While walking the aisles at her local Dothan, Alabama, Sam’s Club, Michelle Holland Connor pulled out her phone along with dozens of other patrons to capture the moment when a full store of shoppers erupted in worship singing “My God Is Awesome.”

It all started when a shopper took to a keyboard display with her musical talents. The piano attracted shoppers from all over the store, where they gathered around the keys and joined her in praise!

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“Sometimes you need a little church,” Michelle writes with her video. “Even if it’s in Sam’s Club.” 

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