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Inaugural Service
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Hagan Temple and Miracle Temple GDI invites you to attend the Inaugural Service of Bishop James and Lady Julie Hagan, as they receive their International Appointment as "Ambassadors of the State" for the Firstsfruits Worldwide Prayer and Praise Convention, with their Special Guest, the one and only, Dr. Vernard Johnson from Kansas City, Kansas. Friday night, April 13th, 7:30p.m. at Hagan Temple Church, 954 Firetower Road in Hagan, Georgia. You can't afford to miss this.


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