Bad economy draws bigger crowds to churches

Pastors nationwide say they've seen a burst of new interest. Congregations large and small are adding programs of practical advice for people in fiscal straits.

Some ministers have, for the moment, jettisoned standard sermons on marriage and the Beatitudes to preach instead about the theological meaning of the downturn.

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