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Burned duplex was a place of hope

When fire gutted a duplex at 8th and Hickory Street Monday afternoon, it destroyed more than a building.
The duplex, owned by Mark and Laura Williams, had become a place for men and women to continue their spiritual journey with Prodigal Ministries of Kansas. The ministry already offered The Prodigal Son, a transitional living and emergency shelter for men. More recently, the Williamses made their rental property available to people who had gotten past the need for emergency shelter, but who wanted to stay and continue in the ministry.
Mark Williams said many would be surprised to see the “face ...


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