Faith Healing

A Southwest Philadelphia pastor incorporates HIV/AIDS into his ministry.

By Kia Gregory
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By the end of year Ford wants the church to have its own HIV/AIDS ministry, with church members trained in counseling and testing, in an effort to teach more people.

"The church should be a place where people feel comfortable and safe," Ford says. "And that's what we're here to do—to be a place of refuge across all of life's issues."

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Kia Gregory (kgregory@philadelphiaweekly.com) writes the 'Round About column.

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