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"Churches already have the capacity to help members flourish in all aspects of life," Carter said. "This is Human Needs Ministry not a Special Needs Ministry." Jobs, homes, friends, a way to contribute and share gifts—this is "quite ordinary, not special," Carter said. "Let’s look at what we all share in common."

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