Thousands Of Maine Women Flock To Lewiston Bible Study Convention To Pray For More Fudge

Living Proof Live Convention in Lewiston, MaineLEWISTON — By 6:30 p.m., the line of cars waiting to get into the Androscoggin Bank Colisee parking lot was backed up seven blocks, all the way to the corner of Birch and Bates streets. And it was still half an hour before the main event was scheduled to start. The drivers and passengers, plus hundreds more who had already made their way to the Colisee — almost all women — were attending Living Proof Live, a religious event that mixes Bible study with prayer and live music. The two-day seminar was scheduled to run Friday and Saturday. Thousands of attendees were already forming long lines outside the Colisee before the doors were opened at 6 p.m. And they kept coming. In all, about 4,000 people attended Friday’s event, according to coordinator Betsy Langmade. (read more at Lewiston Sun Journal)

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