The Rev. Willie Lyle rests along a curb in downtown Clarksville. The Sango United Methodist Church pastor went undercover living on the streets for a week.
The Rev. Willie Lyle rests along a curb in downtown Clarksville. The Sango United Methodist Church pastor went undercover living on the streets for a week.
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published Monday, July 1st, 2013
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CLARKSVILLE, TENN. — A pastor telling his or her congregation to love others and look out for the welfare of those less fortunate is not a major sermon. It’s said every Sunday from the pulpit by preachers, pastors and ministers all across America. But has it been said so often that people have quit listening or tuned out the message of “living like Jesus?”

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