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November 09, 2015
Pastor Raymond Bell, 56, makes a joke during his sermon at the Cowboy Church at the Mount Crawford Ruritan...
MOUNT CRAWFORD, multiple countries
Pastor Bell makes a joke during his sermon at the Cowboy Church in Mount Crawford
Pastor Raymond Bell, 56, makes a joke during his sermon at the Cowboy Church at the Mount Crawford Ruritan Club in Mount Crawford, United States, August 11, 2015. Bell has been leading the Cowboy Church for 11 years. He says that the church operates according to five principals, the church is non-denominational, there is no dress code, no membership, no offerings are collected during the service and is held in non-traditional settings. In the Bible Belt of southern U.S. states, Kentucky and Georgia among them, church and religion are ever present, from well-attended services to prayer groups and choirs. Crosses hang from necklaces and prayers are said before meals and Little League baseball sessions. Even so, Americans as a whole are becoming less religious, judging by such markers as church attendance, prayer and belief in God, according to a recent poll by Pew Research Center. Picture taken August 11, 2015. REUTERS/Brittany Greeson TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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