Cuban faithful leave the Evangelical Church of Canaan in Miller near Santa Clara central Cuba in 2003. The small church that American pastor Paul Northrup planted in central Cuba more than 50 years ago has grown and thrived since he left in 1959, becoming a small part of a broad movement that Cuban evangelicals have built across their socialist nation.
Cuban faithful leave the Evangelical Church of Canaan in Miller near Santa Clara central Cuba in 2003. The small church that American pastor Paul Northrup planted in central Cuba more than 50 years ago has grown and thrived since he left in 1959, becoming a small part of a broad movement that Cuban evangelicals have built across their socialist nation. AP File / 2003
Cuban faithful leave the Evangelical Church of Canaan in Miller near Santa Clara central Cuba in 2003. The small church that American pastor Paul Northrup planted in central Cuba more than 50 years ago has grown and thrived since he left in 1959, becoming a small part of a broad movement that Cuban evangelicals have built across their socialist nation. AP File / 2003

Gay marriage does not fit in a Communist country, Cuban Evangelicals say

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