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A former club becomes a sanctuary

By Matt Caulder
Published in News on July 8, 2014 1:46 PM

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Gary Strozier looks at his wife, Alaine, while talking about moving into their church's new location on Monday. Gary, who retired from the Air Force, started Kadosh Life Ministries in a building at 1807 E. Ash St.

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Church members have written Scripture on the floor. The words will eventually be painted over, but the messages will remain a part of the church.

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Nate Alston uses a saw to cut boards while constructing walls inside the warehouse at the corner of Corporate Drive and Clingman Street that will house Kadosh Life Ministries.

New tenants are bringing a new spirit into a former club on Corporate Drive in Goldsboro once known for shootings, stabbings and even a murder. Gary Strozier and his wife, Alaine, with the help of many volunteers, are building...

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