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Firebombing Destroys Michigan Church’s Food Pantry; Pastor Decries ‘Pure Evil’

A church food pantry storing non-perishable items for a ministry serving the poor has been firebombed in what the pastor describes as an act of “pure evil.”

Pastor Curtiss Ostosh of the Detroit-area Harvest Time Christian Fellowship in Warren, Michigan, announced on Facebook Sunday that someone “firebombed” or “set on fire” the church’s food storage container holding “countless tons” of food distributed daily to those in need throughout Warren.

He lamented that the firebombing caused thousands of dollars in damage and resulted in a “total loss.”

“We serve more than 1,500 Families Monthly! Pure Evil!!!” he added.

Keep reading this article on The Christian Post.

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