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This pastor's table in the church's fellowship hall was left undisturbed, despite the entire wall a few feet away completely ripped away. The napkins and plastic pedals on the centerpiece did not move. "That's God; it's truly amazing," said Gail Hall, 45, a lifelong member of the 50-member church. Hall lives less than a mile from the church and her home was not damaged. The church is located on Point Wanita Lake Road off Highway 80 in Chunky. iPhone photos by Fredie Carmichael/The Meridian Star

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