It was just before 3 a.m. when
Ruth and Shady Abadir walked through the double doors that lead into the
thumping heart of the International House of Prayer.
Outside, the rolling suburbs of south Kansas City slumbered beneath a
moonless sky, the roads empty except for the occasional deer. Inside,
more than 100 people worshiped to the sound of an 11-member Christian
rock band, fulfilling a commitment to keep prayer going 24 hours a day.
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