New Beginnings Church, an evangelical ministry in Warsaw, Ohio, hosts weekly services, but the ministry’s efforts don't stop at the door. Members of New Beginnings prosthelytize in front of a Planned Parenthood clinic and a strip club on a weekly basis.


The following images represent a glimpse of life as a member of New Beginnings.

New Beginnings churchgoers praise God and offer prayer during a Sunday worship service.

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Rick Miller prays arm-over-arm with other men of the church. Miller adopted evangelicalism relatively late in his life. "I used to do real bad stuff,” he said. “If you told me I'd be doing this 20 years ago, I'd have asked what kinds of drugs I'd be taking"

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A child stands in New Beginnings' basement Sunday school while pastor Bill Dunfee, preaches to parents and older childr
en on the first floor.

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Carl Barber, left, and Rick Miller stand in prayer in front of the Planned Parenthood clinic.

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Carl confronts a passerby outside the clinic.

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Rick helps other church members mount protest signs on the church van used to protest outside The Fox Hole strip club.

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Fox Hole owner, Thomas George, steps out of his strip club, The Fox Hole, to a crowd of New Beginnings members on a Friday night. Church members have been gathering outside the club every week for over 13 years in an attempt to shame patrons and constrict George's revenue. Courts ordered that demonstrators from the church must stand behind the club's property line or face trespassing citations.

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Pastor Bill Dunfee of New Beginnings reads his Bible atop "The War Wagon" around 11:00 p.m. after a long night of demonstration outside The Fox Hole.

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