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Inside The Megachurch Accused Of Closing Its Doors During Harvey

Wednesday - 30/08/2017 10:39
“These are haters,”

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HOUSTON — A spokesman for Houston’s enormous Lakewood Church, which waited days before offering to shelter flood victims, has a message for those who criticized the delay. 

“These are haters,” Donald Iloff Jr., the church chief communications director, told HuffPost on Tuesday. “Haters gonna hate.”

Volunteers take donations at the Lakewood Church in Houston.  (Joseph Rushmore for HuffPost)
Volunteers take donations at the Lakewood Church in Houston.  (Joseph Rushmore for HuffPost)

The church, stomping ground of celebrity televangelist Joel Osteen, started catching flack on social media Monday for not offering its 606,000-square-foot sanctuary as a refuge for people displaced by Tropical Storm Harvey’s massive flooding.

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