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Members of the Christian rap band "Lil Prophet" perform Friday on the Sonshine indoor stage. Tribune photo by Ron Adams

Rap music, social networking give young adults new ways to express their faith

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WILLMAR -- From rap music to social networking, young people at Sonshine are finding new, fresh ways to express their Christian faith.

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Friday, a number of hip hop, heavy metal and rap bands performed on the festival's indoor stages. These bands had Sonshiners headbanging, praying with their fists in the air and "making some noise for Jesus."

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Ashley White

Ashley White is the community content coordinator for the West Central Tribune. Follow her on Twitter @Ashley_WCT.


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