BELLEVUE, Iowa (AP) – Candy Sinar opened the door to her family’s RV and walked inside.
His gaze lingered on the compact kitchen area with its restaurant-style cabin. Wooden signs with Bible verses and uplifting quotes adorned the walls, and colorful magnets from various American cities lined the refrigerator.
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