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      South Bend church targeted by masked man shows resilience

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      A South Bend church that was targeted by a masked gunman continues to show its resilience this weekend.

      It's been about a week and a half since a gunman opened fire at the Kingdom Christian Center as a musician was practicing inside.

      This weekend members of the congregation are collecting donations to fill a 50 foot truck with items for Goodwill.

      "We were able to take a tragedy and turn it into a triumph because we believe there are still some great things still ahead for this neighborhood," Pastor Canneth Lee said.

      If the church fills the truck Goodwill will give them $1,000 that will go toward replacing things damaged in the shooting--and the money will help the church to install security cameras.

      Kingdom Christian Center will be collecting donations again Monday from about 1 to 2 in the afternoon.

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