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Palin's former church swamped with Web hits

Sarah Palin's former church Wasilla Assembly of God's Web site is being swamped since the Alaska governor was announced as John McCain's pick.

Here's what happens when you go to the Web site:

WasillaAG.net was never intended to handle the traffic it has received in the last few days.

Due to technical limitations, WasillaAG.net will be unavailable for the immediate future.

Thank you for your visit.

Official Statement Concerning Governor Palin

Governor Sarah Palin did attend Wasilla Assembly of God since the time she was a teen ager. She and her family were a part of the church up until 2002. Since that time she has maintained a friendship with Wasilla Assembly of God and has attended various conferences and special meetings here. This June, the Governor spoke at the graduation service of our School of Ministry, Master's Commission Wasilla Alaska.

We have had some inquires into Governor Palin's beliefs. We do know that Gov Palin is a woman of integrity. She is a servant of the people, she is a strong leader. As for her personal beliefs, Governor Palin is well able to speak for herself on those issues.

As Alaskans we are excited about our Governor being selected as the nominee for Vice President. As residents of Wasilla, we are ecstatic about one of our own being thrust to the national forefront. However, as a church, it is not appropriate for us to endorse any one candidate over another. As believers, we are reminded in 2 Peter 2.13 that we are to submit to those in authority. 1 Timothy 2.1-2 tells us pray for those in authority. This we will do no matter who is elected. We wish the best to Governor Palin, and Senator McCain, as well as to Senator Obama and Senator Biden.

May God continue to bless America.

(h/t, Jeffrey Weiss, Dallas Morning News)

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Posted:September 3, 2008 at 4:15PM
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