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Soto imagined bringing religion directly to the people by offering sermons or bible study in unusual places, like backwater towns, Cross Fit gyms, campgrounds, and bars.

That November, Soto convinced his wife, Kari, to join him on his mission.

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When Soto entered, he found a virtual world that was practically empty: just a few avatars attending quiz shows or cheesy comedy performances. In the months since he’d quit his job as a pastor at a branch of his local megachurch in Reading, Pennsylvania, Soto had been looking for a way to create a radically inclusive church.

After all, he had embarked on a career in ministry to introduce as many people as possible to God’s love.

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