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Ted Haggard.

Former evangelical leader Ted Haggard, who left ministry after being caught in a sex and drug scandal, started a prayer meeting in his Colorado home Nov. 12 as a sign of his "resurrection" but not necessarily of a new church. About 100 people showed up for the first meeting. In a story about the meeting, Denver TV station KUSA asked the former evangelical leader and megachurch pastor whether he still has homosexual thoughts. "Once in a while I'll have a thought. But I never have a temptation," he replied.

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