Photographer expected to return to work this month
By Denyse Clark
Thursday, January 2, 2014 at 5:11 pm
Prayer changes things.
If you don’t believe it, just ask Aaron Morrison, the Rev. Dr. Kyle Sims, their friends and the faith community in Lancaster County.
Morrison, staff photographer for The Lancaster News, was comatose following a serious car accident on July 15 when he was rear-ended by a drunken driver while returning home from a movie in Charlotte.
Sims, pastor of First ARP Church, held a community prayer service July 19 on Morrison’s behalf.
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