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Center of Praise Ministries Pastor Joseph Sissac plans to raffle a the vehicle he won by hitting a half court shot at a recent Sacramento Kings game. Sissac credits the improbable shot to a higher power. “I don’t believe that this was my skill that make this happen,” he said. “I think God had his hand on it.” Video by Ed Fletcher. Additional video from the Sacramento Kings. Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee
Center of Praise Ministries Pastor Joseph Sissac plans to raffle a the vehicle he won by hitting a half court shot at a recent Sacramento Kings game. Sissac credits the improbable shot to a higher power. “I don’t believe that this was my skill that make this happen,” he said. “I think God had his hand on it.” Video by Ed Fletcher. Additional video from the Sacramento Kings. Ed Fletcher The Sacramento Bee

Sacramento pastor who hit half court shot to raffle car for charity

April 12, 2016 05:24 PM

UPDATED April 13, 2016 07:21 AM

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