Pastor Charlie Burnett, second from left, of Harmony Heights Baptist Church in Joplin, Mo., spoke to his parishoners in a bible study class at the Bethel Assembly of God Church in south Joplin, the temporary home of the Harmony heights congregation after the May 22nd tornado destroyed their church. Burnett, who is blind, rode out the May 22nd tornado with his parishoners during a service. Three members of the church were killed inside the church. DAVID EULITT/The Kansas City Star
Pastor Charlie Burnett, second from left, of Harmony Heights Baptist Church in Joplin, Mo., spoke to his parishoners in a bible study class at the Bethel Assembly of God Church in south Joplin, the temporary home of the Harmony heights congregation after the May 22nd tornado destroyed their church. Burnett, who is blind, rode out the May 22nd tornado with his parishoners during a service. Three members of the church were killed inside the church. DAVID EULITT/The Kansas City Star The Kansas City Star
Pastor Charlie Burnett, second from left, of Harmony Heights Baptist Church in Joplin, Mo., spoke to his parishoners in a bible study class at the Bethel Assembly of God Church in south Joplin, the temporary home of the Harmony heights congregation after the May 22nd tornado destroyed their church. Burnett, who is blind, rode out the May 22nd tornado with his parishoners during a service. Three members of the church were killed inside the church. DAVID EULITT/The Kansas City Star The Kansas City Star