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Demon Be Gone: Kirk Cameron Saves First Baptist Dallas From the "Seaver Fever"

So, right. Like I said, Kirk Cameron was in town Sunday, and the Growing Pains star preached to three separate services at First Baptist Dallas -- which, frankly, just sounds exhausting. A video's just been posted from the third service, and as soon as I hit the part about some of the ladies in the audience suffering from "Seaver Fever" at around the 2:20 mark, well, I knew I had to spread The Word.

A Message of Hope from Actor Kirk Cameron from First Dallas on Vimeo.

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