The religious meeting market is often said to be recession-proof. Now it appears to be terrorism-proof, too. Planners across the country say that they are considering changes, especially regarding security, but that meeting attendance is unlikely to be affected in 2002 by the attacks against the United States. “Individuals are being cautious, but they're going forward, and we're not seeing any decreases in attendance,” says Mike Baker, director of communications for Church of God ...

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