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PeterSteele111
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Have yall heard about the Gospel magic Shop that opened in gatlinburg, Tennessee? It's supposed to be the world's first all gospel magic shop only. I know Duane Laughlin has been through the shop but has anyone else gone yet? I know the website for it is EmeraldCityMinistries.org but I was curious if anyone else had heard of it? If So what do yall think about it and will it last?
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Looks interesting - the site seems to have items created by the owners... do you know if there are plans to expand the line?
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Expand in what capacity? To stage or to more everyday items like silks and such?
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Perhaps to include others' work such as Laflin, Barry Mitchell, Dock Haley, etc?
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bowers
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Sound's great but wondering if it
can survive on gospel magic along.
Todd
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I'm not so sure. I looked at their catalog and the items seem to be overpriced. $9 for Professor's Nightmare? I know he has his own packaging, but really...not sure it's going to fly. Also there are a few tricks that raised an eyebrow..."Gospel Rope, Knot, & Nut"? and then describes Giovanni's routine. There are others.

Finally, if real Brick and Mortars can't make it, I'm doubtful that this can, even in the Bible Belt.
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Hhmm.. I wish they would show videos of "performing" the trick... I like the magicgeek website so that I can see if the trick visually appeals to me..
Maybe I'll drop them a note and suggest this.. Then you would get the jest of the gospel message..
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On Apr 19, 2014, bowers wrote:
Sound's great but wondering if it
can survive on gospel magic along.
Todd



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I have personally visited the shop. I enjoyed the shop but I don't perform gospel magic. I do not think it will be a shop directed towards magicians, but rather directed towards Sunday school teachers, VBS directors, and children ministry pastors.
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