By Laura Philomin SINGAPORE (Reuters) - "God is here, God is here," croons Singapore church official Sun Ho as she struts across a neon-lit stage and thousands of people in the congregation pump their hands and sing along. Kong Hee, the church's founding pastor and Sun Ho's husband, then takes the stage. Welcome to one of Asia's most profitable churches: Singapore's City Harvest. With a "prosperity gospel" that blends the spiritual and the material, City Harvest and other Pentecostal megachurches in the wealthy Asian city-state have perfected a popular and lucrative model.
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