How Redding Became an Unlikely Epicenter of Modern Christian Culture
People don't think of California as a particularly religious place... but maybe we should. We've got more mega-churches than any other state. Pentecostalism was born here. And today, one small, Northern California city has become an unlikely global epicenter of Christian culture. As part of our "California Dream" collaboration, KQED's Vanessa Rancano reports.