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Micah Joel Gowan (June 20, 1995 – September 7, 2090) passes away at the age of 95. Micah leaves behind his wife Taylor Campbell Gowan, his daughter Briley Grace Gowan, son Zeke Cole Gowan, and sisters Gabrielle Lynn Gowan, Brooklyn Love Gowan, and London Reese Gowan. Micah has accomplished many things in his lifetime. One of his biggest achievements is starting Awaken Church in Mobile, Alabama. He pastored there for 20 years and attended the church upon his death. He was a loving father and husband. Micah wrote 3 books in his lifetime. The first thing that comes to mind when thinking about Micah is his integrity. After writing his first book he stopped taking a salary from the church and lived off of the money from his books sales. Two of

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