Love thy Neighbor (Part 2)

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On a tragic day two years ago, the community of Boise Idaho was rocked to their core after a horrific knife attack by a homeless man. It was the birthday party of a little 3-year-old migrant girl. Yesterday, Bram spoke with Pastor Glenn Compton, of First Baptist Church in Boise, taking an in-depth look at the ways God is using him and his team to minister to the refugee community and the community at large in the wake of this unimaginable tragedy. Today, Bram talks with Pastor Glenn’s wife Lanie, and a member of her team, Brittany Mars, about how God made a way for these two Godly women to… Read More

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Love thy Neighbor (Part 1)

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On a shocking day in 2018, the community of Boise Idaho was rocked to their core after a horrific knife attack by a homeless man. It was the birthday party of a little 3-year-old migrant girl. Upon hearing the news, Pastor Glenn Compton of First Baptist Church in Boise sprang into action. By mobilizing his team, he was able to minister to the local migrant community, and the community at large, by meeting both their practical and spiritual needs. This story about how the people of Boise rallied around the victims of this senseless attack, offers a powerful example of what it means to truly love your neighbor. [Encore Presentation]

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Love thy Neighbor (Part 2)

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Just days ago, the community of Boise Idaho was rocked to their core after a horrific knife attack by a homeless man at the birthday party of a little 3-year-old migrant girl. Yesterday, Bram spoke with Pastor Glenn Compton, of First Baptist Church in Boise, taking an in depth look at the ways God is using him and his team to minister to the refugee community and the community at large in the wake of this unimaginable tragedy. Today, Bram talks with Pastor Glenn’s wife Lanie, and a member of her team, Brittany Mars, about how God is making a way for these two Godly women to be of service… Read More

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Love thy Neighbor (Part 1)

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Just days ago, the community of Boise Idaho was rocked to their core after a horrific knife attack by a homeless man at the birthday party of a little 3-year-old migrant girl. Upon hearing the news Pastor Glenn Compton, of First Baptist Church in Boise, sprang into action. By mobilizing his team, he has been able to minister to the local migrant community, and the community at large, by meeting both their practical and spiritual needs. This story about how the people of Boise have rallied around the victims of this senseless attack, offers a powerful example of what it means to truly love your neighbor.

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