Love Your Neighbor by Charles Porter

“Love your neighbor” was first spoken to a small band of nomads in the desert. Jesus later re-emphasized it to a small nation under the boot of oppressive occupation. In this context, “love your neighbor as yourself” comes across as a call for solidarity.

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A Mobile Church Following The Movement Of The Spirit by Charles Porter

In our interactions we found that children going hungry was a real present issue with between 80%-90% of the student population coming from impoverished situations.  As we learned the culture we learned about the ‘eviction flip’ that happens every February as almost 1/3 of the school population changes over due to their families being kicked out of their homes. 

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