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Bonus Sunday Post!

"It looks like giving a voice to those who don't have a voice. It looks like standing engaged in justice and working to proclaim the truth. It's...what gets me out of bed in the morning."

YOUR HOPE from blaine hogan on Vimeo.

Mars Hill Graduate School responds to the question, "What if you truly loved your neighbor as yourself?"

And now that you've watched that, watch this:

Human Trafficking Film, from Hope for Justice from Simon Dempsey on Vimeo.

Think about it: If we radically love our neighbors, and if we start in our churches, we can change the world.


  1. Thank you so much for posting the MHGS video. Such an amazing place!

  2. Hey Blaine!

    One of my friends showed me that video ages ago, and it's one that I go back to a lot when I need to be reminded of what it means to love one's neighbor. I don't know if you caught the purpose of this whole blog, but the point of posting that is that it reinforces what I'm doing in traveling to India with Faceless International - learning how to engage those hurting in the world and learning how to love them fully.

    Feel free to share this with your friends, click around on the site, and see what writing I've done on the subject of human trafficking and the problems that face us when it comes to loving our neighbors. If you feel like donating, feel free to use the PayPal link in the sidebar!



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