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| Posted: June 22, 2014
When God opens our eyes to see the hurting the way He sees them, we discover a desire to love in new and wonderful ways that make others aware and take action. That is exactly what happened to Advocate Bonita Garrabrant of Hot Springs, Arkansas. Whether she is speaking up for children in poverty with Compassion or serving the homeless in her community, others are taking notice. She was recently featured on her local television station as a town hero. Take a look!
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