Nashua church throws a summer block party
But they're also going full throttle with their current resources, volunteers and friends and that allows them to do a lot of reaching out to people in need.
And what the Borens understand most is that life is difficult and people need support and understanding. They feel they can help people tap into some of that support from God by reading the Bible.
"I went to another church but I never found my place there," he said. "When I came here, I felt like I was home."
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