Thomas Hunter began his career in athletics, first as a player and then as a coach. Through the calling of the Holy Spirit, Thomas followed God into a career in Community Relations for the Davidson County Sheriff's Office as well as pastoring Nehemiah Missionary Baptist Church in Nashville. Through his multi-vocational ministry, Thomas Hunter has touched countless lives around Nashville.
In the 12th episode of the Bible Connection podcast, Thomas shares with us how important it is to be involved with your community. The church is designed to reach out and touch the hurting and the broken, no matter how difficult that is. Thomas shares how God has given him a deep love for his neighbor. He also shares how he is always open to meeting with anyone and cherishes the opportunity to cross bridges and see others as sons and daughters of God.
The second greatest commandment is to love your neighbor as yourself. Thomas Hunter shares how his church and his ministry are trying to obey that commandment. He shares how the living, breathing Word of God is essential to reach the broken.
Davidson County Sheriff’s Office website
Nehemiah Missional Baptist Church website
Gotham Leadership Training page
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