Miller's Mission continues at the Nampa Wal Mart on Garrity and Franklin Boulevard.  Several leaders in the local business community stopped by to encourage folks to donate as well as deliver their own donations.  Kevin Miller was joined by members of the City Light Home for Women and Children and the Valley Home for Women and Children.  The ladies shared their stories of transformation and struggle.  Kevin Miller took the opportunity to ask the Treasure Valley to continue to bring their pennies to the Wal Mart.

Audrey, an intern from the New Life Program, described how finding Jesus Christ has saved her life.  The recovery programs are a crucial part of the rehabilitative process at the Boise Rescue Mission.  The programs have been changing Treasure Valley for many years.

Since 1996, Boise Rescue Mission Ministries has helped more than 328 men and women end their addictions and gain the tools they need to stay addiction-free. This 12 to 24 month addiction recovery program provides discipleship, accountability and a Bible-based curriculum designed to help participants learn to live clean and sober, giving them the opportunity to become productive, self-sufficient members of the community.

It's the Mission's hope that each graduate of the New Life Program will go on to build a more productive, successful life.

Boise Rescue Mission Ministries offers our drug and alcohol discipleship recovery program to our neighbors in Boise, Nampa and surrounding areas in Southwestern Idaho.

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