Couple turns hotel loss into blessing for community
A Christian couple in Liverpool whose hotel business was left crippled after they were arrested for criticising Islam, have told a US news channel of their exciting new plans to use the hotel to help the community.
Many considered the arrest to be unfounded. The court dismissed the case after a judge questioned the character of the Muslim convert who brought the complaint.
Still, in the aftermath of the Muslim woman’s attack on free speech the couple’s business was destroyed.
The couple has now told CBN of how they bounced back from their loss to start a new non-profit making business designed to provide a host of valuable services to their local community.
The Bounty House TLC Centre now provides a range of services including rehabilitation for former soldiers, arts and crafts lessons for the elderly, help and advice for families, and life skills courses.