Woman With No Legs Told By Doctors To Abort Her Baby...But She Chose Life And God Provided a Miracle!
Rosemary Siggins is the smallest mother in the world, a height of just 2 feet, 6 inches tall. She is a true medical miracle and inspiration for anyone who feels life is a struggle. She defied doctors when she becomes the world's smallest mother, and you have to see how!
This New Son Lux Music Video Is Incredible
Son Lux has released the video for his song “Change Is Everything,” and it rivals OK Go in its creativity and meticulousness. Shot by The Made Shop, the video uses only a foam board and push pins to create the incredible stop animation effect. Director Nathan Johnson told NPR, “I've always been attracted to art that uses very simple materials in its execution. I love the 'lots of something little' approach. I guess, partly, because it means that you can use everyday materials that everybody has access to, which feels really accomplishable.” The video proves you don’t need a big budget and fancy equipment to make truly memorable films ...
13 TV Shows to Watch This Summer
Shows that will keep you binge watching all summer long.
American Idol XIV Finalist Tyanna Jones Details Finding Her Own Relationship With God, Struggles With Anxiety (Exclusive)
She had her doubts about surviving the competition created to find the best voices in the country, but at just 16, Tyanna is officially leaving the 'American Idol' competition with a renewed sense of faith.
Rick Santorum on Bruce Jenner: 'If He Says He's a Woman, He's a Woman'
Conservative culture warrior and possible 2016 Republican candidate for president, Rick Santorum, surprisingly agreed with a controversial confession made by American sports-icon-turned-reality-star Bruce Jenner last month that he is "a woman."
Biologist Ann Gauger on How Life Is Sculpted by Death
Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.
What This Pastor Does for This Single Mom Will Lift Your Spirit Up High!
This staff sergeant mom, Dalynda, has served her country in the Air Force for several years while being a single mom to two young children. When it comes to leaving her children somewhere while she goes off to work, it gets real difficult. Until one day, a pastor did something to change her life.
Instead of Ignoring A Homeless Woman, This Kind Man Builds Her A Home
An incredible idea, which all started with a simple friendship is now an act of kindness that is touching everyone's heart. Elvis Summers saw one elderly lady sleeping in dirt each day and instead of watching, decided to do something about it. This man builds her a shelter that is safe to sleep in every night!
Understanding Cardiovascular Function: How Water Is Distributed in the Body
Evolution News and Views (ENV) provides original reporting and analysis about the debate over intelligent design and evolution.
Pope Francis is Now an Honorary Member of the Harlem Globetrotters
If you’ve ever wanted to see the pope spinning a basketball on his finger, you’re in luck. During Pope Francis’ general audience in St. Peter’s Square today, he met with the Harlem Globetrotters, who presented him with a personalized Globetrotters jersey (No. 90, the number of years the team has been around), taught him a few basketball tricks and even jokingly invited him to come play in their next game. One can only hope that a video of the pope slam dunking will emerge in the near future ...
How Pride Poisons the Soul
The word hate is an unpleasant one that we typically instruct our children to avoid. It’s vicious, venomous, and destructive. When we experience “hatred” it usually means we loathe certain things, we seek to avoid them, we desire to destroy them, we speak ill of them, and we vote against them. We do everything possible to forget them. Hatred in the heart of God is righteous hatred, pure, unalloyed, unmitigated disgust and revulsion. For something to be an “abomination” to God means that it is a stench in his nostrils. Such is what God feels about pride: he hates it; it is an utter abomination.
8 Things Christians Must Understand About Our Cultural Moment [Podcast] | Think Christianly
Jonathan Morrow (D.Min.) is the founder of Think Christianly (thinkChristianly.org). He speaks nationally on worldview, apologetics, and culture and is passionate about seeing a new generation understand what they believe, why they believe it and why it matters in life. Jonathan is the author of Welcome to College, Questioning the Bible, Think Christianly, and Is God Just a Human Invention? Jonathan contributed several articles to the Apologetics Study Bible for Students and has written for Leadership Journal Online (of Christianity Today). He graduated with an M.Div. and an M.A. in philosophy of religion and ethics from Talbot School of Theology at Biola University and served as the equipping pastor for 6 years at Fellowship Bible Church in Murfreesboro, TN before completing his Doctor of Ministry degree in Worldview and Culture. Jonathan is currently Director of Creative Strategies at Impact 360 Institute (impact360.
PM: I'll be praying for a win – Premier Premier
The Prime Minister has said he will be "praying in all sorts of different ways" tonight before polls open for Thursday's general election.
The Christian Worldview Grounds Human Dignity - Stand to Reason Blog
But really, Christianity's invention of children — that is, its invention of the cultural idea of children as treasured human beings — was really an outgrowth of its most stupendous and revolutionary idea: the radical equality, and the infinite value, of every single human being as a beloved child of God. If the God who made heaven and Earth chose to reveal himself, not as an emperor, but as a slave punished on the cross, then no one could claim higher dignity than anyone else on the basis of earthly status.
99.5 KKLA The Intersection of Faith & Reason
Among the migrants from Africa and Asia who are dying in European waters, there is a religious dimension: some of the migrants are Christians, unable to freely practice their faith in their home countries.
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Why Sermons Often Bore
Keller brought this point home with an illustration from early in his ministry. During a meeting with a depressed teenage girl, she responded to the spiritual blessings in her life by saying, “I know that Jesus loves me, but what good is that when not a single boy at school will even look at you?” Keller referenced Jonathan Edwards’s distinction between opinion and knowledge, and suggested that we only truly know abstract truths when they become real to the heart. This transformative “heart knowledge” is the goal of our preaching.
Here's the Best Way to Film the Police in California
By conventional standards, Sanders’s candidacy is absurd: He’s not well known, he doesn’t have big money donors, he’s not charismatic, and by Beltway standards, he’s ideologically extreme. But candidates with these liabilities have caught fire before. Think of Jerry Brown, who despite little funding and an oddball reputation outlasted a series of more conventional candidates to emerge as Bill Clinton’s most serious challenger in 1992. Or Pat Buchanan, who struck terror in the GOP establishment by winning the New Hampshire primary in 1996. Or Howard Dean, who began 2003 in obscurity and ended it as the Democratic frontrunner (before collapsing in the run-up to the Iowa Caucuses). Or Ron Paul, who in 2012 finished second in New Hampshire and came within three points of winning Iowa.
Megachurch Pastor Paula White Weds Rocker Jonathan Cain in Third Marriage
Paula White just got married to Chicago-born rocker Jonathan Cain. He is perhaps best known for his days with the band Journey and Bad English. He wrote the classic Journey song "Don't Stop Believin'" and was part of over a dozen other Journey albums.
8 Questions About Prayer You Were Probably Too Embarrassed to Ask
Have you ever had a question about prayer that seemed so obvious (at least to everyone else) that you were afraid to seek an answer? If so, you’re not alone. At some point in their spiritual journey, every Christian has had questions about prayer. We should never be embarrassed by the sincere questions we have about prayer, though, for they provide us a reason to search the Scripture to gain knowledge about God and to ask knowledgeable believers the questions we have about communicating with God.
Kirsten Powers: 'Safe-space' America dangerous to dissenters
Kirsten Powers: 'Safe-space' America dangerous to dissenters
Accusations of hate speech are so mainstream, they scare or force opponents into silence
Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1Idj9VE
Christians are leaving the faith in droves and the trend isn't slowing down
7. In the United States, Christians will decline from more than three-quarters of the population in 2010 to two-thirds in 2050, and Judaism will no longer be the largest non-Christian religion. Muslims will be more numerous in the U.S. than people who identify as Jewish on the basis of religion.
How to Help the People of Nepal Right Now
So I think one of the biggest things is just don’t forget about them. Continue to donate, continue to pay attention, continue to pray for these people who, in many cases, their whole lives have been changed. Their lives will never be the same. The quick response, the quick donations are hugely helpful, but three months from now, six months from now, a year from now, those prayers and those resources and just being knowledgeable about what’s going on is still going be really helpful.
CNN Promotes Sharia Blasphemy Laws (Alisyn Camerota vs. Pamela Geller)
http://www.answeringmuslims.com Following the recent shooting at a Muhammad cartoon contest in Garland, Texas, media attention has once again focused on Islam and the First Amendment. In a discussion with Pamela Geller, CNN news anchor Alisyn Camerota noted the "fine line" between free speech and provocative speech. She went on to say that there should be a debate about the line between free speech and provocative speech. Apparently, CNN agrees with proponents of Sharia that criticizing Islam is beyond the scope of free speech (despite Camerota's claims to the contrary).
“It is Going to Be an Issue” — Supreme Court Argument on Same-Sex Marriage Puts Religious Liberty in the Crosshairs
Verrilli’s answer puts the nation’s religious institutions, including Christian colleges, schools, and seminaries, on notice. The Chief Justice asked the unavoidable question when he asked specifically about campus housing. If a school cannot define its housing policies on the basis of its religious beliefs, then it is denied the ability to operate on the basis of those beliefs. The “big three” issues for religious schools are the freedoms to maintain admission, hiring, and student services on the basis of religious conviction. By asking about student housing, the Chief Justice asked one of the most practical questions involved in student services. The same principles would apply to the admission of students and the hiring of faculty. All three are now directly threatened. The Solicitor General admitted that these liberties will be “accommodated” or not depending on how states define their laws. And the laws of the states would lose relevance the moment the federal government adopts its own law.
Game-Changer for Bible Reading
But how exactly? How does the Old Testament point to Jesus? In this short video , Bryan Chapell tackles this crucial question for preaching and teaching, as well as everyday Bible reading, explaining that it’s essential to look for not how every text references Jesus, but how “every text reveals the grace of God that culminates in Jesus.”
Protest and Survive, But How?
A s the revolution in the understanding of human identity and its concomitant reordering of the hierarchy of moral goods proceeds apace, the challenge to the Christians in the wider world is obvious: That which has been historically normative in the West (Christianity’s cultural dominance) is being shown to have been theologically exceptional. We are being once more made conscious of what was obvious to first-century Christians: the fundamental difference that exists between the city of man and the city of God. To borrow a phrase from Dean Acheson, we have lost an empire and have yet to find a role. The loss of status is sudden and deep, a shock no doubt to the naive who did not realize that, hey, the world does not like being told that man/woman/trans (delete where applicable) is not the measure of all things. The churchmen, the academics, the Presidents of Christian liberal arts colleges who thought their status would always give them a place at the cultural table are discovering to their horror that those who perhaps simply rolled their eyes at belief in the Resurrection are somewhat less indulgent when it comes to dissent over identity politics.
Kevin DeYoung’s New Book on Homosexuality: A Critical Review (Part 2)
Dr. Sprinkle serves as the Vice President of Eternity Bible College's Boise extension and has authored several books, including the New York Times bestselling Erasing Hell (with Francis Chan; 2011), Fight; A Christian Case for Nonviolence (David C. Cook, 2013), Paul and Judaism Revisited (IVP, 2013), and the recently released Charis: God’s Scandalous Grace for Us (David C. Cook, 2014), and he is currently writing a book on homosexuality for Zondervan, which will be published in Fall 2015. Preston also hosts a daily radio program titled: What Does the Bible Really Say? which can be listened to live online or through the archives page. He also frequently speaks at various venues including college chapels, churches, music festivals, youth camps, family camps, and anywhere else where people desire to hear relevant Bible teaching. If you desire to have Preston speak, you can contact him directly through his website: prestonsprinkle.com.
Why Christians of All People Should Get Their Vaccines
I know the risks of vaccines quite intimately. Even so, I continue to take vaccinations, I ensure that my children get them, and I recommend them to all my patients. Before becoming a family doctor in Baltimore, I studied immunology in medical school, learning how and why vaccines work in order to offer them to my patients. Like all parents—including, of course, those who refuse vaccines—I want what’s best for my children. As I have thought about my own story and studied vaccines, I’ve grown confident in this: The benefits of vaccines are far too great for us to refuse, and the risk of refusing them extends far beyond our own families. This is not just a medical issue, but an issue that touches on our faith and our public witness.
Jeff wears multiple hats. He pastors a church and works full-time in the medical field. After a long night...
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How to See Our Differences as Opportunities
But Jesus himself told us to pray for our enemies. Can you do so? Can you understand that different approaches may be needed in different scenarios, like a counselor exercising discernment and care? Even better, can you admit that we need all the compassionate, courageous, and commissioned Christians we can muster to work together out of respect for God’s gifting and in obedience to Jesus? The magnitude of our challenges today ought to dispel the illusion that any one wing of the divided church can go it alone.
What to Do When You Don’t Feel Like You’re Making a Difference
I was a pastor, which means that I should have had one of the most outward-facing, world-changing jobs of all time. In reality, I spent 50 percent of my time with the staff of the church. The staff was generally all Christian, easy-to-love individuals of above-average means and education. Outside of the staff, I spent about 40 percent of my time with the congregation, that is, the people who I knew who were volunteering or serving in some capacity that I was, as their pastor, equipping to do the work of the church. These folks were known entities and not necessarily in great measures of life-changing need, outside of the occasional pastoral care meeting.
Two Men Quote the Bible From Memory in 24 Hour Marathon to Raise Money for Nepal
Tom Meyer and Jason Nightingale of Wordsowers International will begin their marathon memorized recitation of the Bible at noon Wednesday and conclude at the same time the following day.
I Am Big Bird: The Caroll Spinney Story
Spinney is masterful in his movements, as Big Bird’s body language shows the depth of his pain. But it is his childlike voice, directly from Spinney, that will break your heart. It’s enough to make a viewer weep—and indeed, cast and crew members wept openly when the scene was shot. ( See for yourself . Grab a hankie.)
Truer Knowledge Brings Greater Joy
The only joy that reflects the worth of God and overflows in God-glorifying love is rooted in the true knowledge of God. And to the degree that our knowledge is small or flawed, our joy will be a poor echo of God’s true excellence.
Many Evangelicals Wary of Faith Requirements for Campus Groups
“Because we were no longer allowed to use Vanderbilt's name, we struggled to convey that we were a community of Vanderbilt students who met near campus. So the students decided to write a simple phrase on the shirts: WE ARE HERE,” she wrote. “… And though it is more difficult than it was a few years ago, ministry continues on campus, often on the margins and just outside the gates. God is still beautifully at work. And his mercy is relentless.”
The Search for Meaning: Science & God
In Science & God, author and social critic Os Guinness engages Oxford University Professor of Mathematics John Lennox in a conversation that explores this tension, with calculations that subtract neither God nor science. Lennox looks at both historical and contemporary explanations of the universe, and he uses debate-tested conclusions and simple illustrations to clarify the real issues of this controversy.
Wells report finds that New England Patriots probably deflated balls
"For the reasons described in this Report, and after a comprehensive investigation, we have concluded that, in connection with the AFC Championship Game, it is more probable than not that New England Patriots personnel participated in violations of the Playing Rules and were involved in a deliberate effort to circumvent the rules," the report said. "In particular, we have concluded that it is more probable than not that Jim McNally [the Officials Locker Room attendant for the Patriots] and John Jastremski [an equipment assistant for the Patriots] participated in a deliberate effort to release air from Patriots game balls after the balls were examined by the referee. Based on the evidence, it also is our view that it is more probable than not that Tom Brady [the quarterback for the Patriots] was at least generally aware of the inappropriate activities of McNally and Jastremski involving the release of air from Patriots game balls."
3 Things True Love Is Not
Sex is not love. For many of us, sex has become the easiest escape from love. Easing all our insecurities and fears into a moment of escape that does nothing to alleviate our pain. No, most likely it only heightens the pain once the deed is done.
The Briefing 05-06-15
1) Pressure for religious groups to conform to culture on sexuality opposes biblical fidelity
We find happiness and comfort in the most insignificant of things. Just like Jonah's joy was a result of a cool breeze and some shade (4:6), we find joy in an air-conditioned home and a widescreen television. Just like Jonah was angered when the sun beat down on his head, we are angered when our comfort is invaded and compromised.
Don Johnson: six reasons why people reject Christianity
You must have often wondered why the enemy [God] does not make more use of his power to be sensibly present to human souls in any degree he chooses and at any moment. But you now see that the irresistible and the indisputable are the two weapons which the very nature of his scheme forbids him to use. Merely to over-ride a human will (as his felt presence in any but the faintest and most mitigated degree would certainly do) would be for him useless. He cannot ravish. He can only woo. For his ignoble idea is to eat the cake and have it; the creatures are to be one with him, but yet themselves; merely to cancel them, or assimilate them, will not serve…. Sooner or later he withdraws, if not in fact, at least from their conscious experience, all supports and incentives. He leaves the creature to stand up on its own legs—to carry out from the will alone duties which have lost all relish…. He cannot “tempt” to virtue as we do to vice. He wants them to learn to walk and must therefore take away his hand…. Our cause is never more in danger than when a human, no longer desiring, but still intending, to do our enemy’s will, looks round upon a universe from which every trace of him seems to have vanished, and asks why he has been forsaken, and still obeys.
Report: 1,580 IRS workers evaded taxes over 10-year period
Nearly 1,600 IRS workers were found to have willfully evaded taxes over a 10-year period, including some who were responsible for enforcing the nation's tax laws, a government watchdog said Wednesday.
Nine Stupid Things I Did as a Pastor - ThomRainer.com
Thanks for the blog and podcasts. They have been both a source of great information and encouragement. I am thankful that I discovered them. I am about to head off to staff meeting and I am going to share these 9 with the other pastors/staff. I’ve been guilty of all nine, but it’s comforting to know that I’m not alone. That is why I am going to share it with them, because most certainly they are feeling alone as they deal, in private, with some of these things.
Read God-Breathed by Josh McDowell
"God said, 'Let there be. . .'" And when God spoke, things happened. Recapture the awe, the mystery, the passion and power of scripture in God-Breathed —where you'll personally experience a life transformed by the One who spoke everything into existence, including you. Brand-new from Josh McDowell, this life-transforming book will take you on a journey as you come to understand how the living, breathing word of God speaks directly to your life—teaching you the meaning of life, love, relationships, and the joy He originally intended for His beloved children. A bonus section includes full-color photographs of McDowell's ancient scripture artifacts.
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The End of the World | Reasonable Faith
The key to physical eschatology is the Second Law of Thermodynamics. About the middle of the nineteenth century, several physicists sought to formulate a scientific law that would bring under a general rule all the various irreversible processes encountered in the world. The result of their efforts is now known as the Second Law of Thermodynamics. As first formulated by Clausius, it stated that heat only flows of itself from a point of high temperature toward a point of low temperature; the reverse is never possible without compensation. But heat is only an instance of an even more general tendency toward levelling in nature; the same is true, for example, of gases and electricity. Without this general tendency toward levelling, life would be completely impossible. For example, because of such levelling, the air in the room never suddenly separates into oxygen at one end and nitrogen at the other. It is also why when we step into a bath we may be confident that the water will be pleasantly warm instead of frozen at one end and boiling at the other. It is easy to see why life would not be possible in a world where the Second Law of Thermodynamics did not hold.
The ‘Gospel’ That Almost Killed Me
Over the course of the next six months, this man indoctrinates me with the prosperity gospel. Just a few months earlier, I'd never even opened a Bible. I have no idea I'm being given arsenic in my Kool-Aid. I take it all. I believe it all. I know it's true. It has to be. It's all right here in Scripture. Look, she touched the hem of his garment and was healed. Look, Jesus couldn't heal them because they didn't have enough faith. Look, all throughout the Old Testament you see curses for sins and blessings for righteousness. Prosperity for the good, pain for the bad. It's so plain. So obvious.But stuff isn't making sense. I'm still without a job. I can't pay my rent. My mom isn't getting saved, and I keep getting cold sores. None of these things should be happening. There must be sin hidden somewhere in my heart.
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‘No Regrets, No Retreat’: A Dispatch from China
How has light spread so expansively across this massive country? “No Regrets, No Retreat” shows us: one little light at a time. Back in 1865, Taylor recruited ordinary people to his mission—even physically broken ones like George Stott. When asked why he’d dare go to China since he only had one leg, Stott replied, “I don’t see those with two legs going.” At one point the camera pans to a photo collage published by China Inland Mission in 1888. The faces of these men and women—these new recruits—stare back, their gaze fixed on eternity. Many, if not most, gave their lives to reaching China. Keesee reminds us that these men and women were simply followers of Christ with a big view of the gospel, willing to go and lay down their lives to reach souls a half a world away.
Renewing Your Mind | God Makes it All Happen | May 6, 2015
At the same time God certainly does not ignore evil as though it did not exist; nor is he powerless to deal conclusively with it. The action he has already taken, sovereignly and decisively, for the eradication of evil from his creation is the sending of his Son into the world to partake of our human nature, so that "through death he might destroy him who has the power of death, that is, the devil, and deliver all those who through fear of death were subject to lifelong bondage" (Heb. 2:14f.). This is the intervention of God, for, as St. Paul explains, God was in Christ reconciling the world to himself (II Cor. 5:19). The divine sovereignty is evident, moreover, in the fact that in this reconciling work the initiative belongs entirely to God. The prior love of God for his creation is the sole foundation for its redemption (John 3:16). To quote St. Paul again: "God shows his love for us in that while we were yet sinners Christ died for us" (Rom. 5:8); or as St. John says: "In this is love, not that we loved God but that he loved us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins" (I John 4:10).
'A.D. The Bible Continues': Insult and Injury
And somewhere in the middle of all that, the miniseries gave us an utterly dynamic portrayal of Stephen, the Hellenistic Jewish Christian who also became the Church's first martyr. With his charismatic preaching, his heartbroken indignation at being put on trial before the Sanhedrin, and his forgiveness of the men who facilitated his death—including his former friend Saul— A.D. gave us a Stephen to remember.
North Korean Defector Who Spent 28 Years in Prison Camp Details Hunger, Torture, and Cannibalism in the DPRK
Organized by the United States and South Korea, the event took place at the U.N.'s New York City headquarters and featured testimonies on human rights abuses in the DPRK from Hye-Sook as well as two other North Korean defectors. With help from a translator, Hye-Sook detailed her harrowing experience, which started when she was captured alongside her family at just 13 years old for reasons withheld from her at the time.
Is Parental Discipline a Black-and-White Issue?
I don’t deny that some situations call for harsher correction than others. But when race and class become the factors defining acceptable methods of parental discipline, I worry that people begin to see certain children as deserving harsher punishment and somehow less valuable than children in other circumstances. (I wonder: If the video had shown a father hitting a daughter, or a white father hitting his black son, would the response have been the same?)
10 Suggestions for Raising Godly Children - Ron Edmondson
1. Involve your kids in your ministry. Now that doesn't mean that the kids have to be little pastors if you are a pastor. But I take this cue from identifying someone who would make a good spouse. The principle is that you should find someone whose ministerial inclinations are compatible with your own. As Christians we need to be involved in ministering in some capacity. Ministry doesn't apply only to the "hired professional help" that characterize the way many churchgoers think of their pastors. In fact, their job is to equip everyone else to be ministers. So when you marry, you need to find someone who is compatible. That is, you need to be able to fulfill your ministerial compulsions without pulling apart the marriage. For me and my wife, we have been involved in missions as well as Child Evangelism Fellowship. So we have dragged our kids with us to the mission field and helped them fit their gifts in with ours in fulfilling the mission. This gives them a place and teaches them how to fit in with a body of believers in using their gifts effectively. This works so well that my oldest son led my youngest son to Christ.
Protecting Your Ministry from Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Lawsuits
I am in agreement that religious institutions should not be subject to governmental penalties if they refuse to compromise their beliefs. I have not heard of anyone suing a restaurant over their “no shoes, no shirt, no service” policy, or the “we reserve the right to refuse service to anyone” statement. I think you’ll find that these recent events were test cases; these gay couples were looking for someone to refuse them service, so they could nail them. It was rumored that the couple involved in the bakery case passed over several gay-friendly bakeries to pick out one who would refuse to serve them on religious grounds.
Paul Helm debates William Lane Craig on Calvinism and Molinism on Unbelievable
Always find this debate very interesting, although I would very much like to see a debate on this subject between William Lane Craig and James White. White has made some very forceful comments on this subject of late and I would very much like to see the two interacting in a formal debate setting. I have great respect for both men, who are both very persuasive debaters in their own distinctive ways; I think if any debate could help to clarify both positions in the Molinism/Calvinism dispute it would be this one.
Southern Baptist Church, Mayor Vow to Rebuild $16 Million Senior Center Razed During Baltimore Riots
Southern Baptist Church Pastor Donte Hickman Sr., building developers and Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake vowed Monday to rebuild a $16 million senior center that was burned to the ground in East Baltimore last week during riots sparked by the death of 25-year-old Freddie Gray.